Abich started and actively promotes collaborations and partnerships with Universities, Research Centres, Organizations and Companies.
Thanks to the collaborations with Universities and Research Centres, Abich exchanges knowledge and competences which bring to life inventions and innovations contributing to the mutual development and innovation, thus laying the basis for further research activities.
Partnerships with Companies allow to meet market needs better and faster, to offer integrated services to customers effectively, and to gain more competitive shares of the national and international markets.
In particular, Abich, together with the Molecular Biotechnology Centre of the University of Turin, will study extracellular microvesicles (EVs) originating in the liver and present in blood, as a possible source of diagnostic markers.
Both Dr. Stefano Todeschi, CEO at Abich, and Dr. Elena Bocchietto, Director of the Abich Assay Facility, teach in the specialisation course and share their expertise with the students.
Dr. Serena Mordini, molecular biologist at Abich, teaches “Applied Microbiology” in the specialisation course, sharing her competences with the students.
Thanks to this collaboration, innovative tests to detect skin allergies associated with finished products, cosmetic raw materials, medical devices, and consumer products have been created since 2003.
Indeed, the two companies provide services that complement each other to customers in the cosmetic field.