Biostime Institute of Nutrition and Care (BINC) is a non-profit research organization, that focuses on the research of nutrition, care and psychology, and continues to be committed to improving maternal and child health globally. BINC currently has two world class laboratories in Guangzhou China. BINC has authoritative experts such as academic advisors, and multi-disciplinary research teams with state-of-the-art research platforms. Cooperating with domestic and overseas academic societies, universities, institutes, hospitals and innovative enterprises, BINC conducts scientific research and regularly hosts academic activities such as seminars and expert interviews. In addition, BINC also offers research funding and scholarships to promote scientific research in the fields of maternal and child health.
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BINC Geneva is a Europe-based research foundation and platform for international scientific expertise and exchange on infant and maternal health focusing on five research areas: Microbiota, allergy, infant brand development, child nutrition and obesity, women's healthy around pregnancy. BINC Geneva stimulates research and provides financial support for innovative research projects from scientists based in universities, hosipital and other academic institutions. Through these efforts and channels, BINC Geneva also communicate evidence-based information, news and health solutions to empower healthcare professionals as well as parents for informed decisions during the crucial first year of their child's life.
Swisse has partnered with the Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) under a long-term Strategic Science Program for scientific validation and innovation, which also includes research projects with other local and global institutes.
CSIRO is Australia’s national research agency with the core objective of making a positive impact on people’s lives through science and research. Part of the strategy of Swisse’s partnership with CSIRO is to have our products independently tested in investigator-run clinical trials, translating research opportunities into commercial activities and investigating new opportunities and innovations through the supply chain.
Swisse and Swinburne University collaborate on a number of translational research projects, which focus on the cognitive and mood effects of natural products, nutritional supplements and other nutritional interventions.
Swinburne University’s Centre for Human Psychopharmacology has previously conducted clinical trials to examine the subjective experience of taking Swisse Ultivite multivitamins.