Impossible Foods Must Ask Harder Scientific Questions

Techcrunch posted a very interesting interview on 22nd of May 2017, titled “Impossible Foods CEO Pat Brown says VCs need to ask harder scientific questions”. After reading the article, I had to check that I wasn’t reading The Onion. In the interview, Pat Brown attacks the clean meat industry and VCs with claims that wereContinue reading “Impossible Foods Must Ask Harder Scientific Questions”

Cricket Is Just a Better Chicken

One of the main arguments insect food companies bring out in their communication is comparing the environmental impact of  insects to conventional meats like beef, pork, fish and chicken. There is no denying that insects are clearly the best choice from this group, but in most cases comparing insects to other animals is not relevant.Continue reading “Cricket Is Just a Better Chicken”

Semi-Automatic Water Station for Crickets

In 2015 I was working on multiple projects to find ways to help insect farmers with their two main issues: Farming requires too much manual work and that there are too many risks in farming. One solution to fight these two issues was a prototype of Semi-Automatic Water Station for Crickets. I designed the followingContinue reading “Semi-Automatic Water Station for Crickets”

Starter Kit for Ento-Entrepreneurs

Lately, quite a few people have reached out for me for tips for starting a new Insect for Food and Feed- companies. I am very happy to see the industry growing and it is my pleasure to help out. To make your starting easier I have here collected some links and tips on how toContinue reading “Starter Kit for Ento-Entrepreneurs”

2016 Was a Successful Year!

It is the time of the year to look back and anticipate a little bit the future as well. The amount of visitors and pages viewed on this site more doubled even though I was able to contribute less on writing. The reason to the slowing pace of blog posting was that I started myContinue reading “2016 Was a Successful Year!”

The Entomology Industry is Entering a New Era

I have been updating the Entomology Company Database in this site now for 1,5 years and the list of active companies has been growing a month after a month until this summer. There was a two month break that I didn’t find a single new company and when I finally did find the summer’s firstContinue reading “The Entomology Industry is Entering a New Era”

How I Created and Published an Audiobook

In April 2016 my thesis Risk Management in the Supply Chains of Entomology Farms was published as an audiobook in all major platforms like iTunes, Audiobooks.com and Audible. I got the idea to do the audio version after hearing multiple sources that “yeah the thesis sounds really interesting, but I do not have the timeContinue reading “How I Created and Published an Audiobook”

Entomology Patent Database Analysis

Some of you might have already noticed that I have opened a new tab to my page called “Entomology Patent Database”. This is a one more database project I have, this time I have collected insect rearing related patents to a file, analyzed them and put them into the right category. The study of patentsContinue reading “Entomology Patent Database Analysis”

Competitive Intelligence in the Entomology Industry

Here is a text a I wrote some time ago for a project and I thought this would be of interest for a wider audience as well. It is about competitive intelligence especially in the entomology industry. What are the aspects you should look into and how to collect the relevant information? Enjoy! How the intelligenceContinue reading “Competitive Intelligence in the Entomology Industry”

Database Analysis; The Chosen Species

I published my Entomology Company Database in this website about one week ago. I already got a lot of positive feedback and also people informed me of missing companies and mistakes, thank you for that! I will keep on updating the database from now on, if you spot a line that needs updating, let meContinue reading “Database Analysis; The Chosen Species”