Newcastle biotech business CellRev seals £1.4m investment to ramp up work

Newcastle University spin-out CellRev has secured £1.4m in investment funds to scale up its work.
The bio and foodtech company, which was spun out of Newcastle University in 2019 by Dr Martina Miotto under the name CellulaREvolution, aims to address major production challenges in the clean meat production tech sector, and to help change our future meat consumption habits.
The company’s technology provides cellular product developers and manufacturers with a scalable, cost-efficient platform that means cells for gene therapies and lab grown meat can be produced more quickly, efficiently and in greater quantities. The company’s ‘continuous processing’ platform has garnered interest from around the work, …