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Pathogens in Floodwater Research Funded in Part by the ILSI North America Food Microbiology Committee

October 1, 2020

ILSI North America supported research

“More than 75% of the samples yielded genetically diverse strains of Arcobacter, which were all found to be the emerging pathogen Arcobacter butzleri.

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ILSI’s Open Science Framework Collection is Growing

August 4, 2020

Center for Open Science Blog Post.

As part of our ongoing commitment to uphold transparent practices and maintain the accessibility of research outputs, ILSI North America has partnered with the Center for Open Science to launch the ILSI North America Collection.

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Solving Food Pathogen Outbreaks and Recalls

July 21, 2020

Wendelyn Jones, PhD, in Food Safety Magazine.

"It’s a consultant’s cliché that you can’t manage what you don’t measure, but when it comes to leafy greens and pathogens, there is a strong element of truth to it."

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Why We Should Elevate Credible Science

June 22, 2020

Wendelyn Jones, PhD, in Food Dive.

“Initially, research-driven ideas are tentative, but as they cycle through the process of science again and again — and are tested and retested in different ways — our confidence in them increases.”

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The Conundrum of Academic Publishing

June 13, 2020

Lesley Evans Ogden, PhD, in BioScience.

“Alison Kretser, director of science programs at ILSI North America . . . concurs that academic publishing business models can take steps to strengthen scientific integrity.”

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INSIGHT: Rigorous Science Should Quell Skepticism of Virus Experts

May 15, 2020

Wendelyn Jones, PhD, in Bloomberg News.

“Scientific methods are the only way to understand the causes of disease and possible medical or governmental interventions to address health concerns.”

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Nutrition Researchers Say There is Nothing to Eat to Protect Against Covid-19

May 12, 2020

ILSI North America in Newswise.

Experts convened by ILSI Global addressed the latest research on nutrition and immunity and concluded that nothing you can eat or take will help fend off the virus.

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Dietitians Anticipate New Era of 'Personalized Nutrition’ Based on Emerging Science

April 14, 2020

ILSI North America in Newswise.

Registered dietitian nutritionists are preparing to leverage powerful new science on their patients’ individual genetic, metabolic and other characteristics to enhance nutrition care.

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Tech Has Made it Easier to Fake Scientific Results. Is a Cultural Shift Required to Fix the Problem?

January 25, 2020

Bhavya Singh, in Salon.

“One of the organizations looking for solutions to this growing issue of scientific misconduct is the International Life Sciences Institute.”

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