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3-D Meat: Printer Produces Plant-Based Substitute

Jun 04, 2019 08:29PM

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Researcher Giuseppe Scionti, owner of Nova Meat, in Barcelona, Spain, has developed a synthetic meat substitute using vegetable proteins that imitate protein complexes found in real meat. Produced using a 3-D printer, it can mimic the texture of beef or chicken. The specialist in biomedicine and tissue engineering has been working for 10 years on bioprinting different synthetic tissues such as artificial corneas, skin and ears.


This article appears in the June 2019 issue of Natural Awakenings.

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