The lab-grown meat developer has picked up $47m in its series A round thanks to commitments from investors including Section 32 and Agronomics.

Meatable, a Netherlands-based cultured meat developer based on research at Cambridge and Stanford universities, pocketed $47m in series A financing yesterday from investors including Section 32. DSM Venturing, the corporate venturing arm of health and nutrition product manufacturer Royal DSM, BlueYard Capital, Agronomics, Humboldt and private investors Rick Klausner, Jeffrey Leiden and Taavet Hinrikus also…

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