Dr. Ivana Gađanski from the BioSens Institute received the prestigious Good Food Institute grant

Dr. Ivana Gađanski from the BioSens Institute received the prestigious grant from the well-known American organization Good Food Institute. It has been ranked among 14 winners from around the world for granting this grant in the field of researching alternative methods of meat production.

Within its project, Ivana Gađanski will deal with the latest world research in the field of cellular agriculture, in order to provide enough food for the growing world population. Cell agriculture proposes innovative methods of meat production in the laboratory, cultivation of cells derived from muscle tissue of animals.

Dr. Gađanski and a team of researchers from the Biosens Institute will develop new types of sensors for monitoring cell quality during meat cultivation, on a microfluidic model.

Dr Gađanski spent a year as Fulbright visiting professor at Columbia University, USA, in the world's most famous tissue engineering laboratory, after which she returned to Serbia where she is currently applying her knowledge. He is a member of BioSens team since 2017.