Event description

Join us on July 18th for our next Science of Alt Protein seminar where Dr. Jette Feveile Young will share insights into the CellFood hub at Aarhus University. The CellFood hub aims to include more and different research environments from the university into cellular food research. She will also give examples of the research conducted on cultivated meat aspects from her own lab at the Institute of Food Science, including cell culture media without FBS, a cyclic bio-economy concept, and basic investigations of lipid incorporation and maturation of cells postharvest with perspectives for taste development.

*Please note: This seminar will not be recorded, so you will need to attend the live presentation to benefit from our speaker’s insights.

Meet the speaker

Dr. Jette feveile young

Dr. Jette Feveile Young

PROFESSOR
AARHUS UNIVERSITY, DENMARK

Jette Feveile Young is a professor at the Institute of Food Science, Aarhus University, where she has been leading a science group on Differentiated and Biofunctional Food since 2009. She holds an M.Sc. in Food Science from the University of Copenhagen and a Ph.D. from the University of Wales. She did a Post Doc at the Institute of Human Nutrition at the University of Copenhagen and pursued her career at the Danish Institute of Agricultural Research and now at Aarhus University where her research focuses on meat quality as well as studying the nutritional effects of naturally occurring food components using in vitro cell-based model systems. More than 20 years of research experience within meat science and nutrition including in vitro cell-based techniques has led to Dr. Young’s research in several aspects of cultivated meat. She is involved in and leads several projects including a CellFood hub at Aarhus University.

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