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OU space expertise applied to detect counterfeit whisky

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OU space science expertise is being used to detect counterfeit whiskies posing as Scotch Whisky. Led by Dr Geraint Morgan, from the OU’s School of Physical Sciences, the project is part of the national SPRINT programme, which allows the Scotch Whisky Research Institute access to funded expertise and technology in the Space Instrumentation Discipline at the OU.

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