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Wanted: your ideas for ESA’s future space missions

The 3rd Edition Marketsandmarkets Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics - Virtual Conference, scheduled to be held on 25th and 26th February 2021 will go live to unite global industry attendees on one virtual platform.

M&A review 2021: January’s M&A, licensing, and investment roundup

The 3rd Edition Marketsandmarkets Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics - Virtual Conference, scheduled to be held on 25th and 26th February 2021 will go live to unite global industry attendees on one virtual platform.

3rd Edition Marketsandmarkets Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics Virtual Conference

The 3rd Edition Marketsandmarkets Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics - Virtual Conference, scheduled to be held on 25th and 26th February 2021 will go live to unite global industry attendees on one virtual platform.

Defining postbiotics: ISAPP consensus to set record straight on what postbiotics are … and are not

A new study helps to explain how nerve cells sense the microbes in the gut and how they coordinate their function with other tissues in the digestive tract.

M&A review: November’s M&A, licensing, and investment roundup

A new study helps to explain how nerve cells sense the microbes in the gut and how they coordinate their function with other tissues in the digestive tract.

Microbiome & Artificial Intelligence: The K4I 12th EU Innovation Summit report

A new study helps to explain how nerve cells sense the microbes in the gut and how they coordinate their function with other tissues in the digestive tract.

Microbiome, Big Data & Artificial Intelligence: The Future is now

A new study helps to explain how nerve cells sense the microbes in the gut and how they coordinate their function with other tissues in the digestive tract.

Innovative probiotic solutions in gynecology

We discussed the rationale of probiotics in urogenital female healthcare and after pregnancy with gynaecologist Franco Vicariotto.

M&A review: October’s biggest M&A, licensing, and investments in one place

A new study helps to explain how nerve cells sense the microbes in the gut and how they coordinate their function with other tissues in the digestive tract.

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