Grow your own sea urchin and foie gras

November 2017
New Scientist;11/18/2017, Vol. 236 Issue 3152, p19
The article offers information on the initiative taken by the Shojinmeat Project in Japan in teaching people to make laboratory grown meat at home; presents views of Yuki Hanyu, the founder of Shojinmeat on it; and online instructions released by them.


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