The latest in food safety: The use of genomics and big data

Despite significant concerns about food safety and collective efforts to improve it, food contamination by common pathogens such as salmonella, Escherichia coli, and campillobacter is actually on the rise. The statistics are staggering: last year in the United States alone, the Centers for Diseas...

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