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analytica China 2020 concludes successfully

More than 1,000 new products point to future trends

24-Nov-2020

analytica China 2020 came to a successful conclusion on November 18, 2020 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. The show brought together 1,009 exhibitors (2018: 950) and 112 represented companies and partners. 23,652 professional visitors attended. With six exhibition halls, eight ...

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Listeria protein provides a CRISPR 'kill switch'

The protein AcrVIA1 instantly stopped the CRISPR editing process

15-Jul-2020

A single protein derived from a common strain of bacteria found in the soil will offer scientists a more precise way to edit RNA. The protein, called AcrVIA1, can halt the CRISPR-Cas13 editing process, according to new research from Cornell, Rockefeller University and the Memorial Sloan Kettering ...

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Biofilms - an invisible threat to food safety

Hotspots for biofilms

08-Jul-2020

Biofilms are potential sources of contamination in the food industry. A recent study by the FFoQSI Competence Center at the Vetmeduni Vienna investigated where they hide and what bacteria can be found in them. Biofilms can cause additional costs in production and are a source of danger to ...

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Machine learning to identify source of Salmonella

Quick identification of animal source key to stopping foodborne illness outbreaks

13-Feb-2019

A team of scientists led by researchers at the University of Georgia Center for Food Safety in Griffin has developed a machine-learning approach that could lead to quicker identification of the animal source of certain Salmonella outbreaks. In the research, Xiangyu Deng and his colleagues used ...

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Electric shocks used to kill bacteria

Electric fields destroy Listeria without damaging nutrients

25-Oct-2018

Low temperatures and an acidic environment create the ideal conditions for applying an effective method of inactivating Listeria (and other germs) in the processing of whey protein solutions – without destroying valuable nutrients. A team from the University of Natural Resources and Life ...

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From exposomics to phytotoxins: Safe foodstuffs in the focus of analytica 2018

21-Mar-2018

What substances occurring naturally in foodstuffs jeopardize our health? How do pollutants affect our genetic material? Is baking paper a cause for concern? Such questions from the food sciences will be in the focus of the leading trade fair analytica and the accompanying analytica conference, ...

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How Salmonella 'die' at low temperatures

08-Feb-2018

The most economical way to kill bacteria that cause common food-borne illnesses -- mostly caused by Salmonella enterica -- is heat, but, the mechanisms that kill Salmonella at lower temperatures were not fully understood until now, according to a team of researchers. Bacteria can develop ways to ...

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Biotage acquires Horizon Technology

Strengthens position in environmental and food safety

08-Dec-2017

Biotage AB has entered into an agreement to acquire all outstanding shares in the privately held company Horizon Technology, Inc. (Horizon) based in New Hampshire, US, at a purchase price of approx. USD 18.4 million, corresponding to approx. SEK 153 million, based on an enterprise value of ...

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analytica China 2018: Bigger and new layout

14-Aug-2017

Asia’s leading trade show for analysis, lab technology and biotechnology, analytica China, will open again at Hall E1 to E4, Shanghai New International Expo Center from October 31 to November 2, 2018. The exhibition is a spin-off of analytica in Germany—the leading international fair for ...

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New sensors could enable more affordable detection of pollution and diseases

23-Jun-2017

When it comes to testing for cancer, environmental pollution and food contaminants, traditional sensors can help. The challenges are that they often are bulky, expensive, non-intuitive and complicated. Now, one team reports in ACS Sensors that portable pressure-based detectors coupled with ...

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