Elon Musks' company SpaceX—has partnered with an Israeli meat company Aleph Farms to conduct experiments on growing artificial meats in low gravity.
This article by Seth Carls, writing for Tech Times, makes the following points:
- The experiments will take place on the International Space Station (ISS).
- Dubbed Axiom Mission 1, the mission was launched from the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida on 8 April with four astronauts.
- Aleph Farms is an Israeli meat company striving to produce artificial replacements for all cow-derived products, from meat to the collagen used in the health and beauty industries.
- Aleph Farms is already working on its next space challenge—creating a system that can create lab-grown beef to feed astronauts on a three-year mission.
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