6th International Scientific Conference on Cultured Meat.

Recordings will be available until December 18, 2020.

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The 7th International Scientific Conference on Cultured Meat will take place on November 28, 2021 in Maastricht, Netherlands.

Wednesday, December 9

All times are presented in CET.

Session Block 1

16:00-16:30 Keynote

Chair: Mark Post, Prof dr., Maastricht University
Ben Cosgrove, Dr. Cornell University, USA
Leveraging single-cell transcriptomics to improve muscle stem cell manufacturing and therapies

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16:30-16:45

Jaro Camphuijsen, CMMC
A computational framework for hypothesis testing in bioreactor biomechanics

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16:45-17:00

Yuta Okamoto, Waseda University
Mammalian Cell Cultivation Using Microalgal Extract for Production of Cultured Meat

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17:00-17:15

Andrew Stout, Tufts University
Simple serum-free media for bovine satellite cell culture

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17:15-17:30

Tobias Messmer, MosaMeat
Unravelling the transcriptional remodeling of serum-starvation to create a serum-free differentiation media

 

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Session Block 2

18:00-18:30 Keynote

Jette Feveile Young, Prof. dr. Aarhus University, Denmark
Sustainable bovine cell sourcing and the importance of “post mortem” handling for cultured meat

Session Block 2

18:30-19:00 Keynote

Matt Baker, dr. MERLN, Maastricht
Bioinspired Materials for Biofabrication: towards 3D printing in living tissues

Session Block 2

19:00-19:15

Anton Zernov, Israel Institute of Technology
Development & testing of edible microcarriers

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19:15-19:30

Sebastian Rakers, Bluu
Fish matters – characterization of fish cell cultures for cell-based fish production

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Thursday, December 10

All times are presented in CET.

Session Block 3

16:00-16:30 Keynote

Chair: Nynke van den Akker, dr., Maastricht University
Zhou Guanghong, Prof. dr. Nanjing Agricultural University, China

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Session Block 3

16:30-16:45

Dr. Claire Bomkamp, GFI
What makes a salmon a salmon? Understanding seafood muscle structure to design better scaffolds

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16:45-17:00

Dr. Tom Ben-Ayre, GFI
Textured soy protein scaffolds enable the generation of three-dimensional bovine skeletal muscle tissue for cell-based meat

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Session Block 3

17:00-17:15

Jochen Sieck, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
Economies of Scale: Key Drivers for Cultured Meat Manufacturing

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17:15-17:30

Moein Mir Fakhar, University of Bath
Increasing skeletal myoblasts culture density by an order of magnitude in novel scalable perfusion bioreactors

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Session Block 4

18:00-19:00

Chair: Chris Bryant, dr. University of Bath
Panel LCA, moderator Prof. Mark Post
The LCA panel has three experts on life cycle analysis and will discuss the environmental impact of cultured meat and the methodologies to asses that impact.
Hanna Tuomisto, University of Helsinki
John Lynch, University of Oxford
Ingrid Odegard, CE Delft

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Session Block 4

19:00-19:15

Clarisse Beurrier, University of Cambridge
Anticipatory life cycle and cost of goods assessment of cultured meat  manufacturing processes

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Session Block 4

19:15-19:30

Linsay Ketelings, Maastricht University
A professional view on food safety implications of cellular agriculture

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Friday, December 11

All times are presented in CET.

Session Block 5

16:00-16:30 Keynote

Chair: Sissel Rønning, dr., NOFIMA
Rob Burton, dr. Ruralis, Norway
The future landscapes of cellular agriculture

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Session Block 5

16:30-16:45

Scott Allan, University of Bath
Evaluation of the efficiency of hollow fibre bioreactors for the high cell density culture of myoblast

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Session Block 5

16:45-17:00

Saeed Mazinani, University of Bath
Fouling of polystyrene hollow fibre membranes for cultured meat production

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Session Block 6

17:30-18:30

Panel SE, moderator Hermes Sanctorum, GAIA
The panel on socioeconomic impact will discuss the consequence of cultured meat for jobs, agriculture, economics and inclusivity
Cor Van Der Weele, Wageningen University
Neil Stephens, Brunel University
Matt Clancy, Iowa State University
Keri Szejda, North Mountain Consulting

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Session Block 6

18:30-18:45

Patricia Moore, Content Marketing
“Frankenmeat” Propaganda and the Power of Words:  How to build a successful messaging strategy to bypass barriers and accelerate market adoption

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Session Block 6

18:45-19:00

Diana Bogueva, University of Sydney
Cultured meat, insects and plant-based alternatives –  a comparison of attitudes among Australian’s Generation Z

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