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  • 2nd FORMUL'TECH DAY

    2nd FORMUL’TECH DAY

    NOVEMBER 21, 2017

    A full day of scientific lectures on the formulation and evaluation of sun care products. See the program

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  • EVENTS TO COME IN 2017

     
     
    NOVEMBER 21, 2017 : Formul’Tech Day
    on "Formulation and evaluation of sun care products" - in French
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    MARCH 2018 : business meeting
    with the Lyon Chamber of Commerce and Lyon 1 University
     
  • OCTOBER 3, 2017 : 3D Skin tissue engineering day

    In partnership with SFBMEc on "Improvement, preservation and vascularization of 3D skin models - breaking news and application"

    Simultaneous English translation

    Program:

    Pandora’s SkinBox: modulable bioprinted 3D skin models to fast track dermo-cosmetics innovation
    Nico FORRAZ – CTI Biotech

    3D impression technologies for the synthesis of living tissues: feedback and new perspectives
    Christophe MARQUETTE - CNRS / Université de Lyon

    Towards Bioprinting industrialization
    Fabien GUILLEMOT - Poïetis

    Blood and lymphatic microvascularization of a self-assembled human skin substitute
    Laure GIBOT - IPBS-CNRS UMR5089

    Development of a vascularized, innervated and immunocompetent human tissue-engineered skin
    François BERTHOD – Université Laval Département de Chirurgie Faculté de Médecine

    4D Laser Assisted Bioprinted skin equivalent for Cosmetic efficacies evaluation
    Valérie ANDRÉ - BASF Beauty Care Solutions

    3D scaffold free dermopapilla model development and characterization
    Marisa MELONI et Elisa CAVIOLA - VitroScreen

    Predicting human skin responses with ready-to-use NativeSkin ex vivo models
    Emeline PAGÈS – Genoskin

    SkinVasc®: a new in vitro reconstructed vascularized skin model composed of human cells
    Bart DE WEVER – ATERA

    Complexification of in vitro 3D skin models: Sensory aspects and atopic skin
    Michel SALMON - StratiCELL

    Reconstructed human skin models, a step forward with integration of immune and microbiota components
    Christian PELLEVOISIN - Episkin

    See the registration form (62.1 kb)

    See the program (135.9 kb)

  • An interview of Dr Berangere Fromy, CNRS

    An interview of Dr Berangere Fromy, CNRS

    Dr Berangere Fromy, CNRS Research Director in the Laboratory of Tissue Biology and Therapeutic Engineering of Lyon declares that "Changes in the rheological properties of the skin open very promising prospects" to the web magazine Premium Beauty News.

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  • Skinobs : the 1st web platform dedicated to in vivo efficacy cosmetics

    Skinobs.com (http://skinobs.com/index.php?lang=en) is the1st platform dedicated to in human efficacy cosmetics testing. In 2 clicks and for free, Skinobs allows cosmeticians to identify the in vivo efficacy methods and the testing laboratories suitable for any product claim. It is a comprehensive and independent tool which optimizes the development of products in terms of performance, cost, speed, and innovation. R&D managers, formulators, marketers and regulatory authorities in charge of the products or ingredients evaluation will find Skinobs a unique support that answers all their questions about skin testing: what method, what device, what CRO’s...?

    Skinobs. News (http://skinobs.com/news/en/) is the 1st market and technology intelligence tool for cosmetic testing (available from 2015), covering topics linking chemical analysis, toxicology,tolerance, in vitro and in vivo efficacy, use tests and sensory tests.

  • Continuous training in cosmetic regulation

    Continuous training in cosmetic regulation

    Continuous training in French in cosmetic regulation organized in collaboration with the FEBEA (French Federation of Beauty Industry) with a focus on "Risks management and changes mastering linked to a formulation modification : methodology and applications" moderated by Mrs Catherine Bramaud and Mr Jean-Michel Thèvenin. October 4 and 5, 2017

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