How one founder goals to convey researchers and meals producers collectively round cultured meat
When Clarisse Beurrier was getting her schooling in chemical engineering and biotechnology, she already knew she wished to make a distinction; therefore her participation in Efficient Altruism Cambridge, a corporation devoted to serving to sensible and succesful individuals goal their philanthropic urges on the issues that may have the largest precise influence on the world. She’s now a co-founder at Animal Different Applied sciences, a startup aiming to expedite the commercialization of cultured — aka “lab-grown” — meat.
Clarisse joined us for this week’s episode of Discovered, our interview podcast the place we converse to a unique founder each week. We discuss what Clarisse realized concerning the cultured meat and animal protein different business from her work expertise at a few startups, together with HigherSteaks, and the way that dovetailed with the work she was doing at college to assist her determine a vital hole between science and business. We get into every part from convincing huge, entrenched business heavyweights to embrace change to the challenges of being a first-time founder proper out of faculty.
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