Cultivate 2020: Discussing cellular agriculture in the UK
Cultivate is an annual event to discuss cellular agriculture from UK perspectives. Cellular agriculture refers to work to produce agricultural products - typically animal products - through new methods that operate at the cellular level as opposed to working with whole animals. Examples include cultured meat and fermentation-based milk.
The event will feature a combination of talks and panels that will discuss activities and challenges that have risen over the last year.
Our 2020 event will be online via Zoom and last three hours. This is different to our previous annual events, which have taken place in person and been whole day events. We look forward to an engaging discussion.
Confirmed speakers include:
Benjamina Bollag: Higher Steaks https://www.highersteaks.com/
Leo Groenewegen: CellulaRevolution https://cellularevolution.co.uk/
Cai Linton: Multus Media https://www.multus.media/
Jevan Nagarajah: Better Dairy https://betterdairy.co.uk/
Ruth Wonfor: Aberystwyth University https://www.aber.ac.uk/en/ibers/staff-profiles/listing/profile/rec21/
John Miller: University of Sheffield https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/english/people/academic-staff/john-miller
Event organised by:
Illtud Dunsford: Cellular Agriculture Ltd https://www.cellularagriculture.co.uk/
Marianne Ellis: University of Bath https://www.bath.ac.uk/profiles/head-of-department-of-chemical-engineer…
Alexandra Sexton: Sheffield University
Neil Stephens: Brunel University London https://www.brunel.ac.uk/people/neil-stephens