Alternative protein promises to shift our food supply away from its dependence on conventional animal agriculture and its consequences on climate change, global food insecurity, public health, and animal welfare. But transforming the food system is a vast, multidisciplinary effort that requires thinkers from all different disciplines ranging from synthetic biology and chemical engineering to economics and data science. Join this panel of scientists, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and movement-builders as they discuss the case for rethinking meat, illuminate diverse career pathways into the burgeoning field of alternative protein, and share their ideas on how you can make a positive impact. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Panelists will include:
- Nicole Negowetti, Lecturer at Harvard Law School (animal law, food law, policy)
- Kyle Fish, PhD candidate in Biomedical Engineering at the Kaplan Lab, Tufts University
- Jen Lamy, Sustainable Seafood Initiative Manager at The Good Food Institute
- Moderated by Amy Huang (’17), University Innovation Specialist at The Good Food Institute
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