Monthly Archives: September 2019

Can Blockchain Enhance Food Safety in Hospitals?

Hospital patient looks at her unappetizing hospital meal.

In the past, we have written about contamination control in healthcare facilities and hospitals from a point of view of the environmental hazards that inevitably stem from the congregation of of sickened individuals and their interaction with their healthy caregivers. We’ve looked at ways in which developing technologies can be leveraged to maintain a clean […]

Corn Chips, Cheesy Cheetos, and Contamination Control..Oh My

Cheetos open bag

In the past few articles, we’ve brought you news of a whole host of new, future foods for human consumption – from the farming of camels for milk to the lure of chocolate as a functional food to the cellular agriculture of insect protein. And one theme that has remained constant in these articles has […]