When Clarisse Beurrier turned into as soon as getting her education in chemical engineering and biotechnology, she already knew she mandatory to receive a distinction; therefore her participation in Efficient Altruism Cambridge, an organization dedicated to serving to honest and able to us aim their philanthropic urges on the complications that will perchance well have the ideal proper impact on the area. She’s now a co-founder at Animal Change Technologies, a startup aiming to expedite the commercialization of cultured — aka “lab-grown” — meat.
Clarisse joined us for this week’s episode of Stumbled on, our interview podcast where we discuss to a special founder a week. We focus on what Clarisse learned about the cultured meat and animal protein different industry from her work experience at about a startups, including HigherSteaks, and how that dovetailed with the work she turned into as soon as doing in class to support her name an significant gap between science and industry. We receive into all the pieces from convincing stout, entrenched industry heavyweights to comprise trade to the challenges of being a first-time founder correct out of college.
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