The Future of Cellular Agriculture Technology and It’s Impact on the Supply Chain
What is cellular agriculture and how can it change the world?
Have you ever eaten meat grown in a test tube? Have you worn real leather shoes which didn’t harm any cows? If you haven’t yet, you may find yourself experiencing this in your everyday life in the not-so-distant future.
Join us in a remote panel discussion as we sit down with Dr. Matt Anderson-Baron, CEO of Future Fields (an Edmonton-based startup that is pioneering cellular agriculture) and Dr. Cameron Semper, a research fellow with New Harvest, an NGO educating the public and policymakers on cellular agriculture and advocating for future research.
The panelists will introduce us to the world of cellular agriculture, the latest scientific advancements in the field, and the implications of these discoveries on our local and global supply chains.
These researchers are pioneers. Learn more about this groundbreaking and often overlooked sector from local Albertans who are certain to make global waves. We look forward to you joining the conversation with us!
Who is TSGI Corporation? We are a professional services firm, assisting technology and science-focused companies leverage the Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax credit program in Alberta and across Canada. We support science and innovation, and this event is part of a series highlighting home-grown scientific advancements.
[Feature Image ID: an illustration on a yellow background with white lines and red accents. A living cow is in the top left, with a red dot, representing the extraction site of muscle cells. Four red polygons representing muscle cells are deposited into a petri dish, out of which comes a ‘bouncing ball’ of muscle tissue which drops into a bioreactor. Out of the bioreactor, the end product is a beef hamburger.]