A new lab-grown meat startup is taking on the industry's key hurdle by coming up with a way to make truly slaughter-free meat without relying on cow fetus blood (also known as fetal bovine serum).
Called Meatable, the Dutch startup was born out of a partnership with Cambridge and uses proprietary stem cell technology to make faster, cheaper lab-grown meat.
Meatable claims its technology eliminates the need to remove any tissue from an animal — a development that would make it the least invasive...
A startup that turns mushrooms into IKEA packaging wants to become the backbone of the lab-grown meat industry
Ecovative, a startup that made a name for itself with its sustainable packing and building materials made from mushrooms, is planning a pivot into lab-grown meat.
The company wants its mushroom scaffolding to be a central material for startups aiming to create real meat from labs without the need for slaughter.
The material could have uses for plant-based "meat" companies like the Bill Gates-backed bleeding veggie burger startup Impossible Foods, too.
A startup that makes...
Grin, an electric scooter startup backed by Y Combinator, has raised a $45.7 million Series A to operate shared, electric scooters in Latin America. Grin, which is based in Mexico City, had previously raised funding from Sinai Ventures, Liquid2 Ventures, 500 Startups, Monashees, Base10 Partners and others. Currently, Grin only operates in Mexico City but […]