meat-jet printer
 n.— «In January, researchers at the University of Manchester, UK, came up with a method of using ink-jet printer technology to build animal tissue structures, including differentiated skin, bones and organs. I referred to them as “meat-jet” printers, and argued that they could be the harbinger of the future emergence a new kind of cuisine: cruelty-free, waste-free, prion-free meats grown in the lab.» —“Fighting Global Warming With Lab-Grown Meat” by Jamais Cascio WorldChanging July 7, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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