BitBio’s Mark Kotter: “A single cell to feed the world”
The Sunday Times’ tech correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Dr Mark Kotter, co-founder of Meatable and Bit Bio, to talk about the synthetic biology revolution (4:10 ), growing flesh (7:00 ), the field’s “big bang” (9:15 ), lab-grown meat (16:30 ), how far we are from a reverse-engineered ribeye (20:00 ), the “Meat 2.0” era (22:00 ), the branding challenge (26:30 ), creating a synthetic biology platform (28:00 ), the human cell atlas (32:00 ), cells as a smartphone (37:10 ), selling cells to pharmaceutical companies (41:15 ), the stem cell issue (45:45 ), living forever (49:45 ), and raising money (52:50 ).
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