Nova Meat has developed a synthetic, 3D-printed meat that can mimic the texture of beef or chicken. Researcher Giuseppe Scionti, through his Barcelona-based company, developed the meat substitute using vegetable proteins that imitate protein complexes found in real meat. Scionti is slowly working towards having a steak substitute developed in the not-too-distant future. While it might sound like something out of a science-fiction movie, Giuseppe Scionti — the researcher behind Nova Meat — has managed to figure out a way of printing meat using vegetable proteins and a 3D printer. In an interview with Business Insider, the researcher explained that for over ten years, the specialist in biomedicine and tissue engineering has been working on bioprinting various synthetic tissues: from artificial corneas and skin to artificial ears. The researcher responsible for Nova Meat, Giuseppe Scionti. Giuseppe Scionti Now, as a compromise somewhere between insect proteins, lab-made meat, and total abstinence from meat of any form, the researcher has developed a new form of synthetic meat with 3D printing. Nova can produce synthetic meat that resembles beef or chicken A prototype piece of veggie chicken breast (below), next to a piece of real chicken breast (above), being cooked in a […]


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