Nesli Sozer is a research professor in smart and sustainable food production at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and adjunct professor at Helsinki University. She has more than 20 years expertise on food material science and food ingredient/product design. Nesli is passionate in immersing food science and technology into novel concepts. Currently, she is leading large national and EU funded projects focusing on plant proteins, meat alternatives and cellular agriculture which involves various stakeholders.
Harvesting the best of both worlds: Exploring the potential of hybrid food design
The current state of animal farming is undeniably unsustainable, posing a significant threat to our planet's well-being. Despite this awareness, our consumption of animal-originated foods remains...
Europe's Meeting Place For Alternative Protein Production Solutions