“Healthtech in progress”
Julien Chlasta, CEO of BioMeca and Oncomeca, participated in “Healthtech in progress” podcast. Discover the full episode by clicking on the button below !
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Article in BrefEco
BioMeca did an interview with the newspaper BrefEco, and talked about the projects for 2022. Read the full article by clicking on the button below !
Article in Le Progrès
BioMeca had the opportunity to do an interview with the newspaper Le Progrès. Read the full interview, about BioMeca’s current objectives and the projects for the upcoming year.
Ex-vivo efficacity screening by BioMeca
A near-reality test assessing skin firmness, discover in this data sheet the application and benefits of the ex-vivo efficacity screening by BioMeca
Author’s article in Expression Cosmétique
Discover «The mechanical signatures of epidermal renewal», an author’s article by BioMeca published in Expression Cosmetique Magazine’s special issue «Beauty Service Providers Guide».
Measuring skin elasticity: A new breakthrough
Gattefossé and BioMeca have collaborated on a new 3D model of microtissue to study in vitro skin elastic properties; Chloé Lorion, Amandine Lopez-Gaydon, Sébastien Bonnet, Anna Drillat, Céline Paillier, Boris Vogelgesang and Nicolas Bechetoille explain more
Gattefossé and BioMeca jointly developed a model of 3D dermal microtissue to study elastic properties in vitro
March 15, 2021
During aging, human skin undergoes profound alterations of its biomechanical properties, and more particularly a loss of elasticity that results in skin sagging. Dermal elastic fibers represent the primary components that support tissue compliance and resilience. But as time goes by, their organization and functionality decline, which makes them a preferred target for cosmetic anti-aging strategies.
Gattefossé and BioMeca team up to develop 3D dermal microtissue
French cosmetic ingredients maker Gattefossé and research and product development firm BioMeca have collaborated to develop a 3D model of dermal microtissue to study elastic properties in vitro.