- What I’ve learned through my first eleven Brave New Meat podcast interviews with founders and investors in the cultivated meat industry
- Cultivated ground meat has the potential to unravel the business model of the beef industry.
An aquaculture researcher from the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) has secured a seed grant from US-based research institute New Harvest to develop cell-based crayfish meat.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Friday it will pay an additional $2.3 billion in COVID-19 aid to farmers, directing more money to livestock producers suffering from disruptions in slaughtering and restaurant demand for meat.
Farmers should get European Union funding to reduce methane emissions from livestock or increase organic farmland, the European Commission said on Thursday, under plans to make agriculture greener.
Qualitas Health has landed US$10 million in venture funds at a US$73 million post-money valuation. The algae specialist offers omega-3 products via its Iwi brand and is now set to commercialize plant-based protein by 2022 with the funding.
Australian scientists are looking for ways to sustainably feed the world’s population. They’ve turned to a marine organism, which could have huge potential.
A French Parliamentary report recommends the use of nitrates in processed meats should be gradually phased out by 2025 over concerns that consumption of this controversial additive – used to extend the shelf life and prevent the oxidisation of processed meats – can be linked to a higher cancer risk.
- How Cell-Based Meat Will Change the World
January 21, 2021
- Dr. Christophe Chantre: Cell Ag @ MIT Boston-Area Seminar Series
January 22, 2021
- REFORMULATE: Fermentation-Enabled Alternative Protein Innovation
January 26-28, 2021
- The Science of Alt. Protein: Cultivating whole muscle cuts without scaffolds
January 27, 2021
- Natalie Rubio: Cell Ag @ MIT Boston-Area Seminar Series
January 29, 2021
- Environmental Sustainability and Stem Cells: Why Stem Cells?
February 3, 2021
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