Posted 8th November 2019 by Joshua Sewell
The effect of sleep on the microbiome of the host has been a topic of interest among researchers for the past several years. Studies have yielded opposing results in how short sleep affects the microbiome. While some showed a significant change in Firmicutes to Bacteroidetes ratio, others found no microbial change following short-term sleep restriction.
Posted 14th October 2019 by Jane Williams
Presented at this year’s Microbiome Series: Europe, these poster presentations are now available to download and share with your colleagues.
Posted 7th October 2019 by Joshua Sewell
The sourcing of natural plant-based compounds is becoming a worldwide bottleneck. The Greenhouse Pharmacy programme of Wageningen University & Research builds new chains between high-tech horticulture and cosmeceutical companies for reliable sourcing of pesticide-free natural plant compounds.
Posted 30th August 2019 by Liv Sewell
NAFLD is the primary contributor to chronic liver disease worldwide with incident rates of 20-30% in western countries and 5-18% in Asia. The discovery of early stage biomarkers for patients with the reversible form of the disease is therefore a research priority. Recent work has shown perturbation of the microbiome and specific microbiome-associated metabolites contribute to the phenotype of NAFLD.
Posted 23rd August 2019 by Jane Williams
The Microbiome & Probiotics Series: Europe is one of the highlights of our calendar year. Kristin Neumann, author & founder of MyMicrobiome was one of our speakers on the cosmeceuticals track and was kind enough to write the following recap of the event, for people who weren’t able to attend this year. You can read the original article here.
Posted 9th August 2019 by Jane Williams
Following the Microbiome R&D & Business Collaboration Forum, we have made the following presentation slides available from Finn Terge Hegge, Angela Sessitsch, Evelina Munukka and Jonathan de Jonge.
Posted 19th July 2019 by Jane Williams
Population increases and patterns of consumption will put pressure on animal protein supply and price over the coming decades. Plant proteins are a viable alternative, but have a lower digestibility then animal proteins.
Posted 15th July 2019 by Joshua Sewell
Following the Microbiome R&D & Business Collaboration Forum, we have made the following presentation slides from Karoline Faust, Dirk Hadrich, Lesley Hoyles & Jos Seegers available.