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Paper-based biodegradable and eco-friendly sensor for sensing the food status

Eco-friendly and biodegradable electronics that is fitting the worldwide ‘Green New Deal’ trend, big contribution is expected not only in daily life but food industry


The research group led by Prof. Seung Hwan Ko, in Dept. of Mechanical Engineering in Seoul National University, developed the technology for sensing food temperature and freshness, based on laser-induced graphene on eco-friendly and biodegradable commercial paper. Recently, environment and food ...


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Chung-Ang University study reveals sustainable business solutions for food cold chains

Researchers provide a set of critical success factors for mitigating the recent challenges faced by the food cold chains in China


The agricultural food cold chain (AFCC) is an important player in the food-supply industry. It ensures safe and efficient food distribution with minimal wastage- from the farm to table. This is achieved by storing food at optimum temperature and humidity conditions to maintain its quality. In ...


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Producing ethylene from food waste without greenhouse gas emissions

Technology developed to remove and overcome toxic hydrogen sulfide from the production process. Great help expected for domestic chemical companies to achieve carbon neutrality


The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST, President Dr. Yoon, Seok-Jin) announced that a research team led by Dr. Jeong-Myeong Ha of the Clean Energy Research Center developed a process technology and catalyst for removing hydrogen sulfide, a toxic substance, during the process of ...


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