Cellular agriculture

“FEASTS”, a program supported by the EU, aims to study lab-grown meat and seafood as potential sources of protein in the future

Quotes from Vegconomist, February 2, 2024 A new EU-funded research program, FEASTS, which stands for Fostering European Cellular Agriculture for…

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Fish cultivation project launched by India’s Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute

Quotes from Vegconomist, January 29, 2024 A new initiative to farm fish has been started by India’s CMFRI, according to…

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Producing meat with self-generating growth factors reduces expenses

Quotes from News Medical, January 27, 2024 Tufts University A new way of making meat from cells that grow in…

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Developing Solutions in the Field of Cellular Agriculture

Quotes from Tufts Now, January 10, 2024 By Sara Norberg Students in a biomedical engineering course are encouraged to tackle…

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Hoxton Farms hires from GOOD Meat and Aleph Farms to speed up cultivated fat production

Quotes from Vegconomist, December 14, 2023 Hoxton Farms recruits executives from GOOD Meat and Aleph Farms to drive cultivated fat…

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Why China’s alternative protein market matters?

Abigail Lee, Keenya Hofmaier, Helena Wright Food security considerations are shaping the direction of China’s market for protein sources beyond animals The…

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3D Bio-Tissues Opens Office in Hong Kong to Commercialise its Flagship Cell Media in China

UK-based clinical and cell ag company 3D Bio-Tissues (3DBT) has recently expanded internationally with a new office in Hong Kong to introduce its flagship…

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Achieving net negative emissions is possible for the food sector by 2050

By Alexander Beadle The advent of new agricultural technologies could help the food sector cut out billions of tons of…

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Qkine partners with the UK’s new £12M cellular agriculture manufacturing hub, CARMA, to revolutionize sustainable food production

Qkine is excited to announce a new partnernship with the UK’s new £12M cellular agriculture manufacturing hub, CARMA. The EPSRC-funded…

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Scientists mix plant biology and food science to study cellular horticulture for fruit

Scientists in New Zealand are culturing plant cells to grow fruit without a tree, vine or bush, with initial trials…

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