Wildtype salmon is now on display in The FUTURES, the Smithsonian’s newest exhibit! We’re thrilled to share that Wildtype salmon nigiri is featured in The FUTURES, the Smithsonian’s newest exhibit. The FUTURES is a part-exhibit, part-festival…
New research on labeling seafood that is cultivated from cells. A new technology emerges, now what do we call it? The first mobile phone was dubbed a “shoe” phone when it launched because it was only the size of a shoe box.
Like many others, we have often wondered where most of our meat comes from and what’s in it. When was the last time any of us had the chance to visit an industrial farming or mariculture operation to learn the answers? Much has been written about…
Winter edition, part 2 of 5: supply and demand The number of companies developing cellular agriculture technology continues to grow. But, are these companies building capacity in the right places? In our last post, we made the business case for a…
Winter edition part 1 of 5: the business case The argument for why we need cell-based meat usually goes something like this: meat production has a devastating impact on the environment. There are also significant public health concerns like…
We are thrilled to announce that Wildtype has expanded its base of supporters to include our friends at Spark Capital, Root Ventures, Mission Bay Capital, and a number of angel investors. We are also delighted to welcome Spark’s John Melas-Kyriazi…