Gelatex in the Media

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Nov 26, 2021

Gelatex Technologies is making moves to scale and enhance the production of nanofibrous 3D scaffolding material that could be used to grow cell-cultured meat.

The Estonian start-up has recently netted €1.2 million...

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Nov 25, 2021

The dream of mass producing meat grown in a lab — where only the cells needed from an animal is needed to create meat — is still far away given challenges like costs and regulation. Enter Gelatex, an Estonian materials startup which says it can cut the cost of ...

Remark from Gelatex:

We are confident that someday >90% price reduction will also apply to cultured meat production as a whole, but even if this can take some time, we can say we can already today provide the 90% price reduction of scaffolds to move in this direction.

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May 25, 2021

A unique opportunity in the rapidly-growing field of cultured meat is being pursued by nanofibre producer Gelatex. Biodegradable and biobased facemasks could also prove to be a winner for the company, based in ...

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May 13, 2021

Meet Gelatex: the Estonian company providing edible plant-based nanofibrous 3D scaffolds to enable affordable mass-scale production of structured cultured meat. Gelatex scaffolds have a unique morphology ...