Hannah Chang is really excited to be collaborating with Kaplan's Lab at Tufts University. Currently studying at Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen, Hannah Chang will soon be graduating from her Master's program in Agrobiotechnology. Fascinated by the concept of cellular biotechnology, she has focused on this throughout her degree program; it has been a recurring theme throughout her studies on plant and animal production, as well as nutritional sciences. More specifically, through her academic pursuits, she's been drawn to the concept of cellular biotechnology in cultivated meat. Yet, this is still such a niche area that, unfortunately, at the moment there are no professors doing related research at Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen. Instead, Hannah is therefore planning to undertake her Master's thesis in David Kaplan's Laboratory. She'll be supported by a professor from Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen, who is conducting research in the field of agricultural waste. This arrangement will work well, as it will enable Hannah to adopt a bilateral approach, leveraging insights from both Germany and the United States.