Monday, 5 August 2013

First public tasting of US$330,000 lab-grown burger

If Professor Mark Post of Maastricht University ever opens a burger bar, you might want to take a close look at the prices before you order. On Monday, at a press conference in London, a burger made by Post and his team was served that cost a cool €250,000 (about US$330,000). The reason? The beef that went into making it never saw a pasture and the people in the white coats who handed it to the chef weren't butchers, but bioengineers. .. Continue Reading First public tasting of US$330,000 lab-grown burger

Section: Science

Tags: Environment, Food, Maastricht University, Muscle, Stem Cells

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