How Sustainable Is Lab-Grown Meat?

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Artificial Meat Can Feed 2,650 Villagers for $240 Per Pound – Dutch Researchers

May 22, 2014 by  
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We’ve seen artificial meat in laboratories and one-off multi-thousand dollar dinners, but can this artificially grown meat support a community? Dutch researchers from the Wagenigen University want to conduct a study to answer this very question, to which end they propose to create village-level “meat factories.” Building on the university’s study with test-tube burgers last year, this new project would produce a variety of artificial meats, including beef, pork , and chicken . Read the rest of Artificial Meat Can Feed 2,650 Villagers for $240 Per Pound – Dutch Researchers Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: artificial beef , artificial chicken , artificial meat , artificial pork , cultured meat , in-vitro meat , lab grown meat , Lab-Grown , stem cells , Wagenigen University

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Daniel Libeskind Unveils Twisting Vanke Shitang Pavilion for 2015 Milan Expo

May 22, 2014 by  
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BiteLabs Wants to Mix Animal Meat and Celebrity DNA to Create Artisinal Salami

March 3, 2014 by  
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A new startup wants to give fans a chance to sample lab-grown meat infused with the DNA of their favorite celebrities!  BiteLabs  has creepy plans to make salami comprised of manufactured animal meat and human tissue from celebrities like James Franco, Jennifer Lawrence, Kanye West, and Ellen DeGeneres – taking meat alternatives to an absurd new level. Read the rest of BiteLabs Wants to Mix Animal Meat and Celebrity DNA to Create Artisinal Salami Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: BiteLabs , celebrity DNA salami , Ellen DeGeneres salami , human meat grown in a lab , James Franco salami , Jennifer Lawrence salami , Kanye West Salami , lab grown meat , lab-grown salami , meat alternatives        

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Dutch Butcher Makes an Environmentally Friendly Version of the “Frankenburger”

September 10, 2013 by  
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For those who don’t love the idea of eating burgers made from lab-grown meat, a Dutch company has produced a vegetarian version of the “Frankenburger.” Vegetarian Butcher transforms vegetables and plants into “meat” to make hamburgers with an environmental footprint that is seven times lower than of a real hamburger, according to the company’s founder Jaap Korteweg. Read the rest of Dutch Butcher Makes an Environmentally Friendly Version of the “Frankenburger” Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Dutch butcher , Eco friendly food , Frankenburger , lab grown meat , lab-grown beef , low carbon footprint , organic food , soy-based food , sustainable food , urban food source , vegetarian butcher , vegetarian frankenburger , veggie burgers        

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Modern Silicom House in Madrid Peeks Out from a Leafy Allotment

September 10, 2013 by  
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Zaha Hadid Unveils Winning Tokyo Olympic Stadium Design and It’s Green!

September 10, 2013 by  
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Over 200,000 People Apply to Become First Colonizers of Mars

September 10, 2013 by  
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The numbers are in, and in just six months a seemingly phenomenal 202,586 people have applied to join the very first Mars colony . Frequently dubbed a “suicide mission,” the $4 billion Mars One non-profit venture plans to send a team of four individuals on what may very well be a one way trip to the red planet. The U.S. formed the most enthusiastic applicant pool (24%), while other applicants came from another 139 countries. Read the rest of Over 200,000 People Apply to Become First Colonizers of Mars Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Bas Lansdorp , elon musk , live on mars , mars applicants , mars colony , mars exploration , mars one , martian life , space travel , spacex        

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$325,000 Lab-Grown Burger to be Served Up in London Next Month

May 13, 2013 by  
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Photo via Shutterstock Scientists have been growing petri dish hamburgers from cultured meat specimens for the last few years, but Dr. Mark Post wants to make lab-made a consumer reality. The Maastricht-based researcher has been developing a beef muscle in vitro burger that he plans to serve up to attendees at an event in London next month – at price tag of $325,000 ! The burger is made up of 20,000 strips of cultured muscle, and Post plans to prepare it by adding only salt and pepper to enhance its lab-grown flavor. Read the rest of $325,000 Lab-Grown Burger to be Served Up in London Next Month Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Dr. Mark Post , eco design , green design , in-vitro meat , lab grown meat , stem cell meat , sustainable design , synthesized meat        

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PayPal Co-Founder Peter Thiel Invests Big Money in 3D-Printed Steaks

August 17, 2012 by  
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Grilled Beef Steak photo from Shutterstock Billionaire PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel is putting his money where his mouth is – by investing hundreds of thousands of dollars in an American company that makes 3D-printed meat. The Thiel Foundation has reportedly agreed to give Missouri-based Modern Meadow between £160,000 to £220,000 to work on their lab-grown steaks, which are an animal-friendly and more sustainable option to slaughtered meat. Considering that Thiel was right on the money when he helped start PayPal, we’re very interested to see if faux meat could be the next big thing. Read the rest of PayPal Co-Founder Peter Thiel Invests Big Money in 3D-Printed Steaks Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 3d printed steaks , 3d-printed meat , Breakout Labs , fake meat , faux meat , lab grown meat , lab made meat , lab meat , lad grown meat , modern meadow , paypal , paypal founder , paypal founder fake meat , Thiel Foundation

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