The Science of Sustainable Protein
The experts in animal stem cell & genomic technologies
Roslin Technologies has a primary focus – meeting the protein needs of an expanding human population.
We do this through utilising world-leading technology in animal stem cells for cultivated meat, and through cutting-edge genomic breeding techniques. We also deploy our technology into solutions for animal health.
Based in, and with unique access to, one of the world’s leading animal science academic hubs, and with business connections throughout the global veterinary and agricultural sectors, we turn the very best AgTech and CellTech into sustainable solutions for markets around the world.
Solutions to Global Challenges:
Increasing World Population
We promote sustainable food supply chains by investing in ground-breaking technologies to improve alternative and traditional protein production.
To further secure food supply chains, we are delivering innovative solutions for improved animal health and offer bespoke breeding programmes to improve biological efficiency.
Demanding Nutritional Needs
Due to the global rise in demand for animal products for human consumption, we are developing alternative nutritional protein sources for agriculture and aquaculture.
With the increasing global protein gap, we are developing proprietary tools and resources for Cellular Agriculture for environmentally friendly production of cultivated meat.
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Roslin Technologies News
As Roslin Technologies moves from strength to strength, we are continuing to recruit scientists with a passion for stem cell research – helping to drive our research forwards. We sat down with our newest member of the team, Yi Jia, to find out more about him. Tell us...
How time flies! Our Chief Scientific Officer, Professor Jacqui Matthews, has been with Roslin Technologies for two years, spearheading our vision for the science of sustainable protein. We caught up with her to find out more about her role – and what excites her most...
Cultivated meat is often placed in a markedly separate box to insect protein. Combine these two alternative protein sources with plant-based production, and these make up the three main methods aiming to take a bite out of the traditional protein market. At Future...