Future Food Tech Conference agenda shows our iPS cells central to new food technology
We are hugely excited about jetting off (virtually) to the San Francisco Future Food Tech conference later on this week.
Because the agenda of the event, which defines itself as “moonshot solutions for a food system under stress”, is exactly in line with our thinking and approach to cellular agriculture initiatives. All of us working in this space are acutely aware of the widening protein deficit as our global population increases. That, alongside concerns about the environmental impact of a reliance on traditional agriculture for protein production, means there is now significant momentum in the creation of cultured/cultivated meat.
We believe our induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells will be key to helping the cultured meat sector produce sausages, steaks, seafood and much more, particularly because of their longevity, stability and proven differentiation ability. We’re looking forward to meeting established players, innovators and investors to talk about how they can partner with us to help accelerate to market this vital sector.
If you’d like to meet up with Chief Scientific Officer Prof. Jacqui Matthews and our Commercial Manager Dr Richard Freeman, please come and say hello via the conference networking facilities or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com