Indian Scientist Develops Tiny, Inexpensive Sensor to Detect Spoiled Food

  • Indian scientist has developed a tiny, inexpensive sensor to detect if food is spoiled.
  • Industries typically use much bulkier metres to measure pH levels or how acidic or basic the food is.
  • These metres are not suitable to be included in every package of food to monitor its freshness in real time.


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