Could we synthesise our food? – Earth Lab

With the global human population rising at 1% a year, how will we be able to feed everyone in the future? Is synthesising our food an option? Dom Burgess illustrates the latest results of cellular agriculture. Subscribe to Earth Lab for more science videos:  

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