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Exploring the Future of Sustainable Foods and Chemicals: Highlights from Brisbane's SBA Seminar 2023

Recap of Brisbane's SBA Seminar 2023: Sustainable Food & High-Value Chemicals. Inspiring speakers Claudia Vickers & Madeline Smith shared their groundbreaking research on animal-free dairy, precision fermentation, & microorganisms.

Mar 14, 2023

Our Brisbane SBA seminar at the iconic Precinct on February 10, 2023, was a smashing success, with a fantastic turnout of 45  attendees. The highlight of the event was undoubtedly the two incredible guest speakers, who shared their groundbreaking research and left the audience in awe.

Claudia Vickers, the Chief Scientific Officer of Eden Brew, wowed us with her insights into the innovative world of animal-free dairy and precision fermentation. Her talk was a game-changer for anyone interested in the future of sustainable food.

Claudia Vickers, CSO at Eden Brew sharing her insights on sustainable foods.

But the excitement didn't stop there. Madeline Smith, a Master's student at QUT, shared her groundbreaking research on microorganisms and how they can be used to create high-value chemical compounds. Her insights left us feeling hopeful for the future of science.

Madeline Smith, a Master's student at QUT, shared her research on using microorganisms for creating high-value chemical compounds.

But this seminar wasn't just about academic presentations. We also had the chance to network with other like-minded individuals and hear from Claudia Vickers about the challenges and considerations of academic-industry collaborations. And to top it off, we indulged in some delicious pizza and beer, making the evening both informative and enjoyable.

This seminar was open to everyone, regardless of scientific background. So why not join us for our next event? You won't want to miss out on an evening of fascinating science, great food, and even better vibes.

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