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Mealworms, algae make a tasty dish at London fest

[UK] In a project subsidised by the global health foundation, the Wellcome Trust, Hamilton, a micro-biologist by training, and Jack were cooking 40 covers twice a day from a make-shift kitchen at the base of a tree at the Shuffle Film Festival in an East London Continue reading Mealworms, algae make a tasty dish at London fest

The future of food: cultured meat, 3D-printed meals, GM crops, Soylent and seaweed

In 15 years’ time, there’s a chance some of the beef you consume will have been grown in a test tube. The cow never would have had a beating heart, nor a brain, nor would it have seen a paddock or a feedlot. It would just be a Continue reading The future of food: cultured meat, 3D-printed meals, GM crops, Soylent and seaweed

Scientists Figure Out How To Make Steaks From Plants and Algae

Eating meat is a way of life for a lot of people. Not many people can resist a big, fat, juicy burger or a slab of steak sizzling away, and they might not have to try either, even if they’re looking at cutting back for health reasons.

Researchers are hard at work now Continue reading Scientists Figure Out How To Make Steaks From Plants and Algae