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The facial expressions of mice: The face of a mouse reveals its emotions

The facial expressions of mice: The face of a mouse reveals its emotions -- ScienceDaily : Researchers have described different emotional facial expressions for mice. Similar to humans, the face of a mouse looks completely different when it tastes something sweet or bitter, or when it becomes anxious. With this new possibility to render the emotions of mice measurable, neurobiologists can now investigate the basic mechanisms of how emotions are generated and processed in the brain.
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About New Harvest

Established in 2004, New Harvest is the non-profit research institute building the field of cellular agriculture.   We strategically fund and conduct open, public, collaborative research that reinvents the way we make animal products – without animals. Source: About us – New Harvest

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Kronervirus

You can’t put the genie back in the bottle but you can take the bottle away. #kronervirus #industrialagriculture #bigfarmer #postmonetary #blockchaintechology

Singapore's Shiok Meats hopes to hook diners with lab-grown shrimp

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Shiok Meats, a Singapore-based start-up whose name means very good in local slang, aims to become the first company in the world to bring shrimp grown in a laboratory to diners’ plates. Source: Singapore’s Shiok Meats hopes to hook diners with lab-grown shrimp

Will Cultured Meat Soon Be A Common Sight In Supermarkets Across The Globe?

A quiet revolution is taking place in labs throughout the world, where scientists are working to cultivate meat and seafood grown from cells, rather than from animals themselves. Source: Will Cultured Meat Soon Be A Common Sight In Supermarkets Across The Globe?