Scientists develop novel technique to grow meat in the lab using magnetic field

Scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have found a novel way of growing cell-based meat by zapping animal cells with a magnet. The new technique is greener, cleaner, safer and more cost-effective. The method can potentially help to cure injured cells and speed up a patient’s recovery. The research team published their findings in the August 2022 issue of the journal Biomaterials. A patent has also been filed for this novel technology and the NUS team is in active discussions with potential industry partners to commercialize the technology.

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