First tasting of Printed Meat

Van Mensvoort
November 5th 2012

Biological physicist Gabor Forgacs normally works on the “printing” of new organs for use in clinical trials, however, his technology could also be used to bioprint meat. In the first demonstration of its kind, Forgacs heats and eats a tasty morsel on stage.

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Posted 06/11/2012 – 16:22

I would be fascinated to learn how did he made the raw material for this meat. He is mentionning soft muscle tissue... well if you need real muscle what's the point. If not real muscle what is the starting cell ? some of those baby cell that can grow in anything ? Then from what are those cell feeding to develop...

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