Biosensor to cut wine, food and water result times

A biosensor currently in development could revolutionise the way wine, food and water is tested, according to researchers.

The biosensor, being developed at Monash University, gives immediate test results as opposed to the long waits from laboratories. It also offers a big plus as it is transportable.

Adelaide company CleanFutures AquaSens has received funding from Bio Innovation SA to do more testing of the technology and to finalise prototypes.

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