Tech sniffs out bad meat

    Press/Media: Research

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    Researchers in the United Kingdom have developed a technology that can identify contaminated meat in seconds using infrared spectroscopy and genomic algorithms. The technology is so fast that it could be used on a production line, the scientists say. The technique incorporates infrared spectroscopy and software algorithms to identify spoiled meat in just 60 seconds, as opposed to the hours it typically takes using current methods.

    Period16 Sep 2005

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    • TitleTech sniffs out bad meat
      Media name/outletWIRED
      Media typePrint
      Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
      Date16/09/05
      DescriptionResearchers in the United Kingdom have developed a technology that can identify contaminated meat in seconds using infrared spectroscopy and genomic algorithms.
      URLhttps://www.wired.com/2005/09/tech-sniffs-out-bad-meat/
      PersonsDavid Ellis