New ‘e-tongue’ detects spoiled wine a month faster than humans

New ‘e-tongue’ detects spoiled wine a month faster than humans

PULLMAN, Wash. — It may not look like a human tongue, but a newly developed “e-tongue” still outperforms human senses when it comes to detecting contaminated wine. During the experiment conducted at Washington State University, the strand-like sensory probes of the e-tongue identified signs of microorganisms in white wine within a week of initial contamination. That’s […]

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