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Novel Strain Engineering and Development for Alternative Proteins

: 26 Mar 2024 - 28 Mar 2024

: San Francisco, United States

Sector: Cellular Agriculture

Type: Conference - In person


The Novel Strain Engineering & Development for Alternative Proteins Summit draws on our esteemed Fermentation-Enabled Alternative Protein Series, shifting to a specialized focus on transforming your strain engineering and optimization by leveraging the power of microfluidics, ultra-high throughput, and advanced genetic tools.

 

Advancements in AI and ML have been paving the way for precision fermentation-derived alternative protein success. With the global microfluidics market expected to reach $23.7 million by 2033, coupled with opportunities where we saw Google partner with Ginkgo, EV Biotech, and Shiru investing in alternative proteins of the future, now is an exciting time to spark innovation with novel alternative proteins. This is evident as the fermentation-derived alternative protein market is expected to excel at an annual growth of 14% from now until 2031 – with investments flooding in for strain engineering efforts for protein production. Now is an exciting time to spark innovation with novel alternative proteins.

 

Discover the full program here.

 

To align with the surge of marketplace investments for the production of alternative proteins, and the excitement we’re seeing with automation of the future to inform strain development, we have lots in store for you:

  • Unlocking metabolic modelling potential to better engineer your pathways for enhanced productivity and yield
  • Delving into microfluidics to accelerate engineering and precisely characterize strains of interest for desired end-product outcomes
  • Pairing CRISPR with predictive ML to better inform genetic modification decision-making and enhance precision accuracy
  • Exploring post-translational modifications to enhance structure and stability upon production to minimize later-stage failures

What’s more, our workshop day will introduce you to all things ML and high throughput, with the likes of Perfect Day, Nourish Ingredients, All G Foods, New Culture, Liven Proteins, UC Davis, University of Texas, and Lawrence Berkeley Labs to name a few.

 

View your copy of the jam-packed agenda here.

 

Enter promo code STRAINNP10 to avail of a 10% discount on your ticket

 

Here's what our speakers have to say:

 

I’m excited to hear about our industry’s various approaches and best practices to streamline strain engineering and quickly get to product sales.” – Neil Adames, Senior Scientist I, Strain Engineering, New Culture
 
"I'm really excited about this unparalleled opportunity to connect with industry leaders and to learn about novel approaches in strain development that have made a critical difference in their protein product development. " – Ondrej Halgas, Lead Protein Scientist, Liven Proteins
 
Excited about connecting with fellow researchers and gaining insights into the latest best practices and technologies that can optimize the development of strains for alternative protein production!” – Yi-Hsuan Chiang, Director of Biology, Oobli

Venue

San Francisco
United States


Organizer

Hanson Wade


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