At the Safety & Environmental Assurance Center (SEAC), our job is to provide Unilever with the skills, advice and guidance needed to reduce, manage and control any safety risks for consumers, employees and the environment.
Our R&D centers
We apply our scientific capabilities and consumer insights to contribute to advances in nutrition, health and well-being.
The Unilever Nutrition Network endeavours to provide evidence and support for the claimed benefits of a growing number of Unilever products.
Ground breaking research is the foundation on which Unilever's R&D program is built.
We take the very best science and technology from academia and specialist collaborators and apply it to create breakthrough innovations for the next generation of products.
Unilever research is looking at what man’s distant ancestors ate to see how it could enhance modern-day nutrition.
Unilever R&D partnered with the University of Manchester in a project to understand how a person's brain shapes the taste of their food.
Background sounds played during a meal can significantly affect how food tastes, according to research conducted by Unilever R&D and the University of Manchester.
Unilever is studying the relationship between genes and aging to develop technologies that will help people remain healthy in their mid and later years.
We use our knowledge and imagination to translate science into products that meet a range of consumer needs.
The secret of taking care of your skin lies in getting moisture to all its layers – and keeping it there.
Unilever has found a way to make ice cream healthier as well as really tasty thanks to a new ingredient discovered by our scientists.
Knorr helps home-cooks provide natural and nutritious meals for their families in a convenient way.
Collaborating with us
Smart collaboration between ourselves and our partners allows us to leverage a greater mix of technologies and speed up time to market to deliver value.
Our ice cream R&D is applying a radical new technology that reproduces nature’s way of coping with cold to deliver truly original products.
In 2006, Unilever decided again to take a long-term look at the future of its skin care category.
If you have a technical solution that will help us achieve our vision we would like to hear from you.