The Cellular Agriculture & Biofabricated Foods course is a semester-long lecture course offered in the Biomedical Engineering Department, and co-taught by graduate students in the Kaplan Lab.
In this course, students are introduced to the concepts of cellular agriculture, food science and the use of biotechnology in food production. Students read journal articles on relevant research in the field, hear from researchers and thought leaders, discuss, and explore the impacts of agricultural biotechnology and novel food production systems, and view food biotechnology through both scientific and entrepreneurial lenses.
Below is our 2022 Class Syllabus:
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