Food Technology

'Food Technology' - 14 Article Result(s)

  • Astronauts Can Now Enjoy Coffee in Space

    The International Space Station will soon get an espresso machine, allowing astronauts to enjoy hot, freshly brewed coffee in space. A pair of Italian companies in cooperation with the Italian Space Agency (ISA) have announced ...

  • Japan's Ever-Traditional Sushi Now Comes With Futuristic Technology

    With its masters required to hone their skills over decades, sushi in Japan is steeped in tradition. But it is also often a high-tech operation where robotic precision steals the limelight from the chef's knife.The ...

  • Now, Your Car Can Run On Coffee

    A cup of coffee can perk you up and keep you going during a long day but did you ever think that it could fuel up your car as well? According to the researchers from ...

  • Space Cuisine: The Final Frontier

    Italys first female astronaut will be dining this Christmas on cutting-edge meal prepared by aerospace engineering firm.

  • Now, A Tool to Detect Contaminated Food

    Fresh food contamination can now be detected much faster and more easily, thanks to an analytical mapping tool developed by the Sandia National Labs' National Infrastructure Simulation and Analysis Centre (NISAC).The new method utilises stochastic ...

  • Now, Apple That Tastes Like a Fizzy Drink

    Imagine biting into an apple that tastes like a fizzy drink. Science has opened up the doors to turn that flight of imagination into reality by creating a new range of  genetically modified apples that ...

  • Soon, Electronic Tongue to Check Food Quality

    According to a latest study published in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, an electronic 'tongue' has been developed which may help in checking the quality of products before they reach the stores near ...

  • Sous Vide: The Chefs' Secret Coming to Your Kitchen

    Chefs have been slow-cooking vacuum-packed food in water baths for years. Now technological advances mean the home cook can use 'sous vide' too. Just don't call it 'boil in the bag'The history of food is ...

  • ?Pop-Up? Pastas to Make Your Dining Experience More Fun

    MIT scientists have developed pop-up foods-flat sheets of edible pastas that sprout into 3D structures when submerged in water, an extremely innovative and advance mechanism that will make your dining experience all the more fun ...

  • Say Hello to 'Tomatan', A Robot That Feeds You Tomatoes

    As the world's electronic companies scramble to set the agenda for wearable devices, one Japanese vegetable juice maker went one better, unveiling a wearable tomato machine.

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