Technological Transformation

You might be able to 3D print food. But would you eat it?

A small survey looks at people's attitudes to 3D printed food. Image: REUTERS/Franciszek Mazur/Agencja Gazeta

Deborah Lupton

Centenary Research Professor, University of Canberra

Bethaney Turner

Assistant Professor in International Studies, University of Canberra

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