• MBA18 Brad VanStone

    With Brad Vanstone we dive into the alternative dairy solutions he is creating with Willicroft. His cheese and butter alternatives are very tasty. The butter is made from fermented soya beans and has the look and feel of real butter. The post MBA18 Brad VanStone appeared first on MBA: MASTERS OF […]

  • MBA#16 Ivanka Milenkovic

        Ivanka Milenkovic (Ekofungi) is a organic mushroom farmer in Belgrade Serbia teaching a whole new generation of mushroom farmers from all over the world. She trains mushroom farmers globally and many are also joining her academy in Belgrade. Ivanka was trained as a microbiologist and moved […]

  • The warehouse of the future

    While driving past all the new warehouses I could not wonder asking myself if we could design better logistic boxes which do much better that the current solutions. Lets image distribution centers that generate more cash flows and are also climate-positive for the benefit of the investor, user and […]

  • What do ESG’s, SDG’s, GRI, CSR, PPP have in common?

    Are you also struggling with SDGs, ESGs, GRI, Carbon Disclosure, People-Planet-Profit, Circularity, climate mitigation, Sustainability and Innovation and sustainability. I can image. It helps when you breakdown these concepts into (eco)logy, social leadership and (eco)nomy. These three areas are […]

  • MBA#15 Diana Machado de Sousa (Microbial Special Series)

    Multi-culture fermentation is the next frontier for biotech. Can we create a community of microbes who can do the job? We explore various metabolic pathways to learn more about how syntrophic metabolism works. Can we develop natural catalysts by creating robust systems? And what is the effect of […]

  • MBA #14 Gerald Pollack (Microbial Special Series)

    In this episode we will investigate how the unusual characteristics of water (among others Exclusion Zone) is impacting how microbes are living with water. Water is more than H20 as we will learn today, and as such how will it impact how we look at fermentation, bio-remediation and more.  Special […]

  • How aging makes change harder…

    When I was reading one article on linkedin about human inability to act on climate related issues, I realized it is much more common and fundamental. Whether being Corona, personal development, climate change to name a few, in the end adapting to change is not what comes natural to humans. Only […]

  • Animation for storytelling

    How to tell a complex story with multiple entry points? Sustain-ability, Circular (eco)nomy and CSR are all related. And yet we treat them as separate entities. Merging them together requires systemic innovation using the a set of criteria for check and balance. Only those who will succeed in doing […]

  • Systemic Design PHA Value Chain

    Together with RijksUniversiteit Groningen and the stakeholders our students were tasks to create a circular value chain for PHA. It turned out we were able to identify various new valorisation opportunities within the PHA production, with the potential to bring down the cost of PHA with minimal […]

  • MBA#13 Koen Venema (Microbial Special Series)

    In this episode we will investigate our #gut#microbial#system about how and why it is effecting they #health system. We are curious to learn what kind of insights will this provide  for our understanding of microbial systems? How do these microbial #metabolic pathways in the oxygen free […]