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Data lakes are repositories of raw data from many sources. These data can be mined for insights or to develop predictive capabilities. In the context of alternative proteins, a data lake could contain anonymized data from processing runs across many manufacturers (for example, readings from sensors integrated throughout the production process). These data could inform processing improvements and process failure troubleshooting with far greater insight than any individual manufacturer would be able to obtain on their own.
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There is a need for deeper fundamental research on the relationships between protein sequence, structure, functionality, and ultimately performance in plant-based food products. While several plant-based companies have claimed a…
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