Alt.Meat & Greet

Paid Research Opportunity with Berkeley Alt. Meat Lab and Millipore Sigma: Clean Meat/Lab Grown Meat

Interested in researching alternative meat? The Berkeley Alt. Meat Lab and Millipore Sigma are currently seeking undergraduate or graduate student researchers in areas surrounding clean meat and lab grown meat. The researcher will conduct research and develop a proposal on how to establish a best practice approach to measure and modulate critical quality attributes of…

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Why do we need alternatives to meat?: an interview with Alison Berke

http://scet.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/Podcast-4-km-1.mp3 Demand for meat around the world is higher than it’s ever been –– and we’re running out of the resources needed to provide it. It’s well-known that the meat industry uses up exorbitant amounts of land and water, making it a large contributor to climate change. If people in the United States, a global…

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The true cost of meat: an interview with Jason Ryder

http://scet.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/Podcast-3_final.mp3   Alt.Meat & Greet Podcast Episode 3: The true cost of meat, an interview with Jason Ryder Hosted by Jessica Lynn and Gurshaan Madan In this episode of the Sutardja Center of Entrepreneurship & Technology’s podcast Alt.Meat & Greet, we speak with Jason Ryder, former vice president of research and development at Hampton Creek,…

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Alt.Meat & Greet podcast Episode 2: How do you mimic the flavor of meat?

http://scet.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/Alt-Meat-Podcast-2_mixdown-km-1.mp3 In this episode of the Sutardja Center of Entrepreneurship & Technology’s podcast Alt.Meat & Greet, we speak with Jeff Spencer, a research fellow for Givaudan flavors. He speaks about how researchers are able to break down the composition of plants to find out which ones will best replicate the flavor and fragrance of meat.

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