Scientists work to grow meat in lab
Would you eat mystery meat grown in a lab if doing so was better for the environment?
Scientists are working on a test-tube burger that could become reality by October.
The project is being conducted by a physiologist at Maastricht University in the Netherlands and involves a cow's stem cells.
Several small strips of muscle tissue have already been created. once thousands more are made, they will be mashed together to create a burger patty.
The first sandwich could be ready this fall.
We want to know - would you eat a burger made using stem cells?
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