For Immediate Release: Thursday, September 26, 2013
EDMONTON, Canada, and BIRMINGHAM, United Kingdom – Sept. 26, 2013 – We are pleased to announce the re-launch of MetaboNews: a newsletter published in partnership between The Metabolomics Innovation Centre and the international Metabolomics Society, to include additional news, information, and advertising for the global metabolomics community. MetaboNews now represents the one-stop-shop for the very latest and most critical news about the science of metabolomics.
Since August 2011 The Metabolomics Innovation Centre has published the newsletter, MetaboNews (http://www.metabonews.ca), which keeps metabolomics researchers and other professionals informed about new technologies, software, databases, events, job postings, conferences, training opportunities, interviews, publications, awards, and other newsworthy items concerning metabolomics.
About The Metabolomics Society
The Metabolomics Society is an international, non-profit organization bringing together researchers from around the world interested in and excited about the development and application of metabolomics technologies across the full breadth of biological and biomedical sciences. Metabolomics is perhaps the youngest of the 'omics sciences in the post-genomics era. It aims to investigate the roles and functions of metabolites in biological, biochemical, and physiological processes. The Metabolomics Society was founded in 2004 and has since grown into a global community with almost a thousand members. This growth has been driven in part through the successes of its annual international conference, the increasing impact of its journal Metabolomics and its growing Individual and Corporate member benefits. To support this ongoing growth and to keep its members up-to-date with the latest news, publications, and events, the Board of Directors has forged a new partnership with The Metabolomics Innovation Centre, the publishers of MetaboNews. For additional information about the Metabolomics Society, please visit http://www.metabolomicssociety.org.
About The Metabolomics Innovation Centre
The Metabolomics Innovation Centre (TMIC) is a nationally funded core facility in Canada that has a unique combination of infrastructure and personnel to perform a wide range of cutting-edge metabolomic studies for clinical trials research, biomedical studies, bioproduct studies, nutrient profiling and environmental testing. TMIC is led by Dr. David Wishart (University of Alberta), Dr. Christoph Borchers (University of Victoria), Dr. Liang Li (University of Alberta), and Dr. James Harynuk (University of Alberta). For additional information about TMIC, please visit http://www.metabolomicscentre.ca.
Wishart, Director, The Metabolomics Innovation Centre
Mark R. Viant,
President of the Metabolomics Society