Event
BINC’s Summer School ‘From gut to brain: how our microbiome influences our emotions and behaviours’

Biostime Institute for nutrition and care is proud to have sponsored an international summer school entitled ‘From gut to brain: how our microbiome influences our emotions and behaviours’, co-organised by the Micalis Institute (INRAE, AGroParis-Tech, Paris-Saclay University) and the Brain Cognition and Brain Disease Institute (Chinese Academy of Science). The gut-brain axis is a cutting-edge […]

Webinar
DHA and ARA infant feeding: How they came to be regarded as conditionally essential?

Join our webinar “DHA and ARA infant feeding: How they came to be regarded as conditionally essential?”In this webinar Professor Tom Brenna, will explain long-chain PUFA docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and arachidonic acid (ARA) roles in infant nutrition, showcasing the major studies outcomes in this topic.   Watch the webinar

Expert's interview
The effect of the microbiota-Gut-brain axis on mood and behaviour by Prof. Sylvie Rabot

The gut-brain axis is a cutting-edge topic that refers to the liaison between cognitive and emotional centres in the brain and intestinal functions. Several early studies have shown that stress can perturb the composition of the microbiota which can affect behaviour, gene expression in the brain and the development of the nervous system.In this webinar, […]

Infographic
How does the brain develop?

Publication
The Milk Fat Globule Membrane: MFGM

Explore the Milk Fat Globule Membrane: MFGM The milk fat globule membrane or MFGM is a naturally occurring membrane that surrounds and stabilizes milk fat droplets secreted into human milk.Learn more about this membrane which has been demonstrated to play key nutritional and functional roles for the developing infant.