Pathways into Cell Ag
This is the start of your journey into cellular agriculture
Can you see yourself working with some of the world’s greatest minds to produce sustainable, ethical food for our growing population?
We have developed an interactive online tool that will help you navigate a STEM pathway into cellular agriculture.
How does it work?
Start with ‘Major’ to find your area of expertise – each Major will have a list of associated research problems to solve.
Or start with ‘Problems to solve’ to find a list of research problems in cell ag – each Problem will have a list of associated majors
- Filter ✔️
Filter Majors and Problems by the discipline you’re interested in: Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics
- Explore 🧠
Explore Associated Majors and Problems to see what skills you need or how you can apply your existing skills into cellular agriculture
- Save ❤️
Heart your favourite Majors and Problems to save your options
- Find 🎓
Find a University in Australia according to your location – and search for a relevant degree, short course, or research lab!
We couldn’t have developed this resource without the generous support from our web developers, Advisory Board, content reviewers, and the following resources:
- Allan, S. J., De Bank, P. A. and Ellis, M. J. (2019) ‘Bioprocess Design Considerations for Cultured Meat Production With a Focus on the Expansion Bioreactor’, Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 3(44). https://doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2019.00044
- Animal Advocacy Careers. Skills Profiles.
- Ben-Arye, T. and Levenberg, S. (2019) ‘Tissue Engineering for Clean Meat Production’, Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 3(46). https://doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2019.00046
- Campuzano, S. and Pelling, A. E. (2019) ‘Scaffolds for 3D Cell Culture and Cellular Agriculture Applications Derived From Non-animal Sources’, Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 3(38). https://doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2019.00038
- Kadim, I.T., Mahgoub, O., Baqir, S., Faye, B., Purchas, R., (2015) Cultured meat from muscle stem cells: A review of challenges and prospects. Journal of Integrative Agriculture 14, 222-233. https://doi.org/10.1016/S2095-3119(14)60881-9
- New Harvest Fellowship network
- Post, M. J., Levenberg, S., Kaplan, D. L., Genovese, N., Fu, J., Bryant, C. J., Negowetti, N., Verzijden, K. and Moutsatsou, P. (2020) ‘Scientific, sustainability and regulatory challenges of cultured meat’, Nature Food, 1(7), pp. 403-415. https://www.nature.com/articles/s43016-020-0112-z
- Specht, E. A., Welch, D. R., Rees Clayton, E. M. and Lagally, C. D. (2018) ‘Opportunities for applying biomedical production and manufacturing methods to the development of the clean meat industry’, Biochemical Engineering Journal, 132, pp. 161-168. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bej.2018.01.015
- Specht, L. (2019) The Good Food Institute. An analysis of culture medium costs and production volumes for cell-based meat. https://gfi.org/resource/analyzing-cell-culture-medium-costs/
- Specht, L and Crosser, N. (2020) The Good Food Institute. State of the Industry Report Fermentation. https://gfi.org/resource/fermentation-state-of-the-industry-report/
- Stout, A. J., Mirliani, A. B., Soule-Albridge, E. L., Cohen, J. M. and Kaplan, D. L. (2020) ‘Engineering carotenoid production in mammalian cells for nutritionally enhanced cell-cultured foods’, Metabolic Engineering, 62, pp. 126-137. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ymben.2020.07.011
- Swartz, E and Bomkamp, C. (2021) The Good Food Institute. The Science of Cultivated Meat. https://gfi.org/science/the-science-of-cultivated-meat/
- Swartz, E. (2019) ‘Meeting the Needs of the Cell-Based Meat Industry’, Chemical Engineering Progress, 115(10), pp. 41-45. https://gfi.org/images/uploads/2020/02/Cell-Based_Meat_CEP_Oct2019.pdf
- The Good Food Institute. (2020) ‘Alternative Protein Research Database’. The Good Food Institute. https://gfi.org/solutions/
- The Good Food Institute. Student Resource Guide.
- The Good Universities Guide.