Decoding wrinkles: A journey following the Northern Lights

Decoding wrinkles: A journey following the Northern Lights

17 April 2018, 16:10 - 16:40

Technical Seminars Theatre 1

Under the Northern Lights’ skies, a marine microorganism was found during an expedition in international waters near Greenland. Northern Lights are also known as polar lights or Aurora Borealis, drawing a mantle of light from green to violet reflecting the northern sky in its waters. Discovered at 2,700m depth, Lipotrue will present a new marine-derived anti-aging ingredient from its Marine bio-research platform.

Lipotrue in collaboration with research institutes has a vast collection of microorganisms for an unlimited source of new active ingredients. Unique species from the ocean’s depths and sea breeze, to the marine cnidarians and onshore halophyte plants.


  • Silvia Pastor


    Business Development Manager


    Dr. Pastor takes part in the development of LipoTrue, a fast growing and high technological company of active ingredients, involving a team of...

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