USA: Purdue centre aims to prevent, detect food contamination
In an effort to protect the US food supply from biological and chemical contaminants, Purdue University and US Department of Agriculture engineers and food scientists have teamed up to develop faster, more exact ways to detect possibly deadly substances. With research grants and a partnership with the USDA's Agricultural Research Service, Purdue has launched the Center for Food Safety Engineering focused on developing methods to find, identify and eradicate microbes or chemicals.
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