In 1995, Pherosynthèse was created, a research and development laboratory specialized in the field of chemical communication in the living world. Pherosynthèse gave birth, in 2010, to the Research Institute in Semiochemistry and Applied Ethology (IRSEA).
Development of new therapeutic and zootechnical tools, respectful of humans, animals and the environment.
The identification of chemical signals involved in animal life makes it possible to develop new therapeutic and zootechnical tools that are respectful of humans, animals and the environment. IRSEA's research, which has been translated into 300 international patents since its inception, has been the subject of numerous international scientific papers and publications.
300 international patent filings since its inception