Life Sciences Research Office (LSRO) Publishes monograph, The Role of Innovation and Technology in Meeting Individual Nutrition Needs, In Journal of Nutrition

BETHESDA, MD -- (February 15, 2010) – The Life Sciences Research Office (LSRO) today announced the publication of the proceedings of the workshop,“The Role of Innovation and Technology in Meeting Individual Nutrition Needs”, in the February, 2010 issue of the Journal of Nutrition. The workshop was co-organized by the National Center for Food Safety and Technology (NCFST) and the Food and Drug Administration and brought together individuals from academia, government, and industry to discuss the challenges confronting personalized nutrition and health and approaches to surmount these challenges using innovations in food and information technology, as well as to outline a research agenda for the recently developed Health Promoting Foods research platform at NCFST. The proceedings of the workshop were co-authored by Dr. Kara Lewis, LSRO, and Dr. Britt Burton-Freeman, NCFST.

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For more than 45 years, the Life Sciences Research Office, Inc. (LSRO) has provided expert scientific evaluation, advice and services to the government and private sectors. Highly regarded for its distinctive approach, the suburban Washington, DC-based LSRO taps the knowledge of the scientific community to direct global leaders to intelligent, science-based decisions. LSRO offers a flexible portfolio of services and publications that are timely, accurate and unbiased. To learn more about LSRO and to see a complete list of LSRO’s articles, reports, conferences and workshops visit HTTP://WWW.LSRO.ORG/.


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