Max Biocare Institute believes in making real-life contributions to health, wellbeing and knowledge in a sustainable way. We share the same vision and belief in sustainable conduct across the Max Biocare Group overall, but with a more specific focus on innovation. Being evidence-based means that we pay more attention to ethics and responsibility in our research and development activities.
Integrity is considered the foundation on which all sustainability practices are based. We seek to conduct all our current and future research responsibly and ethically by abiding by the following guidelines.
These apply to any research conducted locally at Research Park, Max Biocare Clinic, or through affiliated research groups in Australia and overseas.
The Max Biocare Research Park in Yinnar believes in engaging with the local Gippsland community in different ways to ensure that we are “ploughing back” into the local economy, to give it a chance to grow and thrive. Businesses in primary industry in this region and other green belts around Victoria have a long history of quality and sustainable practice that have put the state on the world map.
Our Research Park initiative provides a diverse range of natural resources from which we create innovative ingredients for nutrition and medicinal applications. The Park has translated over the stringent quality management approach used by the Max Biocare Group, which we have also extended into our sustainability criteria. Having sustainable practices in mind from the design and concept phase has allowed us to integrate them routinely in our expanding production capabilities.
Providing a relaxed environment and personalized approach to educating professionals in specific areas of health and wellbeing, including nutrition sciences, complementary therapies, research methods and biology.
Max Biocare Research Park plans to host a range of educational enrichment programs designed to complement school curricula, with themes including life sciences and biotechnology.