Welcome to our curriculum repository

We’re excited for you to use our open-access repository which holds syllabi, slide decks, recorded lectures, and recommended readings from alternative protein courses around the globe. Instructors can adapt and transform these materials to design new courses and other educational programs.

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​​​Thank you for your interest in our curriculum repository.. Whether you’re using this repository for self-guided learning or curriculum design, we hope you find its contents valuable.

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Citing materials from the repository

Please cite any materials used in building your alternative protein curriculum. The materials in our curriculum repository are licensed under Creative Commons BY 4.0. This means you must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. See best practices for attributing CC-licensed materials here.

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This lecture was adapted from “Cellular Agriculture 101” by the David Kaplan group at Tufts University, used under CC BY 4.0.

Submit your materials

Once you have created your own alternative protein curriculum, we encourage you to add your adapted materials to our curriculum repository. As a curriculum developer, you play a vital role in accelerating the development of alternative protein by creating much-needed educational content. Expand the impact of your work beyond your own classroom by empowering educators around the world to adapt your materials to their academic institutions.

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Student impact survey

As an impact-driven organization, we would love to understand the value of our repository and the courses developed utilizing its materials — namely, are these educational materials effective in equipping students with the skills they need to join the alternative protein workforce? Once you launch your educational program, it would be great to hear from your students and capture their insights through the survey linked below. We encourage you to include a link to this survey directly in your materials, such as in your syllabus or at the end of a lecture.

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Student resource guide

This guide will help you steer through the exciting world of alternative proteins.

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Collaborative Researcher Directory

Use this directory to find scientific collaborators in the alternative protein field.

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GFIdeas Community

Learn from and network with experts in alternative protein. GFIdeas is a community for entrepreneurs, scientists, students, and subject matter experts.

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Solutions Database

Explore startup ideas, commercial opportunities, research projects, and investment priorities throughout the alternative protein supply chain.