The science behind the world’s first cultivated steak — grown directly from cells

Prototype of cultivated steaks from December 2018: ©Aleph Farms; Immunofluorescence: ©Technion Institute of Technology, Israel.

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Aleph Farms paves a new way forward as a pioneer in cellular agriculture, passionately cultivating delicious, real beef steaks from the cells of cows.

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Aleph Farms

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Aleph Farms paves a new way forward as a pioneer in cellular agriculture, passionately cultivating delicious, real beef steaks from the cells of cows.

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