Erwan Le Gélébart

Microbiota Interactions With Laminariales Gametophytes, Impact On Phytochemistry Erwan Le Gélébart 1 , Erwan Jourdan 1 , Maëva Menguy 1 , Julien Fouilland 1 , Esther Causin 1 , Rémi Laville 1 1 BiotechMarine, Innovation Direction, Z.I.. – B.P. 72 – 22260 Pontrieux – France Macroalgae surface is a highly competitive environment as it provides …

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Philippe Michon

Can the sea be part of the future of packaging ? Philippe Michon is co-founder with Philippe Lavoisier in 2016  of the company Eranova.   Eranova hold patents for bio based products sourced from stranded green algae.  The company is the 2017 PIA ADEME and is installing its facilities near Marseille for production of generation 3 …

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Emmanuelle GASTALDI

Overview of current methodologies and standards for assessing plastic biodegradation Associate Professor  Joint Research Unit Agro-polymers Engineering and Emerging Technologies – UMR 1208 IATE Campus INRA SupAgro Montpellier  The increasing pollution of aquatic and terrestrial environments by plastics has driven discussions on the potential of using biodegradable instead of conventional, nonbiodegradable plastics to alleviate this environmental …

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Jean François Sassi

State of the art and recent advances in algae production processes for high-end applications The production of microalgae in Europe is currently limited to a few small industries, mainly for the nutrition and cosmetic markets. This sector is ripe for further expansion. However, creating economically viable and sustainable methods of growing large quantities of microalgae …

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Carys L. Mitchelmore

UV filters and coral reefs : state of the science, data gaps and next step Professor, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory,  University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science,  Maryland, USA

Marc Leonard

DVM (Dr. Veterinary Medicine). Dir. Dpt. Senior Research Associate. L’Oréal Research & Innovation. Environmental Research Department Marine and fresh water impact assessment of cosmetic products Cosmetics and personal care products (CPCP) are most frequently used in the bathroom. After rinsing they flow down the drain where they mix with wastewaters. In industrialized countries they are directed to sewage treatment plants, …

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Sascha Pawlowski

Development of standardised toxicity tests on corals for marine safety assessment of UV-filters and other cosmetic ingredientsAjoutez votre titre ici Current Position: Department of Product Safety, Regulatory Ecotoxicology, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany focusing on the environmental safety of cosmetic ingredients, pharmaceuticals, biocides, food and feed additives. Career: Until 2002: University of Heidelberg, studies of biology; …

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Denis Allemand

Cnidarians, original models for the cosmetic field Denis Allemand is Scientific Director of the Scientific Center of Monaco (CSM) and Professor of University. He obtained his doctorate in 1986 at the University of Montpellier II (France) in Pharmacological sciences and Endocrinology. His main field of research concerns the physiology of marine organisms, mainly sea urchins …

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Florence Ruggiero

Collagens from the sea Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon, ENS de Lyon, UMR CNRS 5242, University of Lyon, 46 Allée d’Italie, 69364 Lyon cedex 07, France Collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in multicellular organisms. Collagen is a Greek word that literally means “a protein that generates glue”. However, collagen is no …

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