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The New Frontiers of Flesh Food

Angela Lee, PhD candidate, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa

Published April 19, 2018 by Technologies of Justice.

On January 26, 2018, during a Technologies of Justice Conference session entitled People and Food: Intersections of Law, Politics, Technology and Culture, Angela Lee spoke about the new frontiers of flesh food. The conference took place at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.



Lee discussed in-vitro meat, genetically engineered (GE) animals, changes in agricultural and farming practices, and need-modified meat products. She also discusses advancements and innovations in research and technology as well as environmental and social concerns, and the role of law in remedying or alleviating these concerns in this emerging industry.