By taking the tools of tissue engineering and adapting them to work on a scale as large as agriculture, cell-cultured meat has the potential to change the world in ways we cannot yet imagine. But first, we need political will to fund foundational academic research in this field.
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- Japan is forging a unique development path for cellular agriculture — one in which no one is left behind and anyone interested can get involved in helping create an open, inclusive future for the technology. This is the story of the Shojinmeat Project and how a citizen science experiment came to have big impact on national policy.
Though opportunity in this space is abundant, government regulators have not yet caught up to the pace of new product innovation. Given the significant implications that new regulations and guidance can have for the alternative protein industry, it is important to ensure that the end results are inclusive and comprehensive.
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- Fermentation-Enabled Alternative Protein Summit Europe
July 11-13, 2023
- National Food Policy Conference
September 12, 2023
Washington, DC, United States
- Alt Proteins 23
October 4, 2023
- Cultured Meat Symposium
November 2-3, 2023
San Francisco, United States