Millow is proud to be a spin-off of Borås University, leveraging the university’s extensive expertise in mycelium science and research. We strongly believe in fostering robust collaborations between researchers, trade, and industries to realize the full potential of science in improving our daily lives’ quality.
“Over the years, we have researched many products and collaborated with industry. The most important thing we have focused on is mycelium (fungus) as an alternative to meat, where we have succeeded in developing a concept with smart technical scalability and economic viability together with success-driven industrialists,” said Mohammad Taherzadeh, Professor of Bioprocess Technology at the University of Borås, and research leader in the Resource Recovery research area.Research on fungi behind technology for new sustainable meat substitute. (n.d.). Högskolan I Borås. https://www.hb.se/en/about-ub/current/news-archive/2023/mars/Research-on-fungi-behind-technology-for-new-sustainable-meat-substitute/