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Aston University to develop new applications of optical frequency technology to benefit telecommunications and the food industry

£1.6m awarded to Aston University to develop new optical frequency technology. Project will target applications of new technology such as food industry, agri-tech and telecommunications

14-Jan-2022

Aston University is heading up a European collaboration that will explore new optical frequency comb (OFC) technology and its applications in various areas including telecommunications and thefoodindustry. An OFC is a particular kind of light which acts as an ultra-precise optical ruler which ...

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Hahn-Schickard and Endress+Hauser found joint venture Endress+Hauser BioSense

26-Jul-2021

Securing the food supply is the explicit goal of the joint venture between Endress+Hauser and Hahn-Schickard. To this end the two partners have now founded the company Endress+Hauser BioSense GmbH. Its aim is to make rapid on-site molecular analyses possible, which can be used, for example, to ...

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UN Food Systems Summit

Huhtamaki welcomes discussions around food waste, safety and accessibility

11-Jun-2021

Taking place in September, the UN Food Systems Summit aims to launch further actions in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We believe sustainable food systems are a key component of sustainability, not only in terms of the climate impact, but also on a social level. And food ...

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Scientists discover five new species of listeria, improving food safety

21-May-2021

While examining the prevalence of listeria in agricultural soil throughout the U.S., Cornell University food scientists have stumbled upon five previously unknown and novel relatives of the bacteria. The discovery, researchers said, will help food facilities identify potential growth niches that ...

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Rice Plant Resists Arsenic

Chinese-German research team discovers plant variant that largely neutralises the toxin

04-Mar-2021

The agricultural cultivation of the staple food of rice harbours the risk of possible contamination with arsenic that can reach the grains following uptake by the roots. In their investigation of over 4,000 variants of rice, a Chinese-German research team under the direction of Prof. Dr Rüdiger ...

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Hard on germs in hard seltzer

13-Jan-2021

Hard seltzer is already firmly established as a popular, trendy drink in the USA. The alcoholic sparkling water is now sweeping through Europe and the rest of the world. Target-group-oriented marketing concepts and online campaigns have seen this new drink segment set annual growth records in ...

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If you eat mussels, you eat microplastics

Bayreuth study: the most consumed species of mussels contain microplastics all around the world

18-Dec-2020

"If you eat mussels, you eat microplastics." This was already known to a limited extent about mussels from individual ocean regions. A new study by the University of Bayreuth, led by Prof. Dr. Christian Laforsch, reveals that this claim holds true globally. The Bayreuth team investigated the ...

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Coca-Cola transitions to 100% recycled plastic packaging in Netherlands and Norway

06-Nov-2020

Coca-Cola is the first company in the Netherlands and Norway to bottle its entire portfolio of locally produced beverage brands in 100% recycled polyethylene terephthalate (rPET) packaging in support of the company’s global World Without Waste strategy. Both markets transitioned all small plastic ...

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Velcro-like food sensor detects spoilage and contamination

Color-changing array of silk microneedles could help stem outbreaks and avoid food waste.

15-Sep-2020

MIT engineers have designed a Velcro-like food sensor, made from an array of silk microneedles, that pierces through plastic packaging to sample food for signs of spoilage and bacterial contamination. The sensor’s microneedles are molded from a solution of edible proteins found in silk cocoons, ...

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Back on the menu

After steep declines, US foodservice industry set to rebound to pre-pandemic levels by 2023

30-Jul-2020

The latest research from Mintel, the expert in what consumers want and why, shows that after several years of growth, the foodservice industry is expected to decline by up to 30% from 2019-2020, following nationwide dine-in bans/restrictions, restaurant closures, job losses, and lowered consumer ...

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