The International Conference on Cultured Meat is a yearly conference that began in 2015 and is organized by Maastricht University. The International Conference on Cultured Meat offers people an opportunity to speak about cultured meat and related topics such as cell biology, cell culture, tissue engineering, food technology, meat science, and social science. The conferences uses a multidisciplinary approach that invites scientists of all fields, companies, and entrepreneurs to speak about how cultured meat can offer solutions to global problems such as global food insecurity, livestock related environmental issues, and animal welfare.
4th International Conference on Cultured Meat 2018
International Conference on Cultured Meat
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- Cluster: Cell-based and plant-based meatA cluster of topics related to cultured meat, plant-based meat, and cellular agriculture.
- Cultured meatCultured meats are animal flesh products made from extracted animal cells that are grown in bioreactors and harvested for consumption. Cells are taken from animals such as a chickens, cows, or tuna, and grown using scaffolding and/or self-organizing constructs in bioreactors.
- Maastricht UniversityMaastricht University is a public university located in Maastricht, Netherlands that was established in 1976.
- Mosa MeatMosa Meat is a Dutch start-up company that makes and commercializes clean meat, meat made by growing animal cells directly rather than slaughtering animals.