Aggregation Induced Emission: Using New Luminescent Materials for Food Safety Monitoring
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Nelson Leung is a researcher at the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research | MMS.

                       

Aggregation Induced Emission: Using New Luminescent Materials for Food Safety Monitoring

In 2016, the world shipped over USD 220 billion of meats and seafood. Naturally, ensuring the quality and safety of these foods is a major concern for everyone in the supply chain, from the food suppliers to consumers to government agencies. In particular, monitoring the vast amounts of food can easily become a logistical nightmare. Currently, time-temperature indicators (TTIs) have been in the market for monitoring food transportation. TTIs can indicate if the food was exposed to elevated temperatures during...

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