Cellular agriculture is revolutionizing the food industry because we can get the same products without harming animals and the environment. In-vitro production also allows us to enhance the nutrients in food.
1.0 Cellular agriculture: growing food on Petri dishes is revolutionizing the way we eat
2.0 Cellular and acellular agriculture
3.0 How does blockchain work?
3.1 Blockchain: Blockchain technology keeps a digital ledger of data and requirements for different types of cultured meat.
I think it’s crazy that the clothing industry accounts for 10% of all GHG. Every year, 150 million trees are cut down for fiber production. From production, creation, and transportation of clothing, the process is detrimental for the environment, and depletes resources. 97 billion cubic metres of water every year is required and creating factories deforests nature and harms the wildlife.
Biofabrication companies are creating sustainable clothing using cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture is the production of animal-derived products and byproducts without using animals. In a food setting, we can create the same beef patty without harming cows. For fashion, we…
Abstract: Cellular agriculture is collecting stem cells and growing these cells in growth mediums and bioreactor tanks to produce meat, dairy, eggs, and more. With ongoing challenges with water scarcity and greenhouse gas emissions, cellular agriculture can enhance the efficiency and ethics of producing meat products. Great strides in this field enable the future of food to be lab-grown. This paper covers how cellular agriculture works, the consequences of in-vitro production, and current challenges.
1.0 Challenges of raising livestock
2.0 Introduction to cellular agriculture
2.1 Starter cells
2.2 Myogenesis: cell lines, growth media, scaffolds, bioreactor tanks
3.0 Acellular production
The way we produce dairy is cruel and wasteful.
The way we produce dairy is unsustainable and cruel. Raising livestock harms our environment and requires supplies, such as an alarming amount of water and copious amounts of feed that drain resources. Producing dairy the “normal” way practices animal cruelty. We need to make dairy products from somewhere other than a 2000 pound animal.
Cows can carry diseases such as salmonella and E. Coli that contaminate dairy and other byproducts. …
At 3:00 P.M. on a lazy Saturday, I went to eat sushi with one of my best friends. We gobbled up our sushi like we always do. It was a pretty normal day. The issue is that every sushi lover is aware that the way we produce fish and other aquatic animals is not sustainable. It is quite unhealthy.
Demands on seafood are exponentially increasing. However, we can not expect everyone to cut sushi from their diet, but we can produce fish more sustainably and safely with cellular aquaculture.
Pollution is damaging our world. There are about 5.25 trillion pieces…
Incredibly 97% of the world’s water comes from the ocean, and we have not yet unlocked all the ways we can grow food underwater. The ocean covers more than 70% of the surface of our planet, but produces 2% of the world’s food supply. If we could increase this 2% by just 5% or 10% or more, we could feed a majority of the population.
Not only do we need to turn to the ocean for sustainable alternatives to food, but we also need to do it in a way that does not harm the ocean or put a strain…
Impossible Foods uses cutting edge technology to transform the way we produce meat. Impossible Foods is one of the many biotech companies striving to improve our current food industry by growing animal-derived products in a lab. But what makes Impossible Foods unique?
By using plant-based meat alternatives, Impossible Foods is revolutionizing the way we produce sustainable meat.
Sustainable foods enable people to consume the same products, such as meat, with the same taste. Producing sustainable food is imperative to our food industry because it is grown in a lab and does not require the miles and miles of agricultural land…
The way we grow and produce food is not sustainable. To produce just one pound of beef requires 1,799 gallons of water. Our current production method of animal meat and dairy products is wasteful. The average family uses 180 gallons of water a week and 9,400 gallons of water annually. Beef from one cow requires more water than an entire family uses in one year. I think that is crazy.
Today, we have 7.8 billion people on our planet. And these numbers will only continue to grow exponentially. CDC estimates that 11% (790 million people) of the world’s population do…
I think it is crazy that every year, the world uses 35 billion barrels of oil for energy. We have used 40% of the world’s oil resources. We will run out of oil and gas in the next 50 years and coal in 100 years.
Global energy is certainly diverse and complex. Today, the leading methods of creating energy are burning fossil fuels (coal, oil, and gas), using nuclear waste, and utilizing solar panels. Burning fossil fuels release huge amounts of Carbon Dioxide, which gets trapped in our atmosphere. This greatly contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, one of the leading…
Have you ever looked up to the sky and saw the aurora borealis? Or, have you ever seen them in pictures or videos?
I have, and I find them truly captivating.
The beautiful auroras are cast over the North and South pole skies. The lights in the North pole are called aurora borealis. The lights in the South Pole are called aurora australis.
Auroras are displays of light in the sky with colors ranging from pale green, red, blue, and purple.
Auroras have a long history. Not only have humans known about the Northern lights for thousands of years, but…