Japanese researchers 3D printed vacuum bull

In Japan, a team of researchers succeeded in 3D printing a portion of vacuum beef. A world that first makes activists spit.

Considered one of the best meats in the world, vacuum beef will soon be not just for rich Epicureans. At least this group of Japanese researchers, has recently coped Bigger piece 3D print than the life of vacuum beef. Here, there is no animal exploitation, but rather the culture of stem cells from animals. Once reorganized into muscles, fats and blood vessels and then assembled by bioprinting, these cells can eventually complete a traditional flesh.

Creating fake “real meat” is the environmental challenge of 2021?

No matter how interesting it is, this is not the first time this experience has been successful. A few days ago, the Israeli company Announced that future meat bio will increase the production of printed meat, With the aim of meeting large-scale industrial demand. If it is still in its infancy, this type of meat will revolutionize humanity by allowing humans to benefit from the nutritional contributions of animal products. Completion of intensive farming. Definitely a change that could significantly reduce our carbon footprint. Intensive agriculture was shown in 2005, when 2000 animals were slaughtered every second in the world for the needs of the agro-food industry. 14.5% Anthropological greenhouse gas emissions (Man-made) on the planet, according to a 2013 United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) report. In comparison, meat grown in a laboratory can save money. 80% greenhouse gas emissions, 99% active up to surface and 96% water compared to conventional breeding.

Vacuum for everyone?

The protected designation of vacuum, which refers to many Japanese beef cows, including the famous Kobe beef, is considered an exceptional food today. The specific treatment of the animals and the quality of the selected species thus make it possible to obtain very high marbled fatty meat with tenderness and melting. According to Michia Matsuzaki, one of the researchers behind the survey, bio printing not only makes the product more accessible but also healthier. Accurate adjustment of fat levels Desired