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New cancer research presented in Miami

The latest research on Maritech® fucoidan and colon cancer was presented earlier this year month at The Society of Integrative Oncology 13th International Conference in the USA. Read more

Wild Tasmanian Undaria harvest

It is spring here in Tasmania and the perfect time of year to harvest our wild Undaria pinnatifida seaweed. This seaweed, native to Japan, was first identified in Tasmania in 1988 and now grows in pockets of the island’s pristine east coast. Read more

Marinova presents cancer research at Vitafoods Europe

Vitafoods Europe is a global nutraceutical event that was held this year in Geneva, Switzerland, from the 10th – 12th May. Marinova’s Business Development Manager, Mr Kevin Krail, had the pleasure of presenting Marinova’s latest research on fucoidan and cancer at the event, displayed on one of forty scientific posters that were showcased. Read more

Maritech® ingredients feature in Personal Care Magazine

Marinova has undertaken extensive clinical and in vitro research on its two specialty cosmetic ingredients, Maritech® Bright and Maritech® Reverse, confirming an impressive range of beneficial properties. Many of these research findings feature in the latest editions of Personal Care Magazine (Asia Pacific, March 2016 and Europe, April 2016). Read more

Marinova to attend Natural Products Expo West in March

Marinova is pleased to announce that its Business Development Manager, Mr Kevin Krail, and Marketing & Communications Officer, Ms Tess Oddie, will be attending the Natural Products Expo West trade show in the United States in March. Read more

Winner of the 2015 Marinova Science Prize

It is with great pleasure to announce Sylvia Gralak as the winner of this year’s Marinova Science Prize. Miss Gralak received an outstanding ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank) score of 97.7 – an exceptional score that ranked her in the top 10% of all students in Tasmania. Read more

Press Release: Treatment hope for peptic ulcers

Fucoidan, a unique seaweed extract, shows promise for the treatment of Helicobacter pylori-related diseases and gastric cancer, according to new research undertaken at the University of Western Australia. Read more

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