Fruit flies help Future Fields fuel sustainable growth
Future Fields co-founder and COO Jalene Anderson-Baron talks about building a company that uses fruit flies to more sustainably generate a key ingredient for life sciences R&D, while building a culture that is sustainable for its workers, too. Faaiza Ramji and Karen Unland also check in on some other cellular agriculture news.
- Future Fields
- Jalene Anderson-Baron
- Future Fields COO Wins Alberta Woman Entrepreneur of the Year
- New building at 11130 105 Ave.
- Future Fields won the award for best startup workplace at the 2022 YEG Startup Community Awards
- Future Fields CEO Matthew Anderson-Baron Cultivated meat as climate tech
- Episode 2 with Lejjy Gafour at New Harvest 2022
- Episode 21 with Ryan Tucker of G2V Optics
- Feb. 26, 2021: Local cellular agriculture company ships first commercial product, raises US$2.2M in seed funding
- Feb. 2, 2022: Future Fields co-founder Lejjy Gafour joins CULT Food Science
- Startup TNT
- Health Innovation Hub
- Raised in cattle country, Isha Datar now promotes cellular agriculture, meat grown in laboratories
- New Harvest
- Cellular Agriculture for the Public Good campaign
- CULT Food Science
- CULT Food Science Joins New Harvest in Launching "Open Cell Ag" Cellular Agriculture Network of Excellence
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