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DIALOGUE

Web Extra: Food Safety and Biomedical Research

  • Aired: 03/22/2012
  • 10:01
  • Rating: TV-G
On this Dialogue Web Extra host Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with microbiologist and INBRE director Carolyn Hovde Bohach. INBRE builds the state’s biomedical research capacity and supports educators in elementary schools though graduate school. Bohach also comments on the safety of “pink slime” or lean beef trimmings and answers viewers questions about food safety.
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