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)[…]
This prestigious prize is given annually by the “E. Naef Foundation for in vitro research” (FENRIV), established in 1998. The foundation assists researchers investigating scientific means for restricting the use of vivisection and generally promotes in vitro research. Our team has been awarded for its work on the development of a novel in vitro technologyRead more about Nagi Bioscience wins the Egon Naef Award 2017[…]
The EPFL website and the Swiss French Radio (RTS) have covered the publication of our last scientific paper. The article was published in Molecular Neurodegeneration and shows data about the in vivo analysis of the long-term dynamics of protein aggregation in C. elegans at unprecedented resolution.