NEWBURY PARK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Electronic Sensor Technology (EST), a leading provider of instruments for Security and Environmental applications, has received an order from the University of Georgia to be used for testing the storage and spoilage of salmon. zNose® instruments have been shown to detect ethanol which reflects the degree of bacterial decomposition in salmon
"We are very excited with this order, for it opens up a new market for EST’s zNose in the research laboratory of the universities" said Dr. Teong Lim, President and CEO of EST.
More information on the use of zNose® for enhancing Salmon safety can be obtained by clicking the following link:
About Electronic Sensor Technology:
Founded in 1995, Electronic Sensor Technology has developed and patented a chemical vapor analysis process. We believe that the Company's product line is positioned to eliminate key vulnerabilities in the homeland security market, specifically in maritime port, airport and border security applications.
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