Interviews Archive

By: Alexander J. Taylor Good morning Alex! Thanks for joining me in this interview for Science Meets Food.  First off, would you mind telling me a bit about yourself – your name, your occupation, and how about your favorite...
Jhaelynn Elam
By: Alex Pierce and Mackenzie Hannum Recently, Mackenzie and I were able to sit down and interview Jhaelynn Elam, not only a Sensory Scientist at a global consumer products company but also the CEO and founder of Sizije, a...
By: Alex Pierce-Feldmeyer Last year, I attended the annual Cincinnati, OH coffee festival. In attendance were local coffee vendors and speakers, Austin Childress being one of them. Speakers touched on everything from how to brew at home to the...
By: Abbey Thiel Following in the footsteps of the open source software movement, seed varieties are being pledged as open source, providing an alternative beyond the expensive, licensed options currently on the market. Both these industries are plagued by...
By: Amanda Sia, Abbie Sommer and Mackenzie Hannum Featured Image by Pickwriters “The time for food is now.” – Maria Velissariou Food science is a major and a career that spans across many disciplines. Some people study chemistry, microbiology,...
By: Amanda Sia, Abbie Sommer and Mackenzie Hannum Featured Image by Pickwriters As a young girl in Greece, Maria Velissariou never imagined she would end up as Vice President for PepsiCo Nutrition R&D with responsibility for global grains, dairy and...
By: Alex Pierce-Feldmeyer Kitchen Theory (KT) is a lot like a world-class athlete: extremely talented, detail-oriented, awe-inspiring and eager to learn. Kitchen Theory is a design studio with a chef’s table and a research laboratory. Kitchen Theory also serves...