Change is increasingly beginning to seem like the only constant. There’s the ever-rotating millennial tastes replacing those of the steadfast boomers. There’s my always updating Apple’s iOS, forcing me to upgrade from an iPhone 7 to an iPhone X. Star Trek, which predicted so many of these new disruptive technologies, also predicted the next-generational nomenclature when it replaced Captain Kirk with Piccard.
In the world of food microbiology, the change of the day is next-generation sequencing (NGS). What does it all mean, and how will it impact our dairy culture future?