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 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 24th June 2019 by Joshua Sewell
Following the Skin Microbiome & Cosmeceuticals Congress: Europe, we have made the following presentation slides from Richard Andrews, Ingmar Claes, Marie Drago & Maya Ivanjesku available.
Posted 13th March 2019 by Joshua Sewell
The BioMillenia technology platform is based on microfluidics, a technology platform widely used in life sciences, but not necessarily in microbiology. There are some commercial developments of the technology, for example NGS or dPCR platforms, but it’s a very new application in the field of microbiology.
Posted 20th March 2018 by Jane Williams
In the last installment, Kit Wallen-Russell explains why JooMo distances itself from probiotics, how third wave cosmetics can revolutionise skin health, and why biodiversity is so important to ensure perfect, healthy skin.
Posted 12th March 2018 by Jane Williams
“When it comes to healthy skin, microbial biodiversity is everything – that was the conclusion of my first published paper on the skin microbiome.” (Wallen-Russell, 2017)
Posted 26th May 2017 by Jane Williams
Everywhere you look, evidence points to the role of microbiomes in health. Since initial research on gut microbiota, focus has expanded to other sites of the human body. In particular, the skin microbiome has received much attention.
Here, we provide 3 sets of presentation slides centred around skin flora.