Secrets and pies: the battle to get lab-grown meat on the menu
Why scientific transparency is key for this survival of sustainable food. Cellular agriculture is the use of animal cells or microbes to grow animal products, such as meat or milk. Since its invention, it has been considered a sustainable alternative to livestock farming. But, as Jack McGovan explores, the process is are being held back by patents, a reluctance to share research and lack of government support.
From The Guardian