Mibelle Biochemistry designs and develops unique, high-quality active ingredients for the cosmetics industry, based on natural substances and high scientific expertise.
This independent business unit within the Mibelle Group was founded in 1995 by Dr Fred Zülli in Buchs, Switzerland.
In a short period of time, Mibelle Biochemistry has built an excellent reputation worldwide as a creator of innovative active ingredient concepts and a true expert in the fields of biotechnology and biochemistry. Its wide range of active ingredients is available in over 50 countries worldwide.
Our slogan "Inspired by nature - Realized by science" reflects our philosophy.
Our experts transform natural plant compounds into bioactive cosmetic ingredients. Our R&D team uses encapsulation technologies that guarantee optimal bioavailability and thus ensure maximum effectiveness of the active ingredients.
Commitment to sustainable development is at the heart of our business and continues to grow.
Visio-Conference Biomim'SCOPE, BIOMIMÉTISME ... & COSMÉTIQUE - Review of trends, news and prospects, and presentation of the latest bio-inspired innovations by Mibelle. With Vincent Briffaut, Sales Director France, and Stéphane Poigny, R&D Director France, Mibelle Biochemistry France.
BIOTECHNOLOGIES AND BIO-INSPIRATION OR THE FUTURE OF THE COSMETIC REVOLUTION. Vincent Briffaut interviewed by Nicolas Doze on BFM BUSINESS.
Several species or organisms are astonishing and incredible in their ability to regenerate themselves, to stop/slow down their development. They are a source of inspiration in the fight against cell degeneration, ageing and loss of muscle mass.
MYCOPHYTO was co-founded in 2017 by Justine LIPUMA, a doctor in microbiology, and Christine PONCET, an agricultural engineer. Spin off INRAE (INRA) and UCA (Université Côte d'Azur), it has received more than 12 awards since its creation.
MYCOPHYTO is to develop, produce and propose to agricultural professionals effective biological solutions by adapting scientific knowledge concerning mycorrhizal symbiosis.
MYCOPHYTO, an INRAE and UCA spin-off, integrates the latest knowledge from life sciences and technological innovations. The start-up has patented solutions for the implementation of native arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMFs) in crops to recreate sustainable natural synergies with plant roots.
MYCOPHYTO is based on a dynamic of key players including: world-renowned scientists, joint research structures, technical and training institutes and farmer ambassadors.
The Bio-inspired Chemistry and Ecological Innovations laboratory, known as ChimEco, brings together researchers and engineers from the CNRS and a teacher-researcher from the University of Montpellier. As its activities are highly valued by industry, half of the researchers are financed by industrial contracts. The ChimEco laboratory is located in the Cap Delta business centre in the Montpellier agglomeration, in the heart of the Euromedicine park biopole.
The ambitions of the ChimEco laboratory are to develop an interdisciplinary approach to global ecology as a vector for sustainable development.
The unusual combination of phytotechnologies adapted to pollution, the ecological rehabilitation of degraded sites and the valorisation of these processes by an innovative and bio-inspired green chemistry, ecocatalysis, must contribute to the development of the current scientific, economic and environmental priorities of ecological innovation.
Claude Grison's speech at Biomim'expo 2017 :
The film Nature=Future:
TEDx 2015 :
Klorane Botanical Foundation - Mint, a plant that cleanses water:
At Johnson & Johnson, we believe good health is the foundation of vibrant lives, thriving communities and forward progress. That's why for more than 130 years, we have aimed to keep people well at every age and every stage of life. Today, as the world's largest and most broadly based healthcare company, we are committed to using our reach and size for good. We strive to improve access and affordability, create healthier communities, and put a healthy mind, body and environment within reach of everyone, everywhere.
Every day, our more than 130,000 employees across the world are blending heart, science and ingenuity to profoundly change the trajectory of health for humanity.
Aspiring Toward a Healthier World
We aspire to improve health in all we do and everywhere we go. Citizenship and sustainability have long been engrained in our culture, built on a foundational belief that a healthier planet offers benefits to human health.To ensure we live up to our commitments, we have a long legacy of goal setting, having established the first public goals in 1990. Our newly named Johnson & Johnson Health for Humanity 2020 Goals expanded how we think about health and we have sought out new ways to make everyone, everywhere, healthier.
We ensure people have access to better care around the world, make the places we live, work and play healthier by using fewer resources, and team up with partners and employees to further advance our culture of health and well-being.
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