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Will Lab Grown Fish Save Oceans?

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More and more investors are betting that one day, the fish on your plate will come from stem cells grown in bioreactors, instead of the ocean. Scientists say lab-grown fish could reduce overfishing and feed the world's growing demand for seafood. A handful of cultured seafood start-ups are blazing a new trail in cell biology, since growing fish tissue in the lab is uncharted territory. » Subscribe to CNBC: http://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: http://www.cnbc.com/ Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: https://cnb.cx/LinkedInCNBC Follow CNBC News on Facebook: http://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: http://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Google+: http://cnb.cx/PlusCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: http://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC #CNBC Will Lab Grown Fish Save Oceans? | CNBC
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Fransisco Wijaya (1 day ago)
I want to taste myself, can you take my skin cells and grow that into meat for me?
Richo Rian (2 days ago)
1 Century later : " The race to become God"
sis cool (2 days ago)
Pollute the air land and sea with man made chemicals, create unatural chemically enhanced flavoured frankinfood. Prosecute people who want to grow natural healthy food. Backwards corrupt madness in amerikkka.
Candace Alleyne (3 days ago)
I don't mind eating meat from a lab
fary ghiffary (4 days ago)
Next human meat grown in lab ;)
Sharon Tang (12 days ago)
But what about nutrition? The worry is that to feed the population we create foods that don't provide proper nutrition. Nutrition science itself is already always changing its mind, to replace real food with lab grown stem cells we really need a longer observation period on how it affects human bodies
jaddy540 (12 days ago)
idiculous idea. You can have all the 'jumping Carp' you want in the USA, FOR ALMOST FREE>
Fajar loa (4 days ago)
And they are delicious too.
Crazy KING (12 days ago)
Lab grown humans will eat like this
OrientalXpresso (13 days ago)
Farming fish is much better. This will never be cost effective.
Jacob Wilson (13 days ago)
Y'all are some weirdos. If the government would allow us to grow our own food instead of allowing buisnesses to control supply we wouldn't have this problem
Judge Dredd (13 days ago)
I don't know. What about aquaponics? I'll take the real thing.
derty QWERTY (13 days ago)
This is NOT needed.. people need to learn about aquaponics.. anyone with a brain can grow their own fish and veggies in an aquaponic system.. it is the future not this lab made meat junk...
Richo Rian (2 days ago)
+Brian Kim he say about aquaponics (Fresh or Tap water)
Brian Kim (12 days ago)
Yeah. Go ahead and try growing Tuna in your backyard. Lets see how that works out.
OutOfNamesToChoose (13 days ago)
You mean anyone with a brain, space, equipment and time?
Dark PePe (13 days ago)
Nope, but nuking Japan again will save the oceans
Jarid Gaming (13 days ago)
So there will be more Fish in the Ocean to Fish for for non commercial people. I'm happy with that I can go Fishing and have a better chance of getting bites
jean luke (13 days ago)
Scheme sounds fishy. Sounds less about food, more about priming public opinion on stem cell engineering
Zachary Jordan Márquez (13 days ago)
Bandages are always more profitable than cures.
MY LIFE IS A MEME MY LIFE IS PATHETIC (13 days ago)
Tell ya what I'll invest heavily if it makes it!
Patrick (13 days ago)
Large fish (tuna, swordfish) without all the mercury? Sounds great to me.
Ramin Ahmadyar (12 days ago)
Patrick not only that but raw sushi will no longer have worry of parasites
Shahzaib .Q (13 days ago)
this is how we can cope up with the growing population.
MatuschkaRossija (12 days ago)
Or we provide people in Asia and Africa with condoms or castrate them. This two options are much sheaper.
NPC #775968657554 (13 days ago)
I don’t mind if it’s more sustainable and is good.
Lwazi Shangase (13 days ago)
Super interesting, my palate is piqued.
ZCM Trading (13 days ago)
How about America grows some balls instead and learns how to make stuff.. i am still buying pillows and bed sheets from china
derty QWERTY (13 days ago)
ZCM Trading Most of the walmart sheets and towels are made in Pakistan or bangladesh.. cheapest factories goods is what youre buying.. we do make good stuff, you just shop at china -marts
Mr Ed (13 days ago)
ZCM Trading lol Americans can make stuff easily...the problem are the consumers. Most people always want to spend as little as they can on stuff.
Lori L (13 days ago)
Ewwww gross
Mike Meezy (13 days ago)
😶
Richard Averitt (13 days ago)
Cyber-Lovecraftian