Here’s part two of our seven part series sharing all 45** of the peer-reviewed publications supported by New Harvest.
This second compilation of papers is all about assessing, measuring, and maximizing the potential impact of cellular agriculture on the world. We look at environmental and socio-political angles of the technology.
These types of papers are critical to informing policy and creating systems of accountability for cellular agriculture as it develops. They are great reads for anyone in the field, regardless of your scientific background
Friendly reminder, a star (*) beside the link indicates that the paper is not open access, but most will be open access so that anyone – inside or outside of academia – can read it. Isn’t it crazy that publicly-funded research isn’t always publicly available? If you’d like to help us make these papers openly available for all, please donate to our Open Access Fund.
Tuomisto, H. L., & Teixeira de Mattos, M. J. (2011). Environmental Impacts of Cultured Meat Production. Environmental Science & Technology, 45(14), 6117–6123.
Stephens, N., Di Silvio, L., Dunsford, I., Ellis, M., Glencross, A., & Sexton, A. (2018). Bringing cultured meat to market: Technical, socio-political, and regulatory challenges in cellular agriculture. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 78, 155–166.
Tomiyama, A. J., Kawecki, N. S., Rosenfeld, D. L., Jay, J. A., Rajagopal, D., & Rowat, A. C. (2020). Bridging the gap between the science of cultured meat and public perceptions. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 104, 144–152.
Post, M. J., Levenberg, S. L., Kaplan, D. J., Genovese, N., Fu, J., Bryant, C., Moutsatsou, P. (2020). Scientific, sustainability and regulatory challenges of cultured meat. Nature Food, 1(7), 403-415.
Tuomisto, H. L., Allan, S. J., & Ellis, M. J. (2022). Prospective life cycle assessment of a bioprocess design for cultured meat production in hollow fiber bioreactors. Science of The Total Environment, 851, 158051.
Holmes, D., Humbird, D., Dutkiewicz, J., Tejeda-Saldana, Y., Duffy, B., & Datar, I. (2022). Cultured meat needs a race to mission not a race to market. Nature Food, 3(10), Article 10.
Stout, A. J., Kaplan, D. L., & Flack, J. E. (2022). Cultured meat: Creative solutions for a cell biological problem. Trends in Cell Biology.
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