3D bioprinted Casa Covida, lab-grown fish, countertop meat gardens, and more: The Digest’s Top 8 Innovations for the week of April 2nd

April 1, 2021 |

3D printed mud huts, called Casa Covida, are offering Covid-19 quarantine comfort complete with 3 a bedroom, fireplace and bathtub for when you need to separate from others. And you can be like a turtle and carry your house around thanks to the lightweight adobe walls made from sand, silt, clay and water, and printed using a three-axis SCARA (Selective Compliance Articulated Robot Arm) and left to dry and harden in the sun.

In today’s Digest, more on Casa Covida as well as developments in the food area with lab-grown fish and Bluu Biosciences, cultivated meat and Meatable, a countertop bioreactor device to grow your own meat, Orbillion Bio news, and more.

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