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Interview: Olivia Fox Cabane, CEO of The Alternative Protein Show

Jan 09, 2019

Olivia Fox Cabane is the former Director of Innovative Leadership for Stanford StartX, the current Chair of the International Alliance for Alternative Protein, and the author of the The Charisma Myth. She is now organizing The Alternative Protein Show in San Francisco on January 15th- 17th. The show will feature over 50 companies from all over the world with the opportunity to meet leading investors in the future of food. We had the opportunity to speak to her and learn...

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IndieBio: Creating the Future of Food

Dec 19, 2018

In November, IndieBio presented the next generation of biotech.

IndieBio is a world-leading life science accelerator based in San Francisco, California. Backed by SOS Ventures, IndieBio invited the world to meet its 7th class of startups at their Demo Day. For the last 4 months, these startups worked out of IndieBio’s lab space learning how to transform their science into viable businesses.

From innovative treatments to new medical devices, IndieBio’s Demo Day...

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November 2018: The Month in Review

Dec 02, 2018

Following all great news in October, November continued cellular agriculture’s great year. Cellular agriculture is the field of growing animal products (like meat and milk) from cell cultures instead of animals. Compared to conventional livestock agriculture, cell ag provides an alternative and sustainable way to produce animal products to meet the growing global demand. Without requiring animals. From new partnerships and awards, this article takes a look at what...

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October 2018: The Month in Review

Nov 05, 2018

October was a strong start to the fourth quarter for cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture (‘cell ag’) is the field of growing animal products (like meat and leather) from cell cultures instead of animals, and it offers an alternative and sustainable way to produce animal products. Without requiring animals. From new investments to the first joint-regulatory meeting in the US, this article will take a look at some of the key events during the month of...

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Interview: Maryn McKenna, Author of Big Chicken

Oct 24, 2018

Today I am very excited to share our interview with Maryn McKenna. Maryn is an independent journalist and author who specializes in public health, global health, and food policy. She is the author of Big Chicken, a book about the evolution of animal agriculture through antibiotics, and received the 2018 Science in Society Award for the book. Maryn has also done a TedTalk about the emergence of antibiotic resistant bacteria and its healthcare impact. After this interview...

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The Conferences Leading the Future of Food

Oct 10, 2018

Cover photo taken by Jacyln Tyler at New Harvest 2018 Conference

Conferences bring together the best in the field. From innovative research to aspiring startups, conferences provide a great platform for any field to come together and share the latest ideas.

That’s exactly the case with cellular agriculture this year. Cellular agriculture (‘cell ag’) is the field of growing animal products, like meat and leather, from cell cultures. Without...

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September 2018: The Month in Review

Oct 03, 2018

September marked a strong end to the third quarter for cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture (‘cell ag’) is the field of growing animal products from cell cultures instead of raising animals for them. Compared to the present livestock agricultural system, cell ag provides an alternative and sustainable way to produce animal products to meet the growing global demand for animal products. From new investments and products in the field to a new name, this...

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GFI Sues Missouri for the Word Meat

Sep 12, 2018

In May, the state of Missouri passed a law that banned plant-based and cellular agriculture (‘cell ag’) products from using the word ‘meat’. According to the bill, meat can only come from the flesh of a slaughtered animal. The law came into effect on August 28, 2018. And so did the fight for the word meat.

The Good Food Institute, along with the Animal Legal Defense Fund, American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri, and...

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August 2018: The Month in Review

Sep 05, 2018

Following all the developments in June and July, August marked a strong end of the summer for cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture (‘cell ag’) is the field of growing animal products, like meat, from cell cultures instead of raising animals for the same products. Compared to the present livestock agricultural system, cell ag provides an alternative and sustainable way to produce animal products to meet the growing global demand for animal...

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The Scientists Making the Future of Food

Aug 29, 2018

No food innovation would ever be possible without researchers.

Especially not cellular agriculture.

Cellular agriculture ("cell ag") is the field of growing animal products, like meat, from cell cultures instead of raising animals for them. Compared to the present livestock agricultural system, cell ag provides an alternative and sustainable way to produce animal products to meet the growing global demand for animal products. Without requiring animals.

Santiago Campuzano

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