Blue Flower

Cosmetics research - Made in Germany

For us, scientific research is one of the most important factors in our work. Only if we are involved in the research of the latest product and process technologies can we have sustainable competitive advantages. For this reason, we have built up a large network of universities, institutes and other research companies over the years.

Our customers benefit from this research because it enables us to serve you with the most technologically innovative innovations.
 

 

Focus

Research into innovative active ingredients for anti-aging treatment
Processing of natural collagen for cosmetics and medicine.
The use of combinations of active ingredients from Maresomen ©
Effects of certain micro and nano organisms for cosmetic treatment.
Isolation of individual active ingredients and groups of active ingredients for targeted use in treatments.
Link between medicine and cosmetics

 

Our projects for cosmetic research in Germany

 

Clusterproject SUCROLEVAN

Since June 1, 2017, together with our partners - the Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg, the Society for the Promotion of Medical, Bio and Environmental Technologies eV and the Innovent eV - we have the cluster project "Sucrolevan - Production of a high molecular microbial fructose polymer Levan " began.

This research project is also funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research as part of the "New Products for the Bioeconomy" program. The project period is from 2017 to December 2019.

 

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Clusterproject NANOMAR

In a network - which consisted of three researching companies and two institutes - we participated in the "NANOMAR" project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under the initiative "KMU: Innovativ".

The title of this research project is: "Micro- and nanoparticles from marine organisms (Maresome®) in collagen wound dressings to prevent the colonization of multidrug-resistant pathogens (Nanomar) - sub-project: Formulations from Maresomes © and collagen in the laboratory and pilot plant scale".

According to the BMBF, the program "KMU: Innovative" supports top-level research in medium-sized German companies, as it is often a pioneer of technological progress. It is a great confirmation for us that the BMBF assigns this status to our research work on nanoparticles. This project was successfully completed in 2019.

 

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New construction of our high-tech location in Rudolstadt

Our new building in Rudolstadt (completed in February 2014) was funded by the Free State of Thuringia and co-financed by funds from the European Union as part of the European Fund for Regional Development (ERDF) and by federal funds.

Furthermore, this program has already supported artefactum gmbh twice in opening up new markets in foreign countries.

 

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