UCL Department of Biochemical Engineering


Spring into STEM | Cellular Agriculture Part II - Start-ups Farming Fat | Virtual Lecture Series

18 May 2022, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm

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Spring Into STEM: Cellular Agriculture Part II - Start-ups Farming Fat will be given by UCL Biochemical Engineering graduate Mathilde Thoulouze of Hoxton Farms and is one of six presented by UCL Biochemical Engineering, as part of the Spring into STEM webinars from UCL Engineering

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to







Kim Morgan – UCL Biochemical Engineering


United Kingdom

Watch Part 1 here:

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Cellular Agriculture Part 2: Start-ups Farming Fat is the second of our two sessions on cellular agriculture and focuses on how to grow meat.
Processes that produce muscle cells to create meat are only part of the solution, a lot of flavour and texture in conventional farming comes from the fats within the meat, so this also needs to be solved.  Mathilde is a graduate from UCL Biochemical Engineering now working at Hoxton Farms and will talk us through their solution and explain what kind of opportunities and careers this break-through industry has to offer.

Mathilde Thoulouze studied her degree with UCL Biochemical Engineering and now works at Hoxton Farms

These taster lectures will give you a chance to find out about the subjects we teach and research, you'll be able to meet our lecturers and researchers and you can put your questions to the team. We look forward to welcoming you.

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About the Speaker

Mathilde Thoulouze

at Hoxton Farms

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