Challenges and opportunities in cell-based meat production

The AAAS Vic & Tas Branch is pleased to invited you to attend the March Hot Topics in Animal Sciences Webinar with Prof Robyn Warner on Monday 21st March 2022 at 7.30 pm AEST.

Prof. Robyn Warner is a Professor in Meat Science in the School of Agriculture and Food at The University of Melbourne, in Australia. She has received international and national awards for her role on the Meat Standards Australia food grading scheme, and also for her research.  Robyn is very interested in the topic of cell-based meat production and her lab is undertaking research in this area. The area is evolving so fast and the challenges bring together experts across the disciplines of basic muscle biology, chemical engineering, environmental /  food / material science, food chemistry as well as consumer and sensory science. Prof. Warner enjoys undertaking research on fundamental aspects of the biochemistry, biology and biophysics of muscle and food in determining quality.

All are welcome to attend the webinar and discussion which is being held directly before the AAAS Vic & Tas AGM. Only financial members of Vic & Tas AAAS Branch are eligible to vote in the AGM.

Victorian & Tasmanian AAAS Branch Webinar & Annual General Meeting
Mon, Mar 21, 2022 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM (AEDT)

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A reminder to all Vic & Tas members to submit your committee nominations to the AAAS Executive officer (Sue Hatcher by Wednesday 16th March 2022.

Victoria Branch Launch

The launch of a Victorian & Tasmanian Branch for the Australian Association of Animal Sciences (AAAS) has brought together animal scientists from academia, industry and government on the newly formed Vic & Tas Branch Committee.