Culture sushi-grade salmon, cultivated lab-beef, Porsche biobased car parts, and more: The Digest’s Top 8 Innovations for the week of October 2nd

October 1, 2020 |

In San Francisco, startup company Wildtype gives salmon cells nutrients, sugars, salts, amino acids and growth factor to “grow” salmon tissue in its lab. If you are still hungry after that, Netherlands-based Mosa Meat is scaling up their industrial-sized production line to demonstrate the safety of cultivated meat and introduce the first cultivated beef to consumers.

In today’s Digest, it’s not all about food, as we look at iconic sports car maker Porsche now including body parts made from linseed and balsa wood, a biobased fur coat gifted to Sophia Loren by PETA, food packaging made from sugarcane waste, and more…and it’s ready for you now at The Digest online.

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