Peiran Zhu, the founder of MOODLES, graduated from Anhui University with a bachelor's degree in new energy materials and devices. During his master's degree, he went to the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in the United States and obtained a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering. During his study abroad, he won a full scholarship and made a number of scientific research achievements. After returning to China, Peiran Zhu co-founded an orthopedic 3D printing company and served as CTO. During his working period, he led the research and development of several new high-speed additive manufacturing equipment. In 2019, Peiran Zhu went to Westlake University to pursue his Ph.D. in material engineering, and his research direction is new biological 3D printing materials and biological manufacturing methods. In July 2021, he took a leave of study to set up MOODLES, which is committed to continuing to revolutionize the traditional Food industry and Chinese people's traditional eating habits with multidisciplinary innovation, and redefine the next generation of Super Food.
We are familiar with using plants to imitate meat, but have you ever tried using meat to make staple foods such as rice and noodles? For Chinese people, staple food is an indispensable part of our daily diet structure. But as consumers continue to pursue a healthier diet, high-protein, low-carb diets are gradually gaining popularity. When 3D printing meets staple food, what kind of spark will be created?