Cellular Agriculture

  • North Carolina-based biotech startup Jellatech reached a major milestone with the production of cell-based collagen. Only 2 years since it was founded, Jellatech successfully developed of a full-length, triple helical and functional collagen made from their own proprietary cell lines. ​ “This is a major milestone for us and I…

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  • Cocuus, a 3D printed alternative protein company, raises €2.5M funding. The Pre-Series A funding round for the Spanish startup.

    Cocuus, a Spanish technology startup that develops industrial solutions for the production of mimetic food analogues of plant- and cell-based animal protein using 2D/3D laser printing, bioprinting, and robotics, has raised €2.5 million in its Pre Series A funding round to scale its 3D bioprinting technology for the production of…

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  • Humabiologics and REGEMAT 3D to provide human-derived biomaterials. Giving access to the European bioprinting and drug testing market.

    Humabiologics, an industry leader in providing human-derived biomaterials for regenerative medicine, and REGEMAT 3D, a company at the forefront of personalized biofabrication solutions, have entered into a non-exclusive distribution agreement, in a response to the growing demand, and to serve a broader life sciences customer base of industry partners and…

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  • 3DBio Therapeutics reconstructs human ear using bioprinted living tissue. In partnership with the Microtia-Congenital Ear Deformity Institute.

    3DBio Therapeutics, a clinical-stage regenerative medicine company, and the Microtia-Congenital Ear Deformity Institute have conducted a human ear reconstruction using the AuriNovo implant – an investigational, patient-matched, 3D bioprinted living tissue ear implant. This groundbreaking reconstructive procedure, which is in the first-in-human Phase 1/2a clinical trial, is evaluating the safety…

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  • REGEMAT3D raises €515,402 in second round of equity crowdfunding. Enabling further development of tissue and organ bioprinting technologies.

    REGEMAT3D, based in Granada, Spain has completed its second round of equity crowdfunding. Thanks to the participation of more than 500 investors, a total of €515,402 has been raised, which will be used to continue the development of the tissue and organ bioprinting technologies that the company has been marketing…

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  • Lab-grown plant material for 3D printing developed by MIT researchers. The tunable technique is a step towards customizable wood.

    Scientists predict that the world’s forests could disappear in as few as 100 years, due to deforestation. In an effort to provide an environmentally friendly and low-waste alternative to conventional wood-making, researchers at MIT have developed a tunable technique to generate wood-like, lab-grown plant material, which could enable “growing” a…

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  • GOOD Meat, the cultivated meat division of Eat Just, Inc., signed an exclusive multi-year agreement with ABEC, Inc. to design, manufacture, install and commission the largest known bioreactors for avian and mammalian cell culture. GOOD Meat applies cutting-edge science and technology on a mission to create healthier, more sustainable foods,…

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  • Humabiologics partners with Fisher Scientific. To distribute human biomaterials for regenerative medicine research.

    Humabiologics, an industry leader in providing human-derived biomaterials for regenerative medicine, founded by scientists and tissue industry experts to address the gap between the gift of donated human tissues and researchers, and Fisher Scientific, a global leader in life sciences, are partnering to serve researchers in academia and industry who…

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  • Ouro Foods is researching advanced 4D tissue engineering technologies to biofabricate plant- and cell-based food for health applications. Led by Chief Executive Officer Dr. Elizabeth Bennett, Chief Technology Officer Dr. Hakan Gurbuz, and Chief Culinary Officer Craig Dewar (professional chef), the company’s vision is to create a new, customizable protein…

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  • UBC scientists discover how to 3D print testicular cells. The researchers identified promising early signs of sperm-producing capabilities.

    Remember when, in 2017, scientists 3D printed an artificial ovary and implanted it into a sterile mouse, which later gave birth to healthy pups? Now, science has gone one step further by 3D printing testicular cells – showing promising early signs of sperm-producing capabilities. Researchers from The University of British…

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