DOHaD Melbourne 2019: Investing in a Healthy Future for All

BINC was one of the sponsors of DOHaD (Development Origin of Health and Disease) conference held from 20 to 23rd October 2019, in Melbourne. BINC areas of expertise and research grants towards infant health were introduced to Congress during which   1000 clinical researchers and healthcare professionals addressed the many challenges that currently impact the health […]

Could breast milk set the child on a path with no allergy?

“Could breast milk set the child on a path with no allergy? Insight from translational research”: a webinar by Professor Valerie Verhasselt. Discover the most recent evidence on the influence of breast milk on long-term immune health.Prebiotics, probiotics, varied antimicrobials molecules, have all the potential to shape the composition and function of the establishing gut […]

H&H Global Research abstracts

We would like to present the four H&H Global Research team abstracts that should have been presented in the scope of the 6th World Congress of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition in Copenhagen, from 3 to 6 June 2020. Great work from the H&H Global Research team in Moorepark and Guangzhou. Topical Area: Nutrition/infant feeding […]

Biostime Institute for Nutrition and care: New partnerships

BINC is proud to be a new member of two leading professional organizations: Swiss Foundations and ISAPP (International Scientific Association of Probiotics and Prebiotics). Founded in 2001 on the initiative of eleven foundations, SwissFoundations is an active network dedicated to innovation. It promotes the sharing of experience, transparency and professionalism in the Swiss foundation sector. […]

Experts interviews

What could be the impact of pre and post-natal depression on women’s health? What is the role of probiotics in early life? How do Human milk Oligosaccharides play a crucial part in early nutrition? What is behind infants’ allergies? All these questions will be addressed in our new webserie EXPERTS INTERVIEW, in which health world […]

The synergetic effect of synbiotics

Synbiotics are combinations of prebiotics and probiotics that synergistically promote health such as gastrointestinal health, through direct and indirect interaction between probiotic, prebiotic and host. Learn more with the video

Apply to our Grants programme 2020

Biostime Institute for Nutrition and Care (BINC) in Geneva stimulates innovation and pre-competitive academic research towards maternal and infant health, with emphasis on nutrition, care, and psychology. Every year, BINC research grants provide financial support for innovative research projects from scientists based in high-ranking universities, hospitals or leading academic institutions. The grants are up to […]

Webinar the importance of human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) in newborn and infant nutrition and health

Join the Webinar on HMOs: The frontier of infant nutrition and health Learn about the importance of human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) in newborn and infant nutrition and health with Professor Ardythe Morrow. Watch the webinar

Maternal health

Influence of postpartum depression and probiotic treatment on maternal brain serotonin and caregiving behaviors. A Research by Dr. Jodi Pawluski (Rennes, France) and Dr. Joseph Lonstein (Michigan State University, USA) Postpartum depression (PPD) is a very common, but poorly understood, disorder that negatively affects more than 15% of the millions of recently parturient women worldwide. […]

The Milk Fat Globule Membrane: MFGM

Explore the Milk Fat Globule Membrane: MFGM