I'll cut to the chase: we need your help on a critical project.
What is the ideal research infrastructure for cellular agriculture?
We have a plan to answer this question...with your support. The goal of this project is to roadmap the global pre-competitive infrastructure needed—from discovery to commercialization, including tools, facilities, resources, and training—to most effectively advance cellular agriculture.
It’s basically a mapping of what the public sector for cell ag should be. With 19 years of field-building under our belt and a uniquely public vantage point, New Harvest can nail this project like no one else can.
Here’s the problem. We still have $115,112 left to raise by May 15 to make this project a reality. Can you help make it happen? Any and all contributions are appreciated.
May 15 is the hard deadline for us to secure a spot on the world's first industry-led cellular agriculture consortium. This will give New Harvest an important seat at the table with key players focused on addressing critical roadblocks with open, pre-competitive research.
Out of the $255,112 it will cost to run this project, we’ve already raised $140,000 from three incredible donors invested in the future of this field. The sooner we can secure the remaining $115,112, the sooner we can get to work mapping out a public sector for cell ag.
Please give us a hand. Together, we can start building the public sector that will propel cellular agriculture forward.
You can read the full project proposal here. Feel free to email me directly if you have any questions.