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People Could meatballs made in a lab really taste like the real thing?

In August 2013, a team of Dutch scientists showed off their lab-grown burger (cost: $435,000) and even provided a taste test. "Stem cells are, in principle, capable of making omega-3 fatty acids. If we can tap into that machinery of the cell, then we could make healthier hamburgers," says Post, who is working on the fat content of lab-grown beef.Unfortunately, potentially carcinogenic compounds found would be harder to get rid of. Healthier omega-3 fatty acids could take its place.
The Age
03/05
42 Points
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Money Johnson & Johnson to pay cancer victim $55m after losing second talcum powder lawsuit

“Instead of giving a warning, what they did was targeted the groups most at risk for developing ovarian cancer,” specifically marketing to overweight women, blacks and Hispanics, he said.A spokeswoman for Onder said Ristesund declined to comment.Talc is naturally occurring, mined from the soil and composed of magnesium, silicon, oxygen and hydrogen.
NewsComAu
03/05
19 Points
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