Tag: MeaTech

Bioprinted cultured meat, 3D printed algae, biobased coffee capsules, cell-cultured human breast milk, and more: The Digest’s Top 8 Innovations for the week of June 10th

Bioprinted cultured meat, 3D printed algae, biobased coffee capsules, cell-cultured human breast milk, and more: The Digest’s Top 8 Innovations for the week of June 10th

June 9, 2021 |

This week’s Top 8 Innovations are feeding our appetite. With cultured meat innovator MeaTech filing a provisional U.S. patent application for its bioprinting method for printing up some juicy steaks, 3D printed algae that could help future Mars colonies, Swiss coffee capsules now made from bioplastic, and the world’s first cell-cultured human breast milk for […]

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Fire up the grill: “Thick meat emulating products” could soon be a reality with bioprinting

Fire up the grill: “Thick meat emulating products” could soon be a reality with bioprinting

June 7, 2021 |

In Israel, cultured meat innovator MeaTech has filed a provisional US patent application for its bioprinting method. The application covers an in situ inkjet printing method in which bioink is deposited with “exceptional control” in multiple layers on sacrificial substrates. MeaTech believes the ability to precisely control droplet size, volume, and placement will enable the […]

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Full flavor: MeaTech plans lab-grown chicken fat pilot plant

Full flavor: MeaTech plans lab-grown chicken fat pilot plant

May 17, 2021 |

In Belgium, publicly traded cultured meat company MeaTech  is planning a pilot plant to grow chicken fat in a lab. The new facility will use a process developed by Peace of Meat, a Belgian company MeaTech recently acquired. The fat will be used to improve the flavor and texture of plant-based meat alternatives produced by […]

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