Announcing our bold, new campaign: "Cellular Agriculture for the Public Good."

We are the global nonprofit
Building the Field of
Cellular Agriculture

New Harvest is a donor-funded research institute advancing the science behind cultured meat.

New Harvest is pioneering the next frontier of agriculture by reimagining the way we make animal products—using cells instead of animals.

It's no secret. Our growing dependence on animal agriculture continues to erode biodiversity, monopolize arable land, and incubate zoonotic diseases.

But it doesn't have to be this way.

We’re developing the research ecosystem and new technologies needed to create a more resilient and responsible global food system.

Learn more about what we do

Guess what? The Consecon Foundation will be matching all donations to New Harvest up to $125,000 this giving season! ***Double your donation, give today!*** In our Year in Review call yesterday, we asked Geoff why he supports New Harvest:   “I work for a charitable foundation that funds climate and environment work and we’re always trying to figure […]

November 15, 2023

Cultivated Meat to Secure Our Future: New Book + Open Access Chapter

“Cultivated Meat to Secure Our Future: Hope for Animals, Food Security, and the Environment”, edited by Michel Vandenbosch and Philip Lymbery has just come out from Lantern Books. This book informs, inspires, and opens debates about cultivated meat through a collection of essays by several major figures in the cellular agriculture world. Contributors include Ira […]

October 27, 2023

Want to start a fellowship program? Here’s our Fellowship Toolkit

The New Harvest Fellowship program has been critical to building the field of cellular agriculture. We’re open sourcing how it is run so you can craft your own.

October 24, 2023

Fifteen New Original Research Publications

In April we shared 45 papers published by New Harvest’s donor-funded researchers. (Here’s part 1 of 7 on the blog.) There have since been 15 new peer-reviewed papers published! It is exciting to see the results of these projects, often many years in the making, come out into the world. The open sharing of research methods […]

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