1. Steaks, the final frontier: Israeli startup 3D prints meat in space station  Independent.ie
  2. Lab Grown Meat | What Do Astronauts Eat in Space?  Popular Mechanics
  3. Astronauts successfully grow meat in space for the first time  TechSpot
  4. 3D printer makes meat in space  Arutz Sheva
  5. Astronauts grow beef in space aboard ISS for the first time but not ready for consumption  International Business Times, Singapore Edition
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In the world of artificial meats, you can't get more alien than beef grown in space.In the world of artificial meats, you can't get more alien than beef grown in space.

Steaks, the final frontier: Israeli startup 3D prints meat in space station - Independent.ie

Aleph Farms announced this week that it has taken "one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind" as it successfully grew meat for the first time on the International Space Station, in collaboration with multiple international companies.Aleph Farms announced this week that it has taken "one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind" as it successfully grew meat for the first time on the International Space Station, in collaboration with multiple international companies.

Astronauts successfully grow meat in space for the first time - TechSpot

In a breakthrough experiment, scientists have produced meat on the International Space Station, 248 miles away from any trace of a natural resource.Where's the beef? On the ISS.

Lab Grown Meat | What Do Astronauts Eat in Space?

Astronauts Have Just Bioprinted Beef in Space: Conducted in the Russian sector aboard the ISS.Conducted in the Russian sector aboard the ISS.

Astronauts Bioprint Beef in Space for the First Time | HYPEBEAST

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Scientists at International Space Station (ISS) successfully created beef steak by using a 3D bioprinter for the first time.Scientists at International Space Station (ISS) successfully created beef steak by using a 3D bioprinter for the first time.

Astronauts grow beef in space aboard ISS for the first time but not ready for consumption

In zero gravity things work differently than on Earth: “The tissue is being printed from all sides simultaneously, like making a snowball, while most other bioprinters create it layer by layer."

Slaughter-Free Meat Grown in Space, First Time Ever | The Jewish Press - JewishPress.com | Hana Levi Julian | 11 Tishri 5780 – October 10, 2019 | JewishPress.com

Collaboration involving US, Russian and Israeli companies uses 3D printer to create meat on the International Space Station.

3D printer makes meat in space - Israel National News

The experiment was carried out by cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka using a 3D printer developed in Moscow.The experiment was carried out by cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka using a 3D printer developed in Moscow.

One small nibble for man, one giant bite for mankind: Astronauts 3-D print meat on ISS- Technology News, Firstpost

Aleph Farms announced on Monday that it had successfully grown a small piece of meat on the International Space Station.Aleph Farms announced on Monday that it had successfully grown a small piece of meat on the International Space Station.

Space Beef Is Here and It's Beef, But in Space - VICE

Biopri­nter produc­es beef, rabbit and fish tissue using magnet­ic fields in microg­ravity­Biopri­nter produc­es beef, rabbit and fish tissue using magnet­ic fields in microg­ravity­

'One small nibble for man': 3D printer makes meat in space | The Express Tribune

"This joint experiment marks a significant first step toward achieving our vision to ensure food security for generations to come, while preserving our natural resources.""This joint experiment marks a significant first step toward achieving our vision to ensure food security for generations to come, while preserving our natural resources."

Israeli start-up successfully grows slaughter-free beef... in space - Israel News - Jerusalem Post

The prospect of astronauts tucking into a roast dinner has grown slightly closer after a successful experiment used a 3D printer to create meat on the International Space Station.

'One small nibble for man': 3-D printer makes meat in space

Aleph Farms CEO: In space, we don't have 10,000 or 15,000 liters of water available to produce one kilogram of beef.Aleph Farms CEO: In space, we don't have 10,000 or 15,000 liters of water available to produce one kilogram of beef.

Aleph Farms cultivates meat in space - Globes

The bioprinter produced beef, rabbit and fish tissue using magnetic fields in microgravity, a Russian medical technology company involved in the experiment.The bioprinter produced beef, rabbit and fish tissue using magnetic fields in microgravity, a Russian medical technology company involved in the experiment.

'One Small Nibble for Man': 3D Printer Makes Meat in Space - News18

The prospect of astronauts tucking into a roast dinner has grown slightly closer after a successful experiment used a 3D printer to create meat on the International Space Station.

'One Small Nibble for Man': 3D Printer Makes Meat in Space

The artificial meat was 'printed' aboard the International Space Station.The artificial meat was 'printed' aboard the International Space Station.

Meat grown in space shows what astronauts could eat during trips to Mars and beyond | Metro News

For the first time, we've made synthetic meat in space aboard the International Space Station.  ...For the first time, we've made synthetic meat in space aboard the International Space Station. 

Astronauts 3D-Print Beef on the International Space Station - ExtremeTech

Researchers at Aleph Farms, which is an Israeli food company, created "space beef" in the International Space Station (ISS), 248 miles (339 kilometres) away from any natural resources.Researchers at Aleph Farms, which is an Israeli food company, created "space beef" in the International Space Station (ISS), 248 miles (339 kilometres) away from any natural resources.

Scientists create first ever lab meat in space | Technology News, The Indian Express