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We’ve all passed that questionable-looking package of beef in the supermarket. You know, it’s usually the discounted porterhouse steak with an ever-so-slight twinge of brown slowly developing across the center. “Do I risk it?” you ask yourself, while simultaneously forgetting that you have to pick up cat litter and almost ramming into an old lady with your cart.
A new sensor may one day be able to help U.S. supermarkets prevent the loss of produce due to spoilage.
MIT scientists have developed a new dye that could offer noninvasive early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, a discovery that could aid in monitoring the progression of the disease and in studying the efficacy of new treatments to stop it.