Researchers have developed a method that determines the structure of foodstuffs at a molecular level with the help of tiny fluorescent beads. With the methods, scientists can determine and optimize the structure of meat substitutes.
This article was published on June 4 in Resource, the magazine of Wageningen University & Research.
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