Cellular Agriculture, or Cell-Ag for short, is the science or practice of farming products from animal cells rather than entire animals. This includes but is not limited to food animal products like meat, milk, and eggs, as well as leather, silk and rhinoceros horn. Cellular Agriculture is currently being driven by a small number of individuals globally. Investors fund startups working on cellular agriculture, Companies work towards releasing products commercially, and Non-Profits build the field of cellular agriculture and advance the Neo Movement. The global leaders include Gates Foundation, Cargill, Tyson, SOSV, and Horizon Ventures.
The Harvard Project on Cellular Agriculture dedicated to the advancement of Cellular Agriculture as an academic field. Example projects include the initiation and proliferation of the university course, textbook, and journal on Cellular Agriculture.