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The Innovation Day has contributed anchoring Actigenomics in an official context in the Canton of Vaud and opened ways to new collaborations abroad

Actigenomics’ taking part in the Innovation Day in Singapore on October 1st came out as a success! “The event marked a important step for Actigenomics as a recognized actor of the economic development of the Canton de Vaud” stated Actigenomics’ CSO Prof. Walter Wahli. In particular, his talk on the fast growing crossroads between nutrition …Read More

Actigenomics as an example of well-implanted biotechnology company bridging Switzerland and Singapore – Innovation Day

The government of the Canton of Vaud, in cooperation with the Embassy of Switzerland is implementing an economic mission in Singapore, under the lead of Minister of Economy and Sport Mr. Philippe Leuba. In the frame of this mission, an event called Innovation Day is going to take place on October 1st in Singapore, for …Read More

Actigenomics’ CSO W. Wahli speaks about his career and shares his thoughts for the future of nutrition in a special interview

Read an exclusive interview of Actigenomics’ Chief Scientific Officer Walter Wahli. The interview was published last February in International Innovation, in an issue specially dedicated to the topic of “ The human lifespan – Extending Healthy Life Via Multidisciplinary Research”. The award-winning animal biologist talks about his carrier and shares his vision of the role that …Read More

Prof Wahli appointed Visiting Professor at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine in Singapore

The Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine in Singapore (LKC Medicine), a joint medical school by Imperial College London and Nanyang Technological University, has appointed an eminent group of Visiting Professors to instigate strategic research programs in areas of metabolism, radiochemistry and simulation technologies. Actigenomic’s Co-founder and CSO, Prof Walter Wahli, also Professor of Biology …Read More

Prof. Wahli chaired at the NUCE International 2012 event in Milan

In the frame of the International Nutraceutical, Cosmeceutical, Functional Food & Drinks and Health Ingredient Trade Exhibition (NUCE) held in Milan between September 25th and 27th, Prof. Wahli chaired a scientific session entitled “Omics approaches in nutraceutical science”. At the occasion, Prof. Wahli held a talk on the beneficial effects of the active nutrigenomic ingredient …Read More

Action in Rwanda on track !

The Actigenomics Foundation’s first action, to be carried out on malnourished children in Rwanda, has now started. In reaction to the disastrous consequences of denutrition-mediated impaired immunity in children, the Foundation has developed a micronutritional reinforcement project, in order to propose an efficient nutritional and economical answer to this major problem in children’s growth. The …Read More

Founding of the Actigenomics Foundation

In order to demonstrate the usefulness of nutrigenomic-based micronutritional supplementation in public health issues on a large scale, The Actigenomics Foundation was created in early 2012. Aim of The Actigenomics Foundation is, in a first step, to develop and implement applications of functional micronutrition and nutrigenomics for the benefit of underprivileged populations. In a second …Read More