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the taste of tomorrow

The ethics of artificial meat

Published tisdag 6 augusti 2013 kl 16.30
"A lot of people think it's more artificial than it actually is"
(7:21 min)
Raw hamburger meat, grown in a lab. Photo: David Parry/Scanpix.

On Monday at a press conference in London, there was the unveiling of the world's first lab-grown burger. It was made from taking stem cells from two cows and was the result of five years work by a research team led by a Dutch scientist. Here in Sweden, researchers are also working to make artificial meat a reality. Julie Gold, a researcher at Gothenburg's Chalmers University of Technology, tells Radio Sweden about the impact artificial meat could have.

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