2023 Conference Session

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About the Session

Join us for a captivating presentation by Mark Post, the visionary behind the ground-breaking 2013 lab-grown burger, as he reflects on the past decade and provides invaluable insights into the future. Mark, Co-founder & Chief Scientific Officer of Mosa Meat, will take us on a journey through time, sharing his first-hand experiences and observations on the monumental impact of his famous hamburger while offering thought-provoking predictions for the decade ahead.

During the presentation, Mark will delve into the origins and significance of the 2013 burger, which was the world's first lab-grown meat product. He will discuss the technological breakthroughs and scientific advancements that made this feat possible, shedding light on the challenges and milestones encountered along the way. Attendees will gain a unique perspective on the transformational power of cultivated meat and its potential to revolutionize the food industry.

Furthermore, he will provide compelling insights into the future of lab-grown meat and alternative protein production. Drawing on his expertise and experience, he will discuss the possibilities for scaling up production, reducing costs, and making cultured meat more accessible to consumers. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the emerging trends and challenges in the field, such as regulatory frameworks, consumer acceptance, and environmental sustainability.

This presentation will inspire and captivate individuals interested in the future of food and the intersection of technology and sustainability. By reflecting on the past and offering insights into the decade to come, Mark will ignite discussions over the next two days and inspire innovative thinking towards a more sustainable and ethical food system.

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The Future of Protein Production Amsterdam!

Europe's Meeting Place For Alternative Protein Production Solutions

October 23 - 24 2024 | RAI Amsterdam