Hong Kong-made NANOCHIP to detect harmful substances in food in 30 seconds

BY SILVI WRITER   Researchers of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) have recently developed a low-cost, high precision nanochip which enables more effective and accurate detection of harmful substances in food, contributing to greater protection and improvement in public health. It can detect hazardous substances in food in 30 seconds with Raman spectroscopy, chinanews.com reported citing Chinese-language newspaper Ta Kung Pao. Improving the … Continue reading Hong Kong-made NANOCHIP to detect harmful substances in food in 30 seconds