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Nerds Over Cattle: How Food Technology Will Save the World

The solution to both of the big problems in food technology—how we're going to feed a burgeoning population and what we're going to do about climate change—is simple: plant-based protein. The post Nerds Over Cattle: How Food Technology Will Save the World appeared first on WIRED.
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