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Milk product tracking methods developed

John Kerr posted in on November 14th, 2012.

Kiwi scientists have developed a clever way of identifying the origins of milk and milk powder, offering a new tool in the targeting of offshore milk derivatives attempting to brand themselves as New Zealand products. The new technique relies on the fact that not all hydrogen atoms are the same, there are different variants – […]

Dom Post: Capital gets unique carbon-dating machine

Peter Griffin posted in on May 20th, 2010.

Kiran Chug writes in the Dominion Post about GNS’s new $3.4 million accelerator mass spectrometer, which will be used to carbon-date specimens of fossils, rock, or anything else. The mass spectrometer’s results would be used to better understand climate change and could also assist with improved earthquake prediction, as well as, more commercially, dating artefacts. […]

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