VitroLabs Inc seeks a reliable, highly-motivated and exceptionally innovative tissue engineer to lead a team on the development of novel bioreactor systems to support industrial-scale production of new in vitro-grown animal tissues for leather applications. The ideal candidate for this role is no stranger to thinking “outside the box” whether they are conducting an experiment in the lab or developing a new process.
Impossible Foods’ internship program is one of the most purpose-driven programs in Silicon Valley, giving students and graduates the opportunity to make a direct impact on the world’s most pressing environmental issues. The company receives thousands of applications from students, new graduates, and young leaders from around the world.
The professorship will be assigned to the TUM School of Life Sciences and will join the Department Life Science Engineering. TUM School of Life Sciences is located at the inter-disciplinary campus Freising – Weihenstephan with ample opportunities for collaborations in the areas of food and (bio)process engineering, biotechnology and food sciences.
Interested in making an impact on the way meat is produced? Come join Memphis Meats as a Computational Biologist in our Data team. You will work closely with tissue engineers, cell biologists, and other scientists and engineers to build tools, design experiments, perform analyses, and build models that improve all aspects of cellular agriculture in a wide range of species. As a key member of our scientific team, you will have a large impact on the research performed at Memphis Meats. You will also have the opportunity to work in a green field that is ripe for innovation.
As Vow’s first food science hire, you will be responsible for establishing our food science function, defining workflows and building a team – an incredibly important role. You’ll be working closely with the Science team to iterate on food products, turning biological breakthroughs into incredible culinary experiences. You will take incredible new food products all the way from idea to product-in-market, solving a whole swathe of global issues in the process.
We at CellulaREvolution are determined to use the latest technological advancements in bioprocessing to develop and create enabling technologies for Cultured Meat, Cell Therapy and Biologics industries. We do this by providing highly innovative bioreactors capable of continuous cell production. In order to achieve our ambitious goals, we are now seeking to recruit a Senior Bioprocessing Engineer to coordinate and lead the further development of our next generation bioreactor.
Peace of Meat is changing the way meat is produced and consumed for the benefit of a sustainable environment, enhanced human health and improved animal welfare.In order to advance the production of our cultured meat products, we are working closely with universities as well as commercial partners across Europe.We are expanding our team in Germany and Belgium and seek to hire a passionate translational cell biologist to help advance bioengineering innovation from the basic lab bench to the applied pilot plant.
We at GOURMEY are on a mission to bring tasty, safe, sustainable cultured meat to the world. This begins with the iconic french delicacy foie gras, which we will develop at the crossroads of culinary arts and scientific perfection (watch this to learn more). To achieve this feat, we are seeking to recruit a Senior Food Scientist with a background in flavour development.
Academic background (BSc or MSc) in Cell Biology, Life Sciences, Biotechnology, Bioengineering or related fieldKnowledge of and experience with bioreactor cultures, bench-top or larger scaleExperience with culture of mammalian stem cells & microcarrier cultures is highly desirable
This person will be responsible for developing new cell line media and primary cell culture media with the use of appropriate grade raw material utilization for novel industry applications. Position is based in Rockville, MD.
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