Nu Skin Continues to Demonstrate its Difference in Scientific Innovation
September 17, 2014
Thought leaders from 34 countries around the globe recently gathered for the Society for Free Radical Research (SFRR) in Europe. The SFRR-Europe 2014 Meeting, sponsored by Nu Skin, was held in Paris, France, at the Cordeliers Campus of the University Pierre and Marie Curie on Sept 5-7, 2014.
The scientific conference promoted communication between academics, researchers, clinicians and industry partners who are in the field of free radical research. It provided an opportunity for valuable scientific discussions, new research links and contacts, as well as a cultural taste of Paris through its numerous museums, monuments, galleries and theatres.
“It was an enriching experience to interact with scientists from around the world and share information about the most recent advances in the field,” said Nu Skin Senior Scientist of Global Product Research Angela Mastaloudis. “It’s rewarding to know that Nu Skin values credible science and supports this type of multidisciplinary forum for delegates to share the body of knowledge regarding anti-aging research, while engaging in scientific discussions and initiating new research collaborations.”
Nu Skin sponsored the meeting to promote various fields of study related to anti-aging research. Some of the new data that was presented at the conference was on the benefits of Sulforaphane from broccoli seed extract, an ingredient used in the R2 Night formula.
Nu Skin participates in several conferences like this each year to remain on the cutting edge of innovation in anti-aging products.