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Can genotypic data change the face of skin care?

Can genotypic data change the face of skin care?

By Deanna Utroske

Olay’s latest research on consumer genetics has uncovered data that will help the skin care company develop next-generation products aimed at making skin appear ageless.  

Croda claims 'breathrough' active tackles senescence aging process

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Croda claims 'breathrough' active tackles senescence aging process

By Michelle Yeomans

Scientists at Sederma & IRB have been working on ‘Senestem’, an ingredient that fades the signs of senescence (the body's natural process of deterioration with age) with a method they are describing as  'breakthrough', by targeting...

Antarctic cyanobacteria. (Credit: Institute of Botany, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)

Tricking biological clock could boost microalgae production

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

A group of scientists have discovered a way to trick algae's biological clock to remain in its daytime setting, which dramatically boosts the amount of valuable compounds that the marine plants can produce when they are grown in constant light.

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