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In-Vitro Meat

in-vitro-meat-150.jpgThe New Yorker visits Eindhoven in the Netherlands, the "in-vitro-meat world's version of Silicon Valley," for a look at the progress being made in growing edible meat outside of animals. It seems a test-tube burger is still a ways off: "The specimen I saw was as visually stimulating as mouse droppings, and, if such a substance can be said to look like anything, it looked like a runny egg." [New Yorker]

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