New Computer Program to safeguard food manufacturing from pathogens

A new computer program developed by Cornell university scientists, promises to clear food production facilities pathogen free in the near future. The program known as EnABLe, would provide stimulated environments to managers to help them identify most likely contaminated places on their facility. Pathogen Listeria monocytogens are quite rare but infect more than 1,600 people in the US each year. This program alerts food managers of areas with large bacteria