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Data Loggers for Cold Chain Monitoring

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Cold Chain Monitoring

Cold Chain refers to the storage, shipping, and distribution of products that need to be kept in a temperature controlled environment. An unbroken cold chain helps ensure the freshness and quality of the goods. Cold chain monitoring is a common practice in the pharmaceutical and food industries, where the products are particularly sensitive to temperature fluctuations. MadgeTech’s cold chain data loggers can assist in validating that products are stored and transported within regulated temperatures.

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Did you know that only 10% of the world's perishable food is refrigerated? It may come as a surprise, but the refrigerated trucks and cold storage warehouses ubiquitous in post-industrial developed countries are not the norm in the developing world, where much of global hunger occurs. A study funded by air conditioning and refrigeration giant Carrier suggests that expanding cold chain technology in these countries will benefit farmers, consumers, and the planet.

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On October 15, more than 150 countries meeting in Rwanda agreed to phase out hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), gases frequently used in refrigerators, air conditioning units and insulating foams. This measure, aimed at fighting global climate change, has scientists racing to find an energy-efficient, cost-effective alternative.

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How far would you go to make sure your unborn child was born healthy? That's the latest argument after a baby, now six-months-old, was born in Mexico using a new fertility technique involving both parents and DNA from a donor woman. The technique is causing a divide among medical professionals, while some say it could help other families with genetic disorders, critics says it's irresponsible and unethical.

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