Scream in Slow-Mo for Slow-Melting Ice Cream

Scream in Slow-Mo for Slow-Melting Ice Cream

Universities of Edinburgh and Dundee's newly discovered protein BsIA will make the cold treat healthier and longer-lasting

Azalea Pena
  • 4 september 2015

To the delight of all ice cream lovers, a new development in the production of commercial ice cream will make everyone scream for more ice cream. Researchers from the Universities of Edinburgh and Dundee discovered a protein that can make slow-melting ice cream. Finally, ice cream you’ll get to finish before it melts in your hands.

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