Researchers working to create healthy ‘printed’ food

Food of the future: The researchers use tofu byproducts to grow microalgae and use its proteins to make food products. — The Straits Times/ANN

Fancy having a nutritious meal that is created sustainably from microalgae and printed by a 3D printer?

Scientists from research institute Singapore-ETH Centre (SEC) are working on a project to produce microalgae-based proteins as an alternative, sustainable food source.

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