The Research Division builds the academic basis for cellular agriculture; not necessarily exclusive to collegiate or university based academia.
Gathering the scholarship around the world on cellular agriculture directly aids in education on the topic and building a cohesive field. Currently, the primary focus of the research division is developing JCAR, the Journal of Cellular Agriculture Research, the world’s first and only academic journal on cellular agriculture. It aims to serve as a central database for scholarship in areas ranging from biotechnology and genetics, to anthropology and sociology. While early in development, JCAR has already caught the interest of top publishers around the world who find the idea of a cellular agriculture journal compelling and worth producing.
Members of the Research Division produce, collect, and critique scholarship related to cellular agriculture.
Current/Working projects include...
Collecting literature directly and indirectly associated with cellular agriculture and cataloguing works.
Collaborating with various initiatives of CAS collecting scholarly efforts on respective topics
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