While BioNutrients primarily target space exploration, their concept holds promise for Earth as well.

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BioNutrients, Supplements, and Skincare: A Comprehensive Overview

ASHKM: An acronym that resonates with the SSMS BioNutrients Innovation Program Joint Business Group. This dynamic initiative, initiated in 2019, is spearheaded by the visionary duo of Dr. Sherif Salah and Dr. Muayad Alsamaraee.

ASHKM: A harmonious alliance that unites the visionary energies of ASHMAN-DermaCure in Egypt and KMWSH-SD, an Innovation Labs and Technology Transfer Unit spanning the realms of Turkey and Canada. Beneath the sheltering canopy of the MD Consortium, groundbreaking initiatives converge, finding their abode within this collaborative tapestry of innovation.

In essence, ASHKM symbolizes the fusion of expertise, creativity, and transformative impact—an embodiment of progress in the realm of bio-nutrients and beyond.

BioNutrients represent a class of essential substances that are integral to the health and vitality of all living organisms. These substances are produced by adaptable microorganisms capable of thriving in diverse environments, ranging from the depths of the ocean to the vastness of space.

BioNutrients encompass a broad spectrum of components, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, fatty acids, and phytochemicals. They play a crucial role in preventing nutrient deficiencies, bolstering immune function, managing health conditions, and promoting overall wellness.

Supplements, on the other hand, are products designed to augment the diet with one or more dietary ingredients, such as BioNutrients. Available in various forms, including pills, capsules, powders, liquids, or gels, supplements offer additional health and performance benefits to individuals across different contexts.

Skincare products leverage the power of BioNutrients to protect, heal, and enhance the skin. While devoid of medicinal ingredients, these products nourish and repair the skin, mitigating external damage. The use of skincare products can significantly improve skin health and appearance, thereby boosting the user’s mood and self-confidence.

The SSMS BioNutrients Program is an innovative initiative that amalgamates biology, engineering, and space science. The program’s objective is to develop BioNutrients, supplements, and skincare products that enhance human disease resistance across various settings. This program embodies creative thinking, problem-solving skills, and a fervor for innovation and exploration.

The program engages immunology experts to study the impact of these products on the human immune system, an intricate network that safeguards us from harmful microbes and diseases. The SSMS BioNutrients Program transcends conventional boundaries, providing nourishment to astronauts in space, submarine crews underwater, and underserved populations on Earth.

Disease resistance, defined as the capacity to ward off infections caused by harmful microorganisms, is influenced by genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. These factors include our dietary habits, physical activity levels, and stress management techniques. One effective strategy to enhance our disease resistance is through the consumption of BioNutrients, substances that are vital to the health and well-being of living organisms.

BioNutrients, encompassing vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, fatty acids, and phytochemicals, are integral components of natural foods and supplements. Their inclusion in our diet can significantly enhance our health and wellness. They serve to prevent nutrient deficiencies, bolster immune function, aid in managing health conditions, and promote overall well-being.

The Life Sciences Team at SSMS firmly believes in the power of BioNutrients, supplements, and skincare products to enhance human resilience against diseases. The utilization of these products can fortify our immune system and decrease our reliance on medications. This approach aligns with our commitment to promoting a healthier and more natural lifestyle.


Inaugurated in 2019, the SSMS BioNutrients Program is a comprehensive initiative that leverages a diverse array of expertise.

A.Within the sphere of Human Immunity, the program is committed to investigating the impact of nutrients on the immune system, a crucial pursuit. Central to this endeavor is the contribution of immunology experts such as Dr. Sherif Salah, a distinguished pioneer in the field, who was appointed president due to his vast experience.

In his capacity as CEO of Biotech Innovation Labs, Dr. Serif Salah’s role amalgamates the duties of a conventional CEO with the unique challenges and opportunities inherent in the biotechnology industry. Within the framework of Biotech Innovations, the CEO is expected to comprehend the science underpinning their plan’s products or research, navigate the intricate regulatory landscape, and secure funding for research and development.

As CEO of the Biotech Innovation Labs, Dr. Serif Salah is also tasked with fostering innovation within the program, ensuring that the program remains at the cutting edge of technological advancements in the biotechnology sector. This could entail developing new products, enhancing existing ones, or discovering new applications for the company’s technology. Essentially, the CEO of Biotech Innovation Labs, is a leader capable of steering both the scientific and business facets of the consortium, propelling innovation and growth in a rapidly evolving industry.


B.The program’s scope extends to Aerospace, Surface, and Underwater applications, where the nutrients are a critical source of sustenance for astronauts and submarine crews. This necessitates a profound understanding of space and marine feeding logistics, an area of expertise for Dr. Muayad Al Samaraee, a leading global innovator who was chosen to lead the project.

As a CINO, Dr. Al Samaraee is primarily responsible for managing the process of innovation and change management within the organization. He identifies strategies, business opportunities, and new technologies, and then collaborates with partners to develop new capabilities, architectures, business models, and industry structures to capitalize on these opportunities. He also manages technological change and is focused on delivering the key principles behind innovation - leadership, network creation, harnessing, development, leveraging appropriate incentives, and building and running an effective, transparent, and efficient innovation process.

Dr. Al Samaraee is responsible for shaping and implementing the consortium’s strategic vision. He aligns the innovation strategy with the overall business strategy, playing a pivotal role in driving change and new growth, fostering innovation capabilities within the organization, and promoting the value and influence that innovation can offer.

Dr. Al Samaraee, as a Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer serves as a bridge between the innovation strategy and the business strategy. They champion innovation at all levels of the organization, fostering a culture of innovation by ensuring that the company’s time, resources, and focus consistently prioritize innovation.

C.As an integral component of the MD Consortium’s expansive synthetic biology portfolio, the project necessitates expertise in this field. Dr. Muayad Al Samaraee has been appointed as a Technology Innovative Scientist, while the responsibility of the Biological Innovative Scientist, has been entrusted to Dr. Sherif Salah.

In addition to our ongoing work within the ASHKM Program, focused on developing innovative BioNutrients and Bio Active products, there exists another independent program. Despite some alignment with our objectives, there is no collaboration between these initiatives. Launched by NASA, this program established a working group called BioNutrients in 2018. The inaugural experiment occurred aboard the International Space Station in 2019. The primary goal of this program is to harness genetically engineered microbes for the production of essential nutrients crucial for human health. Whether in extraterrestrial or terrestrial environments, these microbes play a pivotal role.

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Bioactive compounds** are substances found in natural sources like food, plants, and other organic materials. These compounds have specific effects on living organisms, including humans.
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