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Food Genomes & Food Safety
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Food Genomes & Food Safety

In more than two-thirds of cases arising from food-borne illnesses, the cause of the illness is never identified. However, the Food and Drug Administration has recently been using whole genome sequencing to track down the pathogens responsible for tainted foods in an effort to thwart outbreaks. Researchers at IBM Research and Mars Incorporated are also undergoing a project to … Continue reading

Ari Rosenson
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Ari Rosenson

Ari Rosenson began his culinary career at 16 working at Spago West Hollywood, eventually working his way up to executive sous-chef at Spago Beverly Hills. He is now executive chef at CUT Beverly Hills, where he is dedicated to serving the best meats and farmers market vegetables. His dishes are inspired by the simplicity of Italian cuisines. … Continue reading

Legendary Coconuts & Hydration Myths
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Legendary Coconuts & Hydration Myths

Thenghu chathikkilla is an old adage in Malayalam which translates to, “a coconut tree won’t let you down.” Well, meet the double coconut tree (Lodoicea maldivica), which bears the largest seed known to science (25 kg), can live up to 1000 years, and (according to legend) can confer immunity against poisons. The problem is, there’s only one double coconut tree … Continue reading