A long-standing passion for the ocean inspired Richard Splivallo’s project – using his fermentation expertise to create better alternative seafood products such as shrimp and lobster.
Professor Che Connon’s quest to bring cultivated meat closer to dining tables has led to him bridging the gap between academia and entrepreneurship.
Meet the researcher: leading the UK’s new £12m cellular agriculture research hub with Prof Marianne Ellis
Head of the UK's new £12 million Cellular Agriculture Manufacturing Hub (CARMA), we talk to Marianne Ellis about her goals for the project, how she became involved in cultivated meat, and advice for new researchers looking to enter the field.
GFI-Report: Deutsche Branche für alternative Proteine ist gut aufgestellt, braucht aber stärkere Unterstützung aus der Politik
Neuer Report liefert Zahlen und Fakten zur kommerziellen und wissenschaftlichen Landschaft im Bereich alternativer Proteine, die das enorme Potenzial Deutschlands in diesem Bereich unterstreichen.
Exploring recent developments surrounding plant-based, cultivated and fermentation-made proteins exploring market development, the commercial landscape, investments and investors, the scientific landscape, surveys on the acceptance of alternative products, and 15 policy recommendations for Germany.
The project represents the largest single investment the UK government has made to date in sustainable proteins, and will help British scientists and companies make cultivated meat at scale.
Meet the researcher: discovering the next big ingredients in plant-based protein with Karolina Östbring
The plant-based industry has only begun to scratch the surface of what ingredients can be used to create more sustainable food, according to researcher Karolina Östbring.
A career spent exploring the nutritional and health benefits of plant-based foods – along with an outsider’s perspective – has given Dr Alan Javier Hernandez Alvarez a unique insight into the challenges and opportunities facing the sector.
Ein Team von Forscherinnen und Forschern aus Luxemburg verwendet eine aus der Antike stammende Technologie, um nicht genutzte Stoffe in der Landwirtschaftlich in Fette umzuwandeln, die für nachhaltige Lebensmittel verwendet werden können.
Our Science and Technology Community Coordinator Martina Helmlinger on the exciting work of the Alt Protein Project and how students can get involved.