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Lab-grown, or cultured, meat produced by additive manufacture

   Department of Mechanical Engineering

About the Project

This PhD topic investigates the practicality of using inkjet printing, or another additive manufacture technique, in the production of lab grown meat products. Inkjet has a distinct patterning ability, allowing iterative and radical variations of a printed feature. For meat products such as bacon or steak this variation may be commercially attractive. The advantages of lab-grown meat, or cultured meat, is both environmental and ethical. The PhD will examine the effect of jetting/printing on the relevant cells and in the production of the scaffolds.

Funding Notes

Please note that this is a self funded project.

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