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Scientists and industry body Meat and Livestock Australia has unveiled 3D printed meat - using a benchtop machine to create serves from liquefied offal and mince.
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Experts claim 3D-food printers will one day be as common as coffee machines and microwaves, with hungry diners simply loading a cartridge full of emulsified beef or lamb offcuts into the machine, which prints the meaty mouthful up in layers.'This is real; this is happening now; we are not saying this technology will replace all sausages and steaks but that on some occasions, 3D printed meat will be available and sometimes preferable,' Michael Lee from Meat and Livestock Australia told The Australian.'This may also present a value opportunity (to the industry); currently one-third of each animal (slaughtered) ends up as low-value burger trimmings for retailers like Mc Donald's.'Why not see if this new technology gives us the opportunity to create more value for our farmers?US health officials are launching a study to determine if newer 3D mammograms increase the chances of catching breast cancer over traditional methods That trade-off is a key question as doctors begin recruiting 165,000 women nationally to compare potentially more beneficial 3D mammograms - known scientifically as 'tomosynthesis' - with standard two-dimensional digital mammography.Two dimensional digital mammography takes images of the fronts and sides of women's breasts.Tomosynthesis takes multiple two-dimensional images and compiles them into more detailed 3D renderings of breasts.Some insurers cover the newer screening process, but the 3D mammogram may come with up to 0 in extra charges to a patient.'The technique was launched by Meat and Livestock Australia at a Monash University conference on Tuesday, where curious foodies could sink their teeth into a new era of dining technology.Sam Burke a chef with MLA showed off the potential the 3D printed meat has, cooking a range of meaty dishes for conference attendees.'Twenty-three years ago if you said I'd be cooking 3D food I'd probably laugh at you, but the future's here right now,' he told 9 News.A 3D mammogram - marketed to catch more cancers - may only increase false positives and anxiety for women unnecessarily, rather than more effectively diagnosing the worst cancers, experts worry.Traditional mammograms take two-dimensional images of breasts (pictured), revealing abnormal tissues or tumor.The 3D mammograms have been marketed as being able to find more cancers.'But the idea isn't so much finding more cancers as finding the cancers that are going to be life-threatening,' said Dr Worta Mc Caskill-Stevens of the National Cancer Institute, which is funding the new research to tell whether the 3D scans truly pinpoint the tumors that matter most.