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Test Tube T-bones?! | Serving Up Science

Season 3 Episode 305 | 4m 22s

Would you eat steak grown in a test tube? A chicken from a petri dish? It's not science fiction. It’s the next generation of meat, grown in a lab from the cells of animals. Scientists are concerned that climate conditions will make food production uncertain. Cultivated meat may offer an alternative to traditionally raised meat, while being more sustainable than current agricultural practices.

Aired: 01/11/23
Produced by WKAR Public Media
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