Edge On The Clock: Israeli Company Creates First 3D Printed Ribeye Steak
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Israeli company Aleph Farms, with the help of the Israel Institute of Technology, has created the first 3D-printed ribeye steak. The company uses 3D bioprinting technology to cultivate cow cells, which then grow, differentiate, and interact to create the texture and qualities of a real steak. Aleph Farms says the process is similar to what naturally occurs in animal tissues.
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