PathSensors CEO Ted Olsen declined to name the two companies.
The startup, which is based out of the University of Maryland BioPark, creates products that detect pathogens found in food in real-time.
[Ted] Olsen thinks PathSensors’ CANARY (Cellular Analysis and Notification of Antigen Risks and Yields) technology is a good fit for the food industry because it could be used to scan foods for dangerous pathogens that could make people sick. [more]
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