Wide Open Agriculture revealed development of its lupin-based protein product is advancing with the CSIRO to produce a food-grade, and commercial quantity of protein isolate for use in a variety of plant-based products.
A new network launching on Monday aims to respond to the "urgent need" for New Zealand to capitalise on opportunities in the emerging protein sector. Emerging Proteins NZ is a free network open to all individuals and businesses involved in the alternative protein sector, from growers and producers to manufacturers, retailers and exporters.
Australia’s Vow is pledging to take the cell-based sector a step further by creating cultured versions of unconventional exotic animals - such as tortoise, yak and lion.
Protein Industries Canada today announced a new project to supply meat and other food processors with plant-based ingredients for the growing flexitarian market. Together, Griffith Foods, Persall Fine Foods, and k2MILLING will focus on researching and developing new plant-based protein ingredients such as flours and texturized protein blends.
One day, we'll tell our grandkids about the Great Burger Wars. Scientists dueling social conservatives, foodies brawling with tech entrepreneurs, vegans sniping at vegans—burgers are a window on the charged politics of climate change. And low-methane cows, Impossible Whoppers, and cellular agriculture have put fast food on the front lines.
- Cultured insect meat products might look more like normal burgers and steaks than you’d expect. But what is entomoculture, why might we need it, how does it work, and who’s leading the research? Prodigious young science writer and New Harvest summer intern, Avery Parkinson, answers all your questions.
As global demand for protein grows steadily, our sources of animal protein must diversify to keep up. And Australia is well placed to become an international powerhouse for an emerging research field that could transform the way we produce and eat meat: cellular agriculture.
Almost everything we consider a great invention is, in fact, a series of great inventions.
The rise of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing is welcome. After decades of climate experts being shut down or ignored for warning humanity of our impact on the planet, finally, it’s cool to care.
At the start of the pandemic, New Harvest awarded Mike McLellan our very first dissertation award to support a novel workaround for animal serum in the production of cultured meat.
- Asia Summit on Alternative Proteins
August 20 - 21, 2020
- Industrializing Cell-Based Meats Summit
August 25 - 27, 2020
- Marbling cultivated meat with hydrogel scaffolds with Dr. Amy Rowat
August 26, 2020
- Alt Protein Conference
September 2 - 3, 2020
- International Plant-Based Nutrition Healthcare Conference
September 11 - 14, 2020
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