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Coating Prevents Bacteria from Growing, Minimizes Food Contamination

09:29 EDT 30 Jul 2018 | Laboratory Equipment

Researchers examined a simple and effective way to minimize cross contamination that can lead to food-borne disease.
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University of Toronto, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
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