Interdisciplinary Conference on Meat Analogues

Published on
February 12, 2021

With over 30 different lectures from presenters all over the world the second Conference ‘Science & Technology for Meat Analogues’ will present the latest results with the broad expertise of industry and knowledge institutes. Registration is now open.

During this two-day interdisciplinary Conference the latest research insights and findings relating to the technologies for the production of fibrous, plant-based materials on nano- to macro-scale, resembling the structure, the fibrous texture and the juiciness of meat will be presented.

Conference ‘Science & Technology for Meat Analogues’
Date 3 and 4 March 2021
Location online conference
Organiser Wageningen University & Research

Focus and target group

The Conference focusses on the science for meat analogues, ingredients functionality, structuring technologies, product quality and societal impact of meat analogues. It represents an excellent opportunity for researchers, industrial stakeholders and other interested actors to explore potential solutions for better meat analogues.

Young Scientists Event

During the Conference, the ‘Young Scientists Event’ will be held, focussing on networking among young researchers. Young scientists will discuss in small multidisciplinary groups industrial cases relating to meat analogues, and will then pitch their solutions during the closing session of the Conference.

Programme and registration

The Conference is organised by Wageningen University & Research on 3 and 4 March 2021. It will be a online conference. The full Conference programme is now online.

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