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The Science of Dishwashing

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Automatic dishwashers, invented over 100 years ago, have become a common item in many households around the world. The mechanisms involved in the cleaning of foodstuffs are often poorly- if at all- understood. This results in high water, energy and chemical consumption during cleaning. This applies not only to dishwashers, but also to large scale production of foodstuffs. This talk discusses the ways that a greater understanding of how to clean help overcome these problems.

This talk is part of the Darwin College Science Seminars series.

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