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Apply to our BINC Grants program 2021!

Biostime Institute for Nutrition and Care (BINC ) stimulates innovation and precompetitive academic research towards maternal and infant health. Every year, BINC research grants provide financial support for innovative research projects from scientists based in high-ranking universities, hospitals and leading academic institutions.The grants are up to 50,000 euros per project for pre-clinical research and up to […]

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5 new selected research projects in 2020

In the framework of the BINC funding program 2020, we are proud to announce that, five new scientific projects were selected for preclinical and clinical research. These researches were selected amongst 84 high-quality projects from scientists based in European universities, hospitals or leading academic institutions. Microbiota Waligora-Dupriet, A.J. (Université de Paris). Impact of preterm microbiota on the […]

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BINC at FASEB international Research Conference

BINC sponsored the FASEB international Science Research Conference held in West Palm Beach Florida from 21 to 26 July in presence of the leading scientific experts in the human milk research. Key science players representing academic, clinical, industrial, and government organizations shared the latest research and scientific outputs around The Origins and Benefits of Biologically […]

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World of Microbiome Conference: Understanding the secret of the microbiome

BINC was proud to be a sponsor at the World of Microbiome: Pregnancy & Infancy Conference (WoMPBI 2019) in Milan, from 31 October to 2 November. This congress brought together world-class science to 400 participants, mostly KOLs and healthcare professionals, experts in microbiology immunology, neonatology and pediatrics. In this event, BINC team highlighted our scientific […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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BINC funding programme 2019: An award ceremony in Geneva

  BINC was very proud to bestow 5 scientific research grants to awardees from leading Universities, Hospitals and Academic Institutes (University of Bern, INRA, INSERM, Institut Pasteur and University of Indiana) – for projects that will run for two years. The selected projects will address key BINC scientific areas: microbiota, infant brain development, child nutrition […]

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ESPGHAN: BINC Geneva organised a science symposium

ESPGHAN 2019: BINC Geneva organised the science symposiumHuman microbiota shift: consequences and opportunities

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Nutrition and microbiota: 4th symposium in Geneva

How integrated are gut microbiota to clinical outcomes? Can prebiotics and probiotics modulate gut microbiota? What is the role of gut microbiota in the treatment of cancers?