We’re Good … Really
A group of proteomics researchers and industry executives has launched a campaign to bolster the perception of proteomics and fire up the proteomics community about the future of the field.
Will Dracup, one of the founders of the Fixing Proteomics Campaign and CEO of Nonlinear Dynamics, said it began as a way to restore credibility to the proteomics field, which he said has been under question from funding agencies and drug firms for not living up to its potential.

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