University spinoff tackles contamination

Research by UNC-Greensboro professors Vince Henrich and Parke Rublee is being spun off into Helical Sciences, which aims to commercialize rapid pathogen tests that can be used to check water, food and beverages for bacteria like salmonella and E. coli. CEO Greg Bowers says that reports of food contamination seem like a daily event in the U.S. Report

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