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Episode 285: How technology can create better breath for our pets

A University of Arizona researcher is solving the problem of bad dog breath.

AZSCI 285 Better Breath Pets Hero New invention gives dogs minty fresh breath.
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How technology can create better breath for our pets

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Plant sciences professor Eric Lyons spoke with Tim Swindle of the University of Arizona Space Institute.

A University of Arizona researcher is solving the problem of bad dog breath by chemically changing the bacteria inside an animal's mouth. Plant sciences professor Eric Lyons explains how test results encouraged his team to think about expanding its invention to include other pets.

Eric Lyons spoke with Tim Swindle of the University of Arizona Space Institute.

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