The Protein Directory and Cell Agri are proud to present the Alt Protein Conference 2021: ‘The Future of Meat: Hybrid’ with a focus on the new wave of companies transforming the future of meat.Join us for a 1-day virtual conference to learn how future food companies are combining the best of both worlds and creating hybrid meats with both cellular agriculture and plant-based alternative proteins.
The 3rd Industrializing Cell-Based Meats & Seafood Digital Summit will bring the industry together to discuss the novel technological advances powering the new wave of cultivated meat products, leveraging biotechnology to increase the scalability, sustainability, affordability, and production efficiency of next-generation cell-based protein products.
The New Food Invest is a 3-in-1 conference format, catering for three different time zones on a single day: it provides convenient access for the Asian/Australian market followed by the European/Middle Eastern region and closes with a focus on the North & South American continent. Each NFI ticket grants access to all sessions and leverages the value of the event, providing you with 12 hours of attractive programming.
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Cellular agriculture is an emerging field that has the potential to mitigate many of the issues within our food systems and provide an alternative solution. You may be wondering – what is cellular agriculture? Cellular agriculture, also known as cultured or cultivated meat, is where agricultural products (such as meat, milk, and leather) are produced – without the use of livestock. The agricultural products are instead developed from cell cultures using a combination of the sciences including techniques found in biotechnology, tissue engineering, molecular biology, and synthetic biology.
The development of a plant-based, inexpensive media for growth of cultivated meat cells is a key technical hurdle in further commercialization of cultivated meat products. Generatinging a viable alternative to expensive pharmaceutical grade medium is not an easy problem to solve, as it requires experimental optimization of at least 20-30 potential media ingredients simultaneously. Join Dr. Block as he discusses novel experimental optimization methods that can be used to develop new, less expensive media for cultivated meat.
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Humans are currently eating more meat than our planet can afford. Raising animals for food is resource intensive. The rise in global meat consumption has dire consequences for human health, our agricultural industry, the environment, biodiversity, and animal welfare. Fortunately, there’s an effective way to solve this growing problem. Cellular agriculture is an emerging research field dedicated to producing meat, eggs, milk, and leather directly from animals’ cells rather than whole animals.
CiFOOD is one of the seven thematic, interdisciplinary centres at the Faculty of Technical Sciences at Aarhus University, aiming at connecting researchers from fields along the food supply chain – from innovative production of raw materials to consumer science and health aspects.With this conference we want to share our research activities within this field, and also highlight some of our strategic partners.
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Since 2015, the Maastricht Conference has been the premier scientific meeting for the cultured meat research community. This year, we are bringing the same excellence and up-to-date content directly to your home. Register here to access engaging presentations and discussions science of cultured meat, as well as networking opportunities with speakers and other attendees. We look forward to seeing you on December 9-11!
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.