October 04, 2016 at Sibley Auditorium (Bechtel Engineering Center) in Berkeley.
Yet, with science it’s possible! Cal’s very own Professor Michael Eisen, one of the head food science advisors at Impossible Foods, will be giving Food Science and Technology at Cal’s first tech talk of the year! Join us as we discuss the sensory science and chemical engineering behind plant-based meat, and more!
**Impossible Foods swag will be handed out!**
ABOUT IMPOSSIBLE FOODS:
They are a fast-growing startup in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley and are on a mission to make the global food system more sustainable. Their team consists of world-class scientists, engineers, food developers and business professionals, from molecular biologists to supply-chain managers. For more information, visit their website: www.impossiblefoods.com
ABOUT PROFESSOR MICHAEL EISEN AND THE EISEN LAB:
Professor Michael Eisen and the Eisen Lab, on top of their work with Impossible Foods, concern themselves with transcriptional enhancers, Zelda and the specification of enhancer identity in the early Drosophila embryo, enhancer evolution, developmental timing, microbial manipulation of animal behavior, and the interactions between flies and yeasts. For more information on Eisen Lab, visit their website: www.eisenlab.org
ABOUT FST AT CAL:
Food Science and Tech at Cal aims to bring together students at UC Berkeley who share a passion for food science and related technologies. During the year we bring in guest speakers and go on factory tours to provide a real-world look into the food industry, conduct student-led research through the College of Chemistry, hold educational workshops to teach about food science concepts, and work together to develop innovative food ideas for competition. Our club is open to all UC Berkeley students of any major. For more information, visit our website: www.fst.berkeley.edu