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   Scientists Uncover The Chemical Mysteries Of Cheese
by Rachel Clun, The Age
Posted: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at 4:18PM EDT

Cheese has been made around the globe for centuries, but research is shedding light on the chemicals that make cheese happen.

Associate Professor Mark Turner, of the University of Queensland’s School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, said one of the molecules they worked was discovered just seven years ago.

“At the moment it's fairly fundamental research: so we know that the bacteria grow in milk, and cheesemaking has been happening for thousands of years, but it's about better understanding how enzymes like these are controlled,” he said.

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