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Manchester physicists pioneer new super-thin technology
This story announces that physicists at The University of Manchester and The Max-Planck Institute in Germany have created a new kind of a membrane that is only one atom thick -describing it as "a gauze of carbon atoms resembling chicken wire".
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- Antibiotics Eliminated in Hatchery, Perdue Says
The poultry producer’s step was its latest in addressing concerns from consumer and regulators over the effects of animal husbandry practices on antibiotic resistance.
- New Rules Say Poultry Plants Can Conduct Own Checks
Critics are saying the updated regulations would keep chicken-processing lines running too fast, creating conditions for worker injuries and food-safety failures.
- Weak Links in China?s Food Chain
The OSI Group, one of the top meat producers in the United States with more than $6 billion in sales and about 20,000 employees in 17 countries, is enveloped in a food safety scandal in China.
- Briefing: Foster Farms Recalls Chicken Linked to Salmonella
Foster Farms, a California chicken producer, has issued a recall for 170 different chicken products after being linked to an outbreak of an antibiotic-resistant strain of salmonella.
- Pan-Roasted Duck Shows Off a Cherry-Sweet Side
Muscovy duck breast is as easy to cook as steak, and makes for an elegant dinner any night of the week.
- Fried Chicken, in Butter Form
A spread combines seasoned, rendered chicken fat, sweet cream butter and maple syrup.
- An Acidic Wine Calls for Duck and Rhubarb
The rhubarb plays off rosy, meaty duck magret rimmed with creamy fat.
- Inventive Kitchen Mixes Chocolate and Chicken
The creators of Umami Burger are hoping to create yet another new taste at ChocoChicken in Los Angeles.
- American Meat Plants Said to Face Shortages of Inspectors
The shortfalls, linked to slow hiring in a new Agriculture Department program, raise the possibility that contaminated products could reach consumers.
- Chick-fil-A Commits to Stop Sales of Poultry Raised With Antibiotics
The company said that consumer demand prompted the change, and that it did not know whether antibiotic-free chicken would cost consumers more.
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