High-Resolution Scale

Measures up to 250 lb ±0.01 lb; Detects a Single Bite of Food

At the M.I.T. Nutrition & Food Science Instrumentation Laboratory, a scheme that is straightforward in concept but exacting in execution has resulted in the development of a scale that is both accurate (needing no calibration long-term) and able to measure small increments of weight gain or loss (such as intake of food or loss of water through perspiration). Read full article



James Williams