A new wave of superfoods are being cultivated in Adelaide labs in the hope it’ll provide alternative ways to sustainably feed the world’s increasing population.
- Scientists are developing a new form of superfood proteins derived from microalgae
- The research found microalgae can be manipulated to become nutrient-rich
- Microalgae can significantly reduce the planet’s carbon footprint
A team of Flinders University scientists have developed alternative proteins to consume, but instead of meat,…