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To ready you for RAFA 2019, we find out what’s hot in food analysis with Michel Nielen, Hans-Gerd Janssen and Chris Elliott.
Michel Nielen, Hans-Gerd Janssen, Chris Elliott | | Longer Read
The Ultimate Foodies
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Between holding a special chair for analytical chemistry at Wageningen University, having acted as president for the Dutch Society of Mass Spectrometry and playing the role of principal scientist for WFSR, Michel Nielen has held many prestigious positions. Today, having been cited over 8,000 times for his work in numerous analytical technologies, Michel acts as both an executive board member for TI-COAST (a Dutch public-private analytics body) and coordinator of the EU Marie Curie Innovative Training Network FoodSmartphone, a PhD program focused on the research and development of handheld food analyzers. The production of such handheld devices represents a primary research focus for Nielen, who believes they will improve food safety by facilitating the collation of geographically tagged food quality data by stakeholders throughout the food chain, including consumers.
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