In addition to being simply awesome, this innovation could be critical and life-saving for starving countries around the globe.
Yes, you read that correctly – Israeli scientists have just cracked the code to making food using 3D printers.
The Yissum Research Development Company has for the first time produced personalized food printed from nanocellulose. Nanocellulose is a morphable fiber that can be modified with all of the essential food components – proteins, carbs and fats. And when combined with the tech of a 3D printer – which, by the way, can cook, bake, fry and grill while it 3D prints – the result is personalized meals made entirely from scratch.
This is the kind of innovation that doesn’t just make life easier, but could be a critical life-saving invention for starving countries.