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‘Frankenstein’ meat grown in petri dish in space for first time

‘Frankenstein’ meat grown in petri dish in space for first time

(Credit: iStock) Lab-grown meat has been created in space in an experiment that's truly out of this world. Israeli and Russian scientists cultured the tiny piece of beef from stem cells while aboard the International Space Station, 248 miles above the Earth's surface. Cow cells were harvested back on our planet and blasted to the station where they

Astronauts Grow ‘Space Meat’ But Admit Taste ‘Needs to Be Improved'

Astronauts Grow ‘Space Meat’ But Admit Taste ‘Needs to Be Improved'

Israeli food startup Aleph Farms announced on 7 October that it had successfully grown meat in space. “In a joint experiment on #InternationalSpaceStation, we successfully produced #cultivatedmeat regardless to the availability of land and local water resources. This is one milestone towards promising sustainable food anywhere!” the company said in

ISS experiment makes meat in microgravity using a 3D bioprinter     - CNET

ISS experiment makes meat in microgravity using a 3D bioprinter - CNET

Enlarge Image Aleph Farms unveiled an early version of its lab-grown meat in late 2018. Aleph Farms While meat-alternative companies like Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat are lighting up the grills in fast-food restaurants, other groups are looking at ways to grow actual meat in the lab. Israeli startup Aleph Farms is one of these. Aleph Farms partnered

First meat grown in space lab 248 miles from Earth

First meat grown in space lab 248 miles from Earth

Lab-grown meat has been successfully cultured in space for the first time. The Israeli food technology startup Aleph Farms grew the meat on the International Space Station , 248 miles (339 km) away from any natural resources. Bovine cells were harvested on Earth and taken to space, where they were grown into small-scale muscle tissue using a 3D bioprinter

‘Frankenstein’ meat grown in petri dish in space in world first

‘Frankenstein’ meat grown in petri dish in space in world first

LAB-GROWN meat has been created in space in an experiment that’s truly out of this world. Israeli scientists cultured the tiny piece of beef from stem cells while aboard the International Space Station, 248 miles above the Earth’s surface. Alamy Scientists have grown meat on board the International Space Station[/caption] Cow cells were harvested back