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Shojinmeat Project

​The Shojinmeat project is an open-source, non-profit, research group interested in the development of cultured meats.

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The group is in interdisciplinary organization with clusters of individuals from different technical and non-technical fields including research and development, culture medium, communication, ethics, and more. The project holds citizen science as its core value and reaches out to students and other do-it-yourself enthusiasts. As of December 2018, developments toin the project include DIY incubator, DIY culture medium, kitchen cell culture protocols and high school cell culture class.

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The group is in interdisciplinary organization with clusters of individuals from different technical and non-technical fields including research and development, culture medium, communication, ethics, and more. The project holds citizen science as its core value and reaches out to students and other do-it-yourself enthusiasts. LatestAs of December 2018, developments atto the project include DIY incubator, DIY culture medium, kitchen cell culture protocols and high school cell culture class.

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The Shojinmeat project spun off a startup company Integriculture IncIntegriculture Inc. The scientific research on how to make cell-based meats is open-source and shared with the public, while the business logistics around scaling and sales is proprietary to Integriculture Inc.

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The group is in interdisciplinary organization with clusters of individuals from different technical and non-technical fields including research and development, culture medium, communication, ethics, and more. The project holds citizen science as its core value and reaches out to students and other do-it-yourself enthusiasts. Latest developments at the project include DIY incubator, DIY culture medium, kitchen cell culturecell culture protocols and high school cell culture class.

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The Shojinmeat project is an open-source, non-profit, research group interested in the development of cultured meats. Cultured meat is grown from in vitro animal cell-cultures rather than livestock farming. The shojinmeat project was founded by Yuki HanyuYuki Hanyu in 2015 and is based in Tokyo, Japan. The project is named after "shojin ryori" a Japanese Buddhist cuisine and reflects various values such as the commitment to nonviolence against animals and an avoidance of waste. 

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Chris Albrecht

Shojinmeat is Growing a DIY Clean Meat Community



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The Shojinmeat project is an open-source, non-profit, research group interested in the development of cultured meats. Cultured meat is grown from in vitro animal cell-cultures rather than livestock farming. The shojinmeat project was founded by Yuki Hanyu in 2015 and is based in Tokyo, JapanJapan. The project is named after "shojin ryori" a Japanese Buddhist cuisine and reflects various values such as the commitment to nonviolence against animals and an avoidance of waste. 

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