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Breaking Down Proteins to Build Food Waste Solutions
Amino acid analysis helps scientists open the door to new food opportunities for healthier and more environmentally friendly food production.
Breaking Down Proteins to Build Food Waste Solutions
Breaking Down Proteins to Build Food Waste Solutions

Amino acid analysis helps scientists open the door to new food opportunities for healthier and more environmentally friendly food production.

Amino acid analysis helps scientists open the door to new food opportunities for healthier and more environmentally friendly food production.

food science

A block of cheddar cheese pictured here with various accompaniments. 
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Industrial bioreactor with scientist in personal protective equipment
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