Cellular Agriculture Australia

Enabling the future of cellular agriculture in Australia

Cellular Agriculture Australia is a not-for-profit dedicated to developing a future-fit workforce, open access research and an enabling environment for a thriving cellular agriculture industry in Australia

Humans are currently eating more meat than our planet can afford

Raising animals for food is resource intensive. The rise in global meat and dairy consumption has dire consequences for our agriculture industry, the environment, human health, biodiversity and animal welfare.

Fortunately, there is an effective way to solve this growing problem. With cellular agriculture, we can create animal-derived products using cells, not whole animals.

We exist to ensure the industry in Australia reaches its impact potential.

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Who We Are

We are a registered Australian charity focused on enabling the future of cellular agriculture in Australia through awareness, education and research.

 

Our Work

Our aim is to ensure Australia has a future-fit pipeline of talent and a thriving research sector dedicated to fundamental research and applied R&D. We believe that a focus in these areas can propel the entire industry forward.

Our Impact

Explore how we have structured our programs, understand our monitoring and evaluation framework and see our impact to date.



What Is Cellular Agriculture?

Cellular agriculture allows us to create animal-derived products using cells, not whole animals using cell-based biotechnologies. It presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to rewrite animal agriculture and have a positive impact on climate change, biodiversity loss, animal suffering and public health.

What You Can Do

Australia is ripe
with research talent
& development opportunities.

By making Australia a world leader in the cellular agriculture sector, we can help transform the way we produce our food and biomaterials in an ethical and sustainable manner.

Be part of this change.

We wouldn’t be here today without our generous donors and sponsors