Although you may sniff meat to see if it’s still OK to eat, doing so is a very subjective method of detecting spoilage, as it’s dependent on the sensitivity of your sense of smell. With that in mind, scientists have now developed a more objective alternative, in the form of a gas sensor that communicates with your smartphone.
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