The $5.2 million, 17,500-square-foot expansion will enable implementation of new "high-tech" procedures and expedite food safety and quality management. In addition, training capacity will more than double. New DNA-based technology, for example, will enable the microbiology department to differentiate microbial strains according to genetic composition.
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