Posted 10th January 2022 by Nicholas Noakes
It was clear that microbiome companies have been advancing their programs as rapidly as ever, despite the changes brought about by the global pandemic. Service providers—including drug manufacturing organizations—have been busy during the past year, as they continue actively helping diagnostics and therapeutics companies find solutions to advance their products.
Posted 7th September 2021 by Nicholas Noakes
There has been a rapid acceleration of skin microbiome research. Today about 5% of all microbiome clinical studies and 16% of all probiotic products online are dermatology related. Meanwhile, skin probiotics are growing eight times faster than any other probiotic supplement. In clinical cosmetic studies, the microbiome is the fourth largest category.
Posted 26th February 2020 by Joshua Sewell
The vast majority of human-related microbiology focuses on bacteria – the human bacteriome. Frequently, the term “microbiome” is incorrectly confused with “bacteriome”. Advances in DNA sequencing and culturomics have opened the door on the human “mycobiome”, expanding interest beyond bacteria into fungal effects on multiple facets of human health.
Posted 10th February 2020 by Liv Sewell
Ahead of the Microbiome and Probiotics R&D and Business Collaboration Forum, Dr Monty Lyman takes us on a journey through the last decade of ground-breaking skin microbiome research, and peers ahead into the next.
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 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 12th July 2019 by Jane Williams
Numerous skincare brands incorporate lysates in their formulas. However, few brands are able to harness live and active bacteria in addition to the lysates. Neither is an easy task when it comes to formulation however, we can all acknowledge and appreciate the difficulty in working with live probiotics. So, what are the benefits and is this extra challenge worth the effort?