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4 11, 2022

MicrobiomeSupport at the FAO Science & Innovation Forum

2022-11-04T13:31:02+01:00News, Uncategorized|

On 12 October 2022, the MicrobiomeSupport consortium organized a side event of the FAO Science and Innovation Forum to present insights on microbiome innovations that can drive food system transformation. The event, [...]

3 10, 2022

MicrobiomeSupport presents the global microbiome research landscape


MicrobiomeSupport presents the output of a major mapping exercise! The mapping exercise identifies how the global microbiome research landscape in food systems and beyond evolved from 2019 to 2021. The study was performed by MicrobiomeSupport [...]

25 08, 2022

Metadata in microbiome research: It’s all about standardization!


With the increased attention to microbiome research in the last decade, we are seeing an explosion in the availability of microbiome data. To date, thousands of microbiome datasets have been stored in public and [...]

12 07, 2022

Microbiome Research as an Effective Driver of Success Stories in Agrifood Systems


How is the increase in microbiome knowledge leading to advances in the Farm-to-Fork strategy? In a paper*, recently published in Frontiers of Microbiology, our partners describe 14 concrete examples of products, methodologies, applications, tools [...]

19 05, 2022

Human Microbiome Action – a new microbiome project coming to live!


May 2021 saw the official launch of the Horizon2020-funded project Human Microbiome Action. Similar to MicrobiomeSupport, this coordination and support action aims to maximise the impact of European microbiome research and innovation by ensuring coherence [...]

2 02, 2022

MicrobiomeSupport meets the EU Parliament, register now!


Microbiome pathways to bio-pesticides, health, soil strategies, animal welfare, circularity, Farm2Fork, biodiversity, sustainable agriculture After a fruitful encounter in May 2021 with the Panel for the Future of Science and Technology at the European Parliament, [...]

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