Agriculture, Food and Beverage

This smart strip can tell you if your food is safe to eat or not

The sensor’s microneedles are molded from a solution of edible proteins found in silk cocoons. Image: Unsplash

Jennifer Chu

Guest Contributor, MIT News

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