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Hebrew University Scientists at Forefront of mRNA Vaccination Revolution
“I read that CNN reported that US scientists suggested to extrapolate mRNA vaccines technology of COVID-19 for use in auto-immune diseases and cancers,” said Prof David Naor, the immunologist in question.
I realized that I had already done this more than 10 years ago, performing research that showed the potential for mRNA vaccines to combat autoimmune diseases and cancers.” Practically, we used cDNA vaccines, which were the first generation of mRNA vaccines, and they were efficient in the therapy of animal models of autoimmune diseases and cancer.
 
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Dr. Itzik Goldwaser talks about his personal journey before becoming the head of Yissum. (Spanish)

 

FUTURE MEAT OPENS FIRST CELL-BASED MEAT INDUSTRIAL PLANT
Future Meat Technologies Ltd. is in talks with U.S. regulators to start offering its products in restaurants by the end of next year. The company has just opened what it calls the world’s first industrial cellular meat facility, which will be able to produce 500 kilograms (1,102 pounds) a day.
Future Meat Technologies, which has raised $43 million from investors including Tyson Foods Inc., Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. and S2G Ventures LLC, claims the lowest price for cultured chicken breast. It’s managed to cut the cost to $4 per 100 grams, a fraction of the original price, and plans to cut it by half again by the end of 2022, Kshuk said.

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