National Science Foundation Awards UC Davis $3.55 Million for Cultivated Meat Research

The U.S. government awarded a total of $3.55 million, to be dispersed over five years, to a team of researchers at UC Davis for open-access cultivated meat research. The researchers will receive $1.15 million upfront and unlock an additional $2.4 million upon demonstration of sufficient progress in the first two years of the project. This grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) represents the U.S. government’s biggest investment in cultivated meat research ever. It’s also the first cultivated meat grant that the U.S. government has awarded to a university and not to a company.

Source: National Science Foundation Awards UC Davis $3.55 Million for Cultivated Meat Research – The Good Food Institute

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