Quantifying Insect Cell Nutrition for Use in Cellular Agriculture.

Soule-Albridge, Erin.


  • Cellular agriculture is defined as creating and producing agricultural products such as meat by using cell culture instead of traditional agriculture involving animals. Meat produced via cellular agriculture is called cultured meat which is created by first isolating cells from a donor animal. These initial cells are then multiplied and grown in specific conditions to create meat relevant tissues. ... read more
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  • Soule-Albridge, Erin. "Quantifying Insect Cell Nutrition for Use in Cellular Agriculture." Presentation at the 27th Graduate Research Symposium, Tufts University, April 20, 2022.
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