3D printer can produce synthetic meat from vegetable proteins
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Sustainability is often at the forefront of consumer's minds when making product choices. Springwise has seen various innovations capitalising on this trend, such as in the textile industry through creating new fibres from bio-waste. It has also had an impact on people's eating habits, with a student creating a whole range of foods based on lichen. Now a researcher has developed a way of creating synthetic meat using vegetable proteins and a 3D printer. Giuseppe Scionti is a Barcelona-based researcher and the brains behind Nova Meat. For the last ten years, much of Scionti's work has focused on biomedicine and tissue engineering.…
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