Scott Allan is a New Harvest Research Fellow and PhD student with the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies at the University of Bath, UK. He is working with Dr. Marianne Ellis and Dr. Paul De Bank on bioreactor design for scaling up cultured meat production, with a focus hollow fiber bioreactors. Prior to this, Scott obtained his Masters degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Bath and has work experience in both upstream and downstream oil & gas.
In this episode, Alex Shirazi interviews Scott about the various types of bioreactors that can be used to grow meat and the unique capabilities of hollow fiber bioreactors.
Transcript is below.