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Rapid Methods and Automation in Microbiology is a dynamic field in applied microbiology dealing with
improved microbiological methods and applications to obtain valuable information about microbial
numbers and kinds in water, food, air, medical, industrial, and other samples to determine the potential positive
and maybe negative influence of microbial activities in the analyzed samples.
This presentation traces the early developments of the field from improving conventional methods by
miniaturization, automation, mechanization, and ingenious procedures to obtain microbiological, immunological,
biochemical, and related technologies to rapidly obtain valuable information so that researchers and scientists
can make important decisions to use the data for positive disposition of the results for the betterment of the
microbiological decisions at hand.
The presentation will conclude with presentation of the trends of national and international Food
Microbiology ?2008-2013 testing on Industrial Microbiology Market, Number of Tests and Market Values,
Review of Organisms tested, Pathogen Tests by Microorganisms, and Microbiological Tests in USA as well as
inother Geographic Regions.
The author?s ten point predictions of Microbiological testing made in 1995 will be reviewed and up-dated in
the context of 2012 utilizations.
Daniel Y. C. Fung received his Ph.D. from Iowa State University in 1969 and started his career as an Assistant Professor of
Microbiology at Pennsylvania State University. He then moved to Kansas State University in 1978 and advanced to Full Professor
in 1985 in Food Science and Animal Sciences and Industry where he performed research and teaching. He has about 800
publications to his credit and he won numerous national and international awards due to his research achievements as well as
leadership in the general field of Food Science and Applied microbiology.
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