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Creating Nature-Positive Cosmetics
Creating Nature-Positive Cosmetics

Mon, 24 Oct



Creating Nature-Positive Cosmetics

How start-ups are collaborating to drive the circular economy with nature-positive cosmetics. Seeds of Colour and NIAB will share their collaboration story. A combination of science, creativity and nature, across different industries (agriculture and beauty).

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Time & Location

24 Oct 2022, 16:00 – 17:00 BST


About The Event

Seeds of Colour and NIAB (National Institute for Agricultural Botany)

Our aim is to share our own learnings on becoming a wasteless business and driving circular business models. Also, the idea is to perceive and learn from the Climate Alumni Community, understanding their intentions. In addition, look for any small or big opportunities to help individuals or businesses to accelerate their journeys, igniting the heroes of tomorrow.

Challenge: Simple beauty swap. Which product and brand could you swap for a greener version?

More on our speakers:

Anna Valle (Co-Founder Seeds of Colour)

Anna’s professional purpose is to create sustainable growth strategies. Anna believes brands must have a purpose beyond the products, and in companies that do well by doing good. This was her motivation to found Seeds of Colours, a new sustainable makeup brand leading positive change. Anna is a board member at Chelsea Physics Garden, Liverpool Biennial and CEO of Seeds of Colour.

Dr Steve Taylor (Co-Founder & CTO of Seeds of Colour)

Steve has a passion for science and innovation in a career that spans 25+ years. With a PhD in biochemistry, he specialises in green chemistry, promoting the use of enzymes and microbes; nature’s gentle catalysts. This knowledge is applied in the novel plant-based colour pigments extraction technology and highly anti-oxidant botanical extracts for Seeds of Colour.

Dr Lydia Smith (Head of NIAB Innovation Farm and Eastern AgriTech Innovation Hub)

Lydia joined NIAB in 1997 and initially managed the expansion of research across NIAB groups. She established and ran the Novel and Non Food Crops area, and has a BSc. in Botany from the University of Sheffield, an MSc, from Reading University and a PhD from the University of East London.


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