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A triple win for Science and Cognitive health at SFI Health

SFI Health is one of many credible companies to join forces with The Australian Council Training Centre for Facilitated Advancement of Australia’s Bioactives (FAAB), launched in March 2022. The collaboration will yield exciting outcomes for advancing human health, supporting emerging scientists and strengthening our competitive position in the cognitive health market. Download Full Article Here

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Kooperation des Fachgebiets Chemie der Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen mit der Macquarie University Sydney im „Training Centre for Facilitated Advancement of Australia’s Bioactives”

Bioaktive Substanzen können das Immunsystem stärken und die Gesundheit fördern; sie spielen eine wichtige Rolle bei der Vorbeugung von Krankheiten, etwa Allergien, chronischen Entzündungen oder bestimmten Krebserkrankungen. Chemikerinnen und Chemiker erforschen in internationaler Zusammenarbeit die Potenziale solcher Stoffe, damit das wissenschaftliche Know-how langfristig auch in die industrielle Herstellung neuer bioaktiver Produkte münden kann. Um den […]

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Bioclinic Naturals are excited to announce a ground-breaking 5-year research collaboration with Macquarie University, which will build on the Scobiotic™ novel IP, pertaining to host and microbiome interactions.

The research partnership will focus on restoration of normal microbiomes in gut issues such as IBS, examining and utilising the synergistic effects of the host, the host microbiome and Scobiotics™ (revolutionary, syntrophic mixed cultures of living organisms, prebiotics and substrates) by identifying the best combinations to achieve homeostasis. Macquarie University’s new ARC Training Centre for […]

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ANSTO will be participating in a new Industrial Transformation Training Centre established and funded by the Australia Research Council to advance the use of bioactive ingredients in Australia.

The leader of ANSTO’s Food Materials Science Project, Prof Elliot Gilbert, and the leader of food provenance projects, Dr Debashish Mazumder, are among a large number of investigators who will train and supervise students in the use of techniques to investigate bioactive ingredients. Prof Alison Rogers of Macquarie University will act as Director of The […]

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The Minister for Education and Youth, the Hon. Alan Tudge MP, has announced Macquarie University as a host of a new Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation Training Centre that will help Australia make the most of the growing global market for bioactive ingredients.

Bioactives are chemicals, chemical molecules and microbes found in certain plants and foods that have a biological effect on the body. Some may promote good health or aid in the prevention of cancer or disease, such as the plant sterols commonly added to dairy spreads to reduce cholesterol. It is estimated that 70 per cent […]

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