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Runner-up for Scientific Initiative Award

Advancing Bacterial Taxonomy with Species-Level Precision through Innovative 16S Amplification Method.

Malta Intellectual Property | 11.12.2023

Dr Christine Podrini (Ph.D) – Senior Researcher at The BioArte Ltd shares the importance of good vaginal microbiome for successful fertilisation to occur.

Dr Podrini was one of the esteemed speakers at the LIFESAVER Project conference in Malta on the 22nd of November 2023.

LifeSaver | 07.12.2023

First of its kind of treatment for dysbiosis associated with acne-prone skin

SkinDuo™ is a unique and innovative product that targets both gastrointestinal health and skin homeostasis. With its real, alive probiotics, it offers a comprehensive solution to imbalanced skin and is a game-changer in the world of skincare.

Cosmetics Business | 14.03.2023

The revolutionary probiotic skin serum that takes a two-pronged approach to address imbalanced skin and gut health

Developed by The BioArte, SkinDuo is the first-ever product to feature real, alive probiotics – not just lysates or ferments – in its formulation. This unique combination of a topical mono-dose serum and a food supplement is designed to address the gut-skin axis, which has been extensively studied and linked to numerous skin diseases, such as acne.

Cosmetics Business | 14.02.2023

Gut Health Meets Skin Care: The BioArte SkinDuo

Welcome to Spotlight with Logan Crawford! Today, we’re excited to bring you a game-changing solution for acne-prone skin. Introducing SkinDuo by BioArte – the unique and natural way to treat your skin. For the first time ever, you can now address the microbial imbalance on your skin with a topical serum and balance out your gut microbiota with an oral food supplement. Joining us today is Manuele Biazzo to give us all the details. Say goodbye to harsh chemicals and hello to nature’s own ability to heal. Don’t miss this revolutionary skincare solution!

The Spotlight Network | 10.02.2023


Season 2 Episode 14

The Malta Chamber | 25.01.2023

Maltese scientists’ research led to the creation of a product that cures skin

A Maltese company research has led to the creation of a new treatment by scientists who found how good microbes produced by the body, when applied on the face, are very effective against acne which affects not only thousands of Maltese, but millions world-wide. | 24.12.2022

Titnieda f’Malta l-ewwel terapija fid-dinja għall-akne li tuża batterja ħajja

Ġiet imnedija f’Malta l-ewwel terapija fid-dinja għall-akne b’batterja ħajja.  Dan huwa r-riżultat ta’ riċerka u żvilupp minn BioArte Limited, mil-laboratorji tagħha fil-Malta Life Sciences Park. | 22.12.2022

Malta-based BioArte Ltd launches first ever dermo-cosmetic product

SkinDuo™ uses a combination of a topical serum and an oral food supplement to treat acne with live bacteria | 16.12.2022

Jitnieda l-ewwel prodott dermokożmetiku minn Malta

SkinDuo™, l-ewwel terapija (topical oral) fid-dinja għall-akne b’batterja ħajja, ġiet imnedija minn Malta, wara riċerka u żvilupp minn BioArte Limited, mil-laboratorji tagħha fil-Malta Life Sciences Park. Il-prodott tnieda mill-Kap Eżekuttiv ta’ BioArte Limited, Dr Manuele Biazzo fil-preżenza tal-Ministru għall-Ambjent, l- Enerġija u l-Intrapriża Miriam Dalli u s-Segretarju Parlamentari għaż-Żgħażagħ, ir-Riċerka u l-Innovazzjoni Keith Azzopardi Tanti. | 15.12.2022

From research to developed product: First ever dermo-cosmetic product launched from Malta

Press release by the Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Enterprise and the Parliamentary Secretariat for Youth, Research and Innovation: From research to developed product: First ever dermo-cosmetic product launched from Malta | 15.12.2022

The BioArte – Providing Comprehensive and Valuable Diagnoses

Top Emerging Next-Generation Sequencing Company in Europe 2022

Life Sciences Review | 05.2022

Discover your microbial self

The BioArte, a one-of-a-kind microbial diagnostics laboratory based at the Life Sciences Park in San Gwann, has developed a gut microbiota test kit to enable individuals to embark on the journey to understand their body on a microbial level.

Josanne Cassar | 25.01.2022

The Malta Independent on Sunday | 30.01.2022

Malta Today | 02.02.2022

How the human microbiota can influence respiratory health

In a review published in Trends in Microbiology, the authors discuss the role of the bacteria and viruses residing in the human gut and respiratory tract as well as their interactions and link to severity of the disease. Profiling the bacteria and viruses residing in the human body could help to diagnose different pathogens and develop new targeted interventions, they say. However, they caution studies that identify bacterial biomarkers of respiratory infections are necessary before moving to investigate the causal relationship between microbes and disease. | 24.01.2022

Alternative Medical Approach Offers Long-Term Solutions To Underlying Health Problems

Did you know that there are millions of little cells living within your own body? It might not be the most pleasant thought, but not only is it a reality, but they’re also essential. When you’ve got the right balance of these microorganisms, you feel great, because they’ve been part of the human body for thousands of years. They’ve evolved with us, and each group of these millions of cells, called microbiota, is as unique as each and every human being hosting them.

gadgets Malta | 10.11.2021

A joint initiative between BioArte Ltd and the Ministry for Education.

The Ministry for Education has received 9,000 bottles of hand sanitisers, donated as part of an initiative by The kENUP Foundation. The sanitisers will be distributed to every educator in Malta. The donation was made in recognition of the sterling work done to ensure access to education in these unprecedented times. It was facilitated through the collaboration of The BioArte Limited.

Newsbook | 15.03.2021

Newsbook | 15.03.2021

Edizione delle 14:00

A local start-up, the Bio Arte Limited, based at the Life Sciences Park in San Ġwann, is currently working on sequencing the Maltese strain of COVID-19 with the collaboration of the Medical Laboratory Services at Saint James Hospital and expects to publish its results internationally by the end of the month.