The President of the Scientific Board of Orgaia, Prof. Giovanni Scapagnini has returned to RAI TV as the regular expert guest of the weekly health & science programme broadcast at prime time on Saturday mornings.
RAI is Italy’s National TV Network. The programme titled BUONGIORNO BENESSERE (Wellbeing Morning) includes a live studio audience and focuses on the latest scientific discoveries in nutrition, wellbeing and beauty. Italy is the first country in Europe in terms of longevity.
In the first episode of the new TV series Prof. Scapagnini talks about extending longevity and Telomere and Chomosome integrity thanks to the effects of the Mediterranean Diet. During the programme Prof. Scapagnini also developed a live experiment to demonstrate the positive effects of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant natural ingredients.
To view the video highlights of the first programme. Click on Video below.
A journey through the microscopic world of the cell
This incredible video animation developed by Xvivo for Harvard University takes people through the world of cellular biology and on on a journey through the microscopic world of a cell, illustrating mechanisms that allow a white blood cell to sense its surroundings and respond to an external stimulus.
Humans are made of cells. At Orgaia we believe that it is critical to make people understand how cells and cellular mechanisms work in their complexity and how critical nutrition is to maintain cell health. Videos like this are perfect to demonstrate that cells live in a world of their own and that not only our genetic make-up, but also nutrition affects the life and messages that cells send and receive, says Nicolas De Santis, CEO of Orgaia.
The Inner of the Cell follows a white blood cell’s movement along the endothelium and its response to an external stimulus — a process known as leukocyte extravasation.
Xvivo is the Premiere Creator of Medical Animation and Scientific Media. This award winning piece was the first topic in a series of animations XVIVO is creating for Harvard’s educational website BioVisions at Harvard.