Latest conferences, Activities

Medica 2018

12-15 Novembre - Düsseldorf, Germany

World Forum of Medicine, world's leading trade faire for the medical industry.

Visit us at our stand, Hall 17, stand 17D42

Irish Decontamination Institute (IDI) 

8-9 Nov 2018 - Dublin, Ireland

Decontamination - It ain't what you do, it's the way that you do it 


10 Nov 2018 - Zaventem, Belgium

 10e Wetenschappelijk Congres van de Belgische Vereniging voor Orale Implantologie - 10ème Congrès Scientifique de la Société Belge   d'Implantologie Orale 


24-25 Nov 2018 - Ciney, Belgium

The unique veterinary congress in French-speaking Belgium where we can discover new products and equipments.

VSZ Study Day 

29 November 2017 - Mechelen, Belgium

Studie dag van de Vereniging Sterilisatie in het Ziekenhuis (Lamot)

   International Biofilm Summit 

Exact date 2019 tbc

New challenges in addressing decontamination across industries, a health care point of view.

Association Dentaire Française

27/11 - 1 dec - Paris

Annual Dental Meeting 


LATEST insights, data & debates around Biofilm


LATEST insights, data & debates around Biofilm

IsO  13485 certification

FEB 2018 - Jean-Michel Vanderhofstadt

OneLife is proud to announce that we have achieved certification to ISO 13485. This is an official recognition that our solutions consistently meet customer and regulatory requirements. And also a major accomplishment for the whole team.

a new CEO for Onelife and €2.3M in private fundings 

Nov 2017 - Gordon Blackman

Jean-Michel Vanderhofstadt, a prominent leader with a solid track record in the pharmaceutical sector, takes over management with the full backing of its private investors and with the ambition to make OneLife a world-leading reference in its sector. 


June 2017 - Dr Thomas Vanzieleghem

This study was presented in Nice at SF2H. 

A babyscope is born : 

May 2017 - Dr Thomas Vanzieleghem

The Fiberscope technology is a miniature endoscope that allows inspection within endoscope channels. 

LATEST DATA : bacteria in biofilms can survive at least 20 to 50 times higher concentration of antibiotics

April 2017 - Dr Thomas Vanzieleghem

Biofilm matrix and differences in cell activity and genetics confer bacteria in biofilms  at least 20 to 50 times  higher tolerance to antibiotics than their planktonic counterparts. This link provides insights in research oriented towards the development of new treatment strategies.