Yuki Hanyu

Shojinmeat Project | Integriculture

Yuki Hanyu is an Oxford graduate with a PhD in Chemistry, and founder of the Shojinmeat Project and Integriculture Inc. During his PhD, Yuki worked in the field of nanofabrication, the study of manipulating atoms and molecules. The field spans surface science, organic chemistry and biochemistry.

After working as a post-doctoral research staff in Tohoku University for 2010-2012, Yuki worked as a research scientist for Systems Engineering Laboratory, Toshiba Research and Development Center for October 2012 - December 2014, developing battery-based electric energy storage systems as part of the public infrastructures team.

In 2015, Yuki founded Integriculture Inc., a registered company. The company aims to develop large-scale cell culture technology that ultimately leads to "in vitro meat."