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04.08.2021 | Published by bit.bio

Breakthrough that could take cultured meat to supermarket | bit.bio

July 14, 2021 | Featured on Business Weekly

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CAMBRIDGE, Wednesday 14 July 2021 —On Wednesday 14 July 2021, bit.bio attended The Babraham Investor Conference 2021 (BIC), an event for investors focusing on early-stage and scale-up life science and med-tech companies. bit.bio Co-Founder Florian Schuster was the second scale-up speaker.

opti-ox™ was first developed to create an unlimited and consistent supply of human cells but early on, its potential for the clean meat industry caught the eye of Daan Luining, the founder of Dutch-based food tech startup Meatable. The great challenge for them was transforming these animal stem cells into something consumers could eat.

 

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The team, from left to right: Anne-Claire Guenantin, Madeleine Garrett, Patrick Thomas, and Sara Gomes.

 

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