NUS Scientists Are Going To Grow Meat Using Magnetic Field

The technique is said to be more efficient and less resource-intensive than traditional methods. It could potentially help in reducing the environmental impact of meat production.
A team of scientists from National University of Singapore have developed a new technique that could revolutionize the way we produce meat. The technique uses magnetic fields to grow meat cells in a lab, instead of raising livestock, which would significantly reduce the environmental impact of meat production.
A team of scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has successfully grown pork in the lab using a novel technique.
The team used tissue engineering to grow a piece of muscle tissue from a small sample of living animal cells. They then placed the tissue into an external magnetic field that stimulated muscle contractions, causing the muscle to grow in size and weight. The process is called “in vitro meat” or “cultured meat”.
The team’s breakthrough could help solve some major problems with livestock farming and environmental pollution, as well as provide a more sustainable alternative to eating meat.
The novel technique, called “energy-efficient electrospinning”, is a low-cost and sustainable way to produce lab-grown meat.
This technique will help to overcome the challenges of scaling up production of lab-grown meat. This includes the high cost of equipment, the need for skilled technicians, and the difficulty in finding suitable space for large scale production.


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