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Companies look to turning landfill methane into protein

by Futures Centre, Sep 28
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Interesting article today about turning landfill methane into protein:

 

Mitsui and science startups look to landfill gas for sustainable food for the future | The Japan Times

Imagine a world where gas emitted from landfills can be turned into edible protein that ends up on your plate as a burger or a steak. That’s what some scientists are hoping for. Calysta Inc. in California and String Bio in the Indian city of Bangalore are among biotechnology firms that have separately discovered ways to turn methane into protein.

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