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Cultivate 2020: Discussing cellular agriculture in the UK, Dec 17, 2020

Cultivate is an annual event to discuss cellular agriculture from UK perspectives. Cellular agriculture refers to work to produce agricultural products – typically animal products – through new methods that operate at the cellular level as opposed to working with whole animals. Examples include cultured meat and fermentation-based milk.The event will feature a combination of talks and panels that will discuss activities and challenges that have risen over the last year.

Source: Cultivate 2020: Discussing cellular agriculture in the UK Tickets, Thu, Dec 17, 2020 at 3:00 PM | Eventbrite

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To meat, or not to meat: The future of Japanese cellular agriculture

Taken together, Japan’s nascent vegan movement, desire for meat and willingness to experiment with new technology stand Hanyu in good stead. Add land shortages and continued funding interest to the mix and the scene may be set for his desired future. But the obstacles to cultured meat are as real in Japan as they are elsewhere. Even as cost is expected to drop and acceptability to rise, it remains to be seen if the technology can deliver at scale and compete with novel meat replacements. In the short term, Japan will need to focus on diversifying its protein sources.

Source: To meat, or not to meat: The future of Japanese cellular agriculture | The Japan Times