BINC Geneva is a not-for-profit organization, part of the Health & Happiness group: The global premium family nutrition and wellness provider.
Founded in 2017, the Institute is strategically located in Geneva, at the Campus Biotech’s Innovation Park, joining a cluster of biotechnology and life science organizations.
Our aim is to foster international research and collaboration and promote advocacy amongst the scientific community in the fields of infant and maternal nutrition and care.
We are committed to promoting research and developing comprehensive health solutions through our research partnership programme.
Each year we fund grant applications from leading universities, hospitals and academics institutions conducting clinical and pre-clinical research projects.
We stimulate innovation and cultivate expertise through the organization and sponsorship of world class scientific conferences and symposia.
The Scientific Advisory Committee provides scientific advice to help the Foundation to achieve its purpose and is composed of leading experts in the focus areas of the Foundation.
We provide an international platform to stimulate scientific collaborations and technology translation in life sciences within a European and international research and healthcare network to improve the understanding of maternal and infant health solutions.
We advocate communication among key opinion leaders, health care professionals and the public with a common interest in maternal and infant nutrition and care.
Through our communication platform, we provide health care professionals with scientific information and resources to convey knowledge and understanding in our 4 areas of expertise : mother and child nutrition, biotics and microbiome health, brain development, immunity and allergy.
Located in Geneva, Biostime Institute for Nutrition and Care is a foundation governed by Swiss law. The foundation is under the supervision of the Federal Authority of Swiss Foundations.
Meet our Foundation Board, the supreme governing body of the BINC, whose role is to define and drive the foundation’s strategic plans, general objectives and to carry out its supervisory functions.