Neil Mermelstein

Neil H. Mermelstein

Electronic noses and tongues are being increasingly used in the food and beverage industries. First proposed for the detection and classification of odors in 1982, they have now reached the point where they are even visible to the ordinary consumer via inclusion in such television programs as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, where forensic scientists are using them to help solve crimes.

A researcher uses the Astree electronic nose.

E-noses and e-tongues are being used in the laboratory to develop new foods, beverages, and pharmaceuticals and …

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Neil Mermelstein