We believe precision fermentation (PF) will account for more than half of protein production by 2030. Quite understandably, some of you have asked where this technology has come from and whether PF proteins are natural or safe to eat.
Since the release of our report Rethinking Food and Agriculture 2020-2030, some of you have asked us to clarify and spell out exactly what precision fermentation (PF) means – what it is, what it isn’t and how it works.
In my last blog, I talked in some detail about the need for leaders to rethink their road transport climate policy. This involves focusing on zero-emission miles (ZEMs) rather than zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs).
Like it or not, autonomous cars are coming right around the corner, and even the most committed motorheads will soon see the (electric) light.
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