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Our technology will be presented at ILMAC Lausanne 2017

Our technology will be presented at ILMAC Lausanne 2017

We are delighted to announce that our team will pitch the technology developed by Nagi Bioscience during the ILMAC Lausanne exhibition on Thursday, the 5th of October. The first-ever edition of ILMAC LAUSANNE is taking place on October 4 and 5, as the unique exhibition platform for the chemistry and life science community in the French-speaking partRead more about Our technology will be presented at ILMAC Lausanne 2017[…]

We made it to the TOP 500 in the Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge!

We made it to the TOP 500 in the Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge!

We are delighted to announce that Nagi Bioscience has been chosen by Hello Tomorrow as one of the world’s TOP 500 deep-tech startups! Hello Tomorrow is a global not-for-profit organization created by deep tech entrepreneurs, with a mission to empower and connect the most promising deep-tech entreprises across the globe to accelerate the transfer of breakthrough technologies into real worldRead more about We made it to the TOP 500 in the Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge![…]

A collaborative study between the University of Melbourne (Prof. Gasser’s Lab) and the Nagi Bioscience team was published today

A collaborative study between the University of Melbourne (Prof. Gasser’s Lab) and the Nagi Bioscience team was published today

We are happy to announce the release of a new publication in collaboration with the Laboratory of Prof. Robin Gasser from the University of Melbourne. The article issued today in the FASEB Journal shows that deguelin, a plant-derived rotenoid, selectively and potently inhibits motility and development of nematodes, which supports its potential as a lead candidate for drugRead more about A collaborative study between the University of Melbourne (Prof. Gasser’s Lab) and the Nagi Bioscience team was published today[…]

The platform developed by Nagi Bioscience is featured on the website of the Swiss Laboratory Animal Association (SGV)

The platform developed by Nagi Bioscience is featured on the website of the Swiss Laboratory Animal Association (SGV)

In 2015, the project developed by Nagi Bioscience was the first recipient of the SGV 25th Fund.  This fund was created by the SGV board to financially support projects related to the goals of the SGV, that are promotion of the Laboratory Animal Science and the Animal Welfare, and ethical considerations in animal experimentation. Read moreRead more about The platform developed by Nagi Bioscience is featured on the website of the Swiss Laboratory Animal Association (SGV)[…]