New Harvest’s research community has a wealth of expert knowledge and New Harvest Fellows are often regarded as some of the leading experts in the field. We’ve been asked to get into the consulting business for years.

Today, we’re making our expert research community available to you.

September 26, 2023

Two Interdisciplinary Teams Tackling Cell Ag: New Govt-Funded Projects

New Harvest was part of two interdisciplinary teams to secure funding for both scientific and social dimensions of cellular agriculture.

September 22, 2023

Think Globally, Act Locally – A Note from the Field

Distributed leadership is the future of cellular agriculture.

September 18, 2023

Creating an Infrastructure for Cultured Meat: Our Open Access Book Chapter in New Textbook

Our new book chapter identifies gaps in the existing innovation infrastructure and possible paths forward to realizing cultured meat and its mission.

July 8, 2023

New Report: The Role of Cell Ag in Sustainable, Resilient and Just Food Systems

A new report shares considerations and recommendations for how the Canadian cellular agriculture industry can support a just transition.

July 5, 2023

(Re)Launching Cellular Agriculture Canada

We’re launching a coalition of diverse key players across Canada – from biomanufacturing to agriculture, R&D to commercialization, training to infrastructure – building the future of cellular agriculture.

Our mandate? To convene and steer Canada’s cellular agriculture ecosystem towards growth, sustainability and global leadership.

June 28, 2023

Calling All Aspiring Cell Ag Profs: Here’s an Opportunity for You

Calling all aspiring cellular agriculture professors! We’re seeking employee no. 1 for the Institute of Cellular Agriculture at the University of Alberta.

June 26, 2023

The US Approvals: What Do They Mean?

This is a milestone in cell ag’s regulatory history, but we have a long way to go to achieve cultured meat’s mission.

June 6, 2023

Our Approach to Corporate Giving

We fiercely protect our independence.

May 23, 2023

Getting to know… Brittany Chambers, Director of Development

Brittany Chambers is New Harvest’s new Director of Development.  She brings a deep knowledge of philanthropy to the team and has spent the past 11 years building development teams, fostering genuine connections with philanthropists of all backgrounds, devising fundraising strategies for small and large organizations, and coaching fundraisers and executives.