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Computomics at Food System Microbiomes

Computomics is excited to attend the Food System Microbiomes 2024 International Conference in Torino, Italy, from 14-17 May 2024.

There is increasing interest in food system’s microbiomes. Microbiomes are highly important to achieve sustainable primary production, to increase food quality and safety, to maintain food production and ultimately, they are of key relevance for human and animal health. In this conference the role of food system’s microbiomes for burning issues like the fertilizer crisis, animal welfare, antibiotic resistance, food quality, circularity and dietary transition will be discussed.

Computomics provides Metagenomics Data Analysis Solutions providing unparalleled support in areas such food safety, food microbe tracking from farm to fork, microbial digital twin, and food bioreactor monitoring. Our technology plays a vital role in pathogen tracking and detection throughout the food production chain, from raw materials to final products. We deliver comprehensive, actionable microbiome insights through an easy-to-understand interface.

Join us at Food System Microbiomes and connect with Sascha to learn more about our food safety solutions.

Reach out to Sascha at to schedule your 1:1 meeting today.

Sascha Patz, Bioinformatics Software Developer

We look forward to connecting with you in Torino and exploring how we can drive forward together towards a safer, more sustainable food system.

Session recommendation:

Wednesday, May 15, 14:40
“The pros and cons of tracking the microbial contamination in infant food processing chain through amplicon sequencing and metagenomics”
within session 5 “Food systems microbiomes and epidemics”
by Christian Botta, University of Torino

The conference program is available here.

Computomics supports the project Safe Food for Infants in China and the EU (SAFFI) funded by European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.

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