The Future of Foodomics
Right now, we can only see small pieces of the colossal picture entitled “Food and Health”.
Alejandro Cifuentes |
When I was contacted by the editor of this magazine (Rich Whitworth), with an invitation to write an opinion article on something close to my heart, my first impulse was to decline yet another annoying demand for my time. I must admit that I was close to telling him that he should better ask for an article from any of the 100 colleagues whose work was recognized by The Analytical Scientist’s “Power List” (I was not included in that list!). However, I realized that, while the decision to create a Power List without my name was clearly not too clever, his proposal about writing on the future of foodomics was quite logical. I suddenly felt motivated.
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