Singapore develops 3D bio-ink for cultured meat

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Researchers at Steakholder Foods and the National University of Singapore have developed a plant-based bio-ink from food waste that fully absorbs into meat products. They say this will drive down the cost of creating new lab-made foods. The bio-ink will be used to print into meat cuts with pinpoint...

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