GFI and collaborators model the quantities and cost profiles of growth factors and recombinant proteins needed for a mature cultivated meat industry.
Elliot Swartz, Ph.D.
New studies show cultivated meat can have massive environmental benefits and be cost-competitive by 2030
Cultivated meat can compete on costs and have a lower environmental footprint compared to conventional meat production.
GFI's Cultivated Meat Research Tool Directory crowdsources resources to help researchers find the information they need to carry out cultivated meat research and development.
In order to reach cost parity with conventional meat, the cultivated meat industry will require additional participation from scientists in both industry and academia.