The idea of cellular agriculture is not a new one. We have been using recombinant DNA technologies for decades to produce valuable proteins and biomolecules for human use. It is common place for yeast and bacteria to be used into the production of essential enzymes like amylases, pectinases, lipases, and chymosin. We have even programmed microbes to produce insulin, providing a much humane and economical source for this essential peptide.
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I did a post-doctoral research project at Opus One during harvest 2016 & 2017. Here is a recent article written by Ted Rieger of Wine Business Monthly. Ted and I talked after he saw my poster about tracing oxidation reduction potential (ORP) at ASEV 2018 in Monterey.