The overall target of the CleanMilk initiative is to provide a scientific basis for potential future use of in vitrogrown bovine mammary cells for production of milk constituents. This will examine ifsuch systems in the long perspective can contribute to reduce climate gases and thereby contribute to fulfill Danish climate goals for 2030 and 2050.
The project is financed by the Danish Dairy Research FoundationDescription
01/09-2021 → 31/08-2024
Financing: DFF-Sapere Aude
01/03-2022 → 01/03-2026
GRATIS- projektet er en add-on til projektet ENTRANCE (Eco-efficient pig production and local protein sup-ply), som har til formål at måle klimabelastningen og produktiviteten ved en total eliminering af soja fra produktionen af grisekød.
Projektet er finansieret af Svineafgiftsfonden.Description
01/06-2022 → 30/06-2024
In a balanced meal, meat contribute with proteins, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins, bioactive components, and minerals. However, traditional meat production is challenged, because it draws heavily on land and water resources and contribute significantly to greenhouse gas emission. Cultured meat is a future way to produce the same nutrients, with severely reduced impact on the environment. One of the largest challenges in culturing muscle cells in an economic sustainable way with consumer acceptance is eliminating fetal bovine serum (FBS) from the culture media. This project focuses on efficient modeling of culture media composition without FBS, by identifying and validating the combined effect of animal side-stream derived nutrients supplemented with recombinant growth factors for a cultured meat production in a circular perspective.Description
01/07-2022 → 31/12-2024