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Sensor Applications in Food and Agriculture: Identity, Quality, and Safety (247th ACS National Meeting & Expo)

  • 16 Mar 2014
  • 20 Mar 2014
  • Dallas, TX, USA

Purpose of Symposium

Rapid measurement, whether for composition, identity, quality or contamination is essential in food and agriculture. Sensor technology is rapidly advancing with significant new developments in sensors arrays, e-nose, e-tongue, nano-enabled sensors, labs-on-chips, biosensors, atmospheric mass spectrometers and others. 

Suggested Topics

  • E-nose, e-tongue developments
  • Biosensors for feed food and agriculture
  • Rapid pathogen and toxin detection
  • Rapid compositional analysis
  • Rapid grading systems
  • Identity tagging and tracing
  • Sensors and array developments
  • Remote field sensors systems
  • Future developments

For further information (e.g. abstract submission)

have a look at the announcement or

contact the organizers

Brian Guthrie, Cargill, 2301 Crosby Road, Wayzata, MN 55391; Brian_Guthrie@cargill.com; 952 742 3983

 

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