Foodomics Awards’ Winners







Clementine Le Boucher

“First mass spectrometry metabolic fingerprinting of bacterial metabolism in a model cheese”


Eri Muto

“Immunomodulatory effects of phenolic compounds from extra-virgin olive oil on intestinal epithelial cell”


Wiley Awards’ Winners







Frances Smith

“Assessment of the nutritional components and bioaccessibility of CHANCE ham via in vitro digestion and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy”



2013 "FoodOmics, the science for discovering"

International Conference

on FoodOmics

3rd Edition



MAY 22-24, 2013

Contatore siti

CHANCE A European project for Low cost technologies and traditional ingredients for the production of affordable, nutritionally correct foods improving health in population groups at risk of poverty.

INFOGEST aims at building an open international network of institutes undertaking multidisciplinary basic research on food digestion gathering scientists from different origins (food scientists, gut physiologists, nutritionists…).


Photos by: Gianfranco Picone

PATHWAY-27 pivotal assessment of the effects of bioactives on health and wellbeing. from human genoma to food industry.


2nd International Conference on



A science for nutrition, health and wellness in the post-genomic era

Cesena (Italy),

June 22-24, 2011

1st International Conference on



A science for nutrition, health and wellness in the post-genomic era

Cesena (Italy),

May 28-29, 2009

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a new comprehensive approach to food and nutrition


Francesco Capozzi and

Alessandra Bordoni


In the past 20 years, the scientific community has faced a great development in different fields due to the development of high-throughput, omics technologies. Starting from the four major types of omics measurements (genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics), a variety of omicssubdisciplines (epigenomics, lipidomics, interactomics, metallomics, diseasomics, etc.) has emerged.


Thanks to the omics approach, researchers are now facing the possibility of connecting food components, foods, the diet, the individual, the health, and the diseases, but this broad vision needs not only the application of advanced technologies, but mainly the ability of looking at the problem with a different approach, a “foodomics approach”. 


Foodomics is the comprehensive, high-throughput approach for the exploitation of food science in the light of an improvement of human nutrition. Foodomics is a new approach to food and nutrition that studies the food domain as a whole with the nutrition domain to reach the main objective, the optimization of human health and well-being […].


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