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Film-like sensor shows when fresh fish is spoiling

The new sensor works simply by placing the sensor film over the fish or other food.

TOKYO -- A research team at Yamagata University has developed a freshness sensor in the form of a plastic film that can detect when fish and meats have begun to spoil.

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