We are fascinated by scientific questions that are at the interface between chemistry, physics and material science. We develop novel methods for bottom-up directed assembly by utilizing optical and acoustic fields. These fields dictate the spatial distribution of materials, their mesoscopic structure and could allow formation of new hybrid materials.
A key feature of this approach is its modularity, as it could be implemented on various material systems. Due to the flexibility in material choice, this innovative approach will open the door to new ways to act upon materials, with envisioned applications for electronics, photonics and drug delivery systems.
Currently, there is no commercially available method that allows 3D formation of alternative meat cuts in mass quantities. We are revolutionizing this field based on patented technologies developed at our lab. We strongly believe that collaborative innovation is key for advancing the alternative meat industry and making a substantial positive global impact. Check out our new & exciting spin off start-up, Malanta.