Addressing the talent gaps in S’pore’s budding cultivated meat space

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SINGAPORE - It all began with a research project in 2015 on using stem cells to understand and treat muscle degeneration in cancer patients, but led four scientists on a different journey.  

From human cells, they moved on to experimenting with animal cells to cultivate those that could be used in products such as chicken katsu and smoked duck breast. 

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