Scientists at USF develop sensor that identifies fish samples

Scientists at USF develop sensor that identifies fish samples

Scientists at USF develop sensor that identifies fish samples

The fishing industry is rife with fishy practices. As the most traded food product in the world, seafood creates plenty of opportunities for illicit activities—from mislabeling the country of origin and catching fish illegally to passing one species off as another. But scientists at the University of South Florida’s College of Marine Science have developed something that could keep the industry more honest: a device that sniffs out seafood fraud.

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