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Meat-cultivation machines offered to Japanese students to grow market

by Futures Centre, Jan 29
1 minute read

A Japanese startup is giving students meat-growing machines the size of microwaves.  The Tokyo lab-grown meat company Integriculture has founded a non-profit project called the Shojinmeat Project which gives students the means to play around with cell cultivation. According to founder and chemist Yuki Hanyu, the project seeks to take something academic, hand it over to the public, then apply what user lessons to the commercial product, all the while extending the market for lab-grown meats.

 

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