E-Coli - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock



With heightened concern about E-Coli, researchers may have a detection solution at hand. 

Drexel University Chemical Engineers have developed a handheld device that can identify as few as four cells of a biohazard. The electronic meter will hold replaceable sensors, sort of like glucose test strips. Once the sensor touches a solid or liquid, the cantilever vibrates. The device reads the frequency of the vibration to determine whether E-Coli is present.          

The device is expected to be available to the food industry sometime next year.                        

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