lab meat

Clearly, we are just in the beginning of a revolution on how and what we eat and manufacture. The future of our children, their lifestyle and health, and the health of the earth and its' inhabitants as we know it, is in transition. We can only hope it is a transition for the better.
Read more on www.theatlantic.com In an editorial, Canada's Globe and Mail said the Frankenburger could become "a cheap supply
Would you eat a hamburger grown in a petri dish? How would you feel if your breakfast sausage came from the lab? Well, scientists are getting close to making this a reality.
HuffPost Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria discusses in vitro meat, a new technology that may soon revolutionize the way we feed the growing world population.