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Scientists develop cellulose nanofiber material as alternative to petroleum-based plastics; process to make material, medical molds uses nanofibers, multilayer hydrogel in various orientations, can also include sodium alginate, nanoclay: Osaka University

Japanese researchers developed a way to embed unobtrusive edible tags inside food that can be read without having to first destroy the food; original experiments of interiqr were on cookies with QR code tags 3D printed out of cookie

Study finds rats prefer a later-consumed flavor over an earlier-consumed flavor in multi-flavored meal paired with oral glucose, corn oil; researchers say study may be a rodent model to explain humans' biased preferences for 'dessert' foods

Tech vs. Trees: Innovative process could lead to wood-based semiconductors, Montreal to implement opt-in system for print circulars, paper-based test helps farmers detect fecal contamination

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