Collaborative Research Directory
According to the World Economic Forum, by 2050, satisfying global meat demand with conventional animal agriculture will be impossible1. In response, brilliant scientists and engineers—across academia, industry, and government—are accepting the challenge to build a more resilient and sustainable food system. However, many researchers are at it alone. By breaking down academic silos and building interdisciplinary connections, we can magnify and accelerate the impact of any individual researcher’s work.
Our Collaborative Research Directory makes it easier for researchers like you to find collaborators with complementary skills so that together you can accelerate the transition to the next generation of meat, eggs, and dairy.
In this directory, you’ll find researchers who are already active in the alternative protein space and those who want to begin applying their expertise to this field. This directory also indicates what kinds of collaboration opportunities the researchers are interested in exploring with students, labs, and companies.
See someone whose collaborative interests match up with yours? Reach out to them through LinkedIn or ResearchGate! Everyone in this directory has agreed to be contacted by other researchers, though no commitments are implied. Be sure to check out our short tutorial to get the most out of this resource. If you're already listed in the directory and want to update your information, you can do so using this form.
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Are you looking for an overview of the academic labs driving forward research advancements in our field today? Check out our Scientific Research Database to learn more about the frontier of good food science.