Henri Kunz

Co-founder of STEM

Henri, a leader in the STEM field, has redefined cellular agriculture and developed cellular coffee. STEM has also created a specialised unit for scaling cellular agriculture and biomaterials. Henri co-founded Geneusbiotech, known for patented technologies such as Furoid and LiquidSeries™️, in line with efforts to reduce textile waste. His intuitions on the integration of technology and anti-counterfeiting measures in biotechnology are presented at conferences. He received over 4 million euros in funding for the Furoid project through a Horizon grant, earning the nickname "The James Bond of Biotechnology" for his ingenuity and unconventional approach.


All set for coffee cells

Cellular agriculture is revolutionising the coffee industry: by growing coffee sustainably, it reduces emissions and helps conserve ecosystems.

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