Bayer responds to YAZ and Yasmin media report
In the interests of patient safety and community concern, Bayer Australia restates its position regarding allegations made about its oral contraceptives in a television current affairs program last week.
YAZ and Yasmin
At Bayer we take the safety of our medicines very seriously and always closely collaborate with the respective health and regulatory authorities, as well as medical professionals, to exchange all relevant information concerning the use and the benefit-risk profile of our products.
Sydney to launch Bayer airship world tour
BAYER TAKES TO THE SKIES TO MARK MAJOR MILESTONE
Sydneysiders look up as a rare sight is set to grace our skies this week – a giant blue and green airship here to celebrate Bayer’s 150th anniversary.
ASMI elects a new President
The Australian Self-Medication Industry (ASMI) today announced the election of a new President and office bearers, to guide the strategic direction of the organisation.
Bayer Australia supporting the fight against childhood cancer
Bayer Australia is proud to announce its new charity partner The Kids’ Cancer Project. The Kids’ Cancer Project is an Australian charity focused on finding cures for childhood cancer.
Good for beneficial insects and an edge for farmers
Bayer wins awards in innovation and marketing excellence
Bayer CropScience has won two Australian Business Awards in the categories of Innovation and Marketing Excellence.
Bayer CropScience to invest EUR 12 million in Australian Breeding Center for Wheat and Oilseeds
Bayer CropScience plans to establish a new breeding center in the Wimmera region, near Horsham (Victoria, Australia), focused on wheat and oilseeds. The company plans to invest around EUR 12 million (AUD 14 million) for the new station in Western Victoria.
Innovative Happy Feet App and simple online test for diagnosis and treatment
Canesten® launches Fungal Nail Treatment Set for treatment of fungal nail infection
Bayer has launched Canesten® Fungal Nail Treatment Set for treatment of fungal nail infection (FNI) which works1 in just six to seven weeks. The majority of anti-fungal medicines on the Australian market can take up to a year to treat the condition.
Working with leading global institutions to improve Australian agricultural productivity: Bayer CropScience, CSIRO and GRDC form research partnership for increasing yield in wheat
Bayer CropScience, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and the Australian Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) have formed a partnership to increase yield in wheat.
BAYERBoost environmental scholarship program now open
Bayer is offering future environmental leaders the chance to win a share of $25,000.