Aleph Farms prints lab-meat in space

Astronauts could grow own meat in space after successful test on the International Space Station

Aleph Farms succesfully produces cell-grown meat in space

The Israeli food technology startup Aleph Farms grew the meat on the International Space Station, 248 miles (339 km) away from any natural resources.

Cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka conducting the "cultivated beef steak" experiment aboard the International Space Station on September 26, 2019. 'This joint experiment marks a significant first step toward achieving our vision to ensure food security for generations to come, while preserving our natural resources'.

Within the framework of this experiment, the Russian segment of the ISS established a successful proof of concept that cultured meat can be produced in space by assembling a small-scale muscle tissue in a 3D bioprinter developed by 3D Bioprinting Solutions, under micro-gravity conditions.

The method relies on mimicking a natural process of muscle-tissue regeneration occurring inside a cow's body. The project also saw support from USA -based Meal Source Technologies and Finless Foods.

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"We are proving that cultivated meat can be produced anytime, anywhere, in any condition", said Didier Toubia, co-founder and chief executive of Aleph Farms.

Aleph Farms uses bovine cells to produce cell-grown meat that resembles conventional meat - 'without harming the animals or the environment, ' they say on the company's website.

While meat-alternative companies likeImpossible Foods and Beyond Meatare lighting up the grills in fast-food restaurants, other groups are looking at ways to grow actual meat in the lab.

The reasoning behind Aleph Farm's efforts to produce "slaughter-free meat in space", as the company describes it, is because of climate change, according to a press release sent by the company to Space.com. 4 years later, meat is being grown in house as properly.

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Cows and different grazing animals scheme lovely quantities of methane, a greenhouse gasoline that traps warmth.

The process of cultivating meat is both more humane and better for the environment - beef production is responsible for 14.5% of global gas emissions, more than the transportation sector, according to the United Nations. However not like the plant-based formulation pioneered by firms like Past Meat and Not possible Meals, Aleph Farms focuses on "cell-grown" meat, which not exclusively tastes like meat, however can also be chemically similar to actual flesh. Final December, it efficiently produced a "strip steak" in a lab in simply two weeks.

Lab-grown meat has been successfully made in space for the first time. Just without beef's huge environmental impact, its heavy resource requirements, or its contribution to climate change.

A serving of the "minute steak" costs about USD$50, and the company hopes to launch the product in 2023.

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