Literatur

Hier finden Sie eine Übersicht über wissenschaftliche Artikel sowie Links zu relevanten Webseiten, auf die wir uns auf unserer Homepage beziehen. Die Liste ist alphabetisch sortiert.

  • Baggini, Julian (2013): The Vegan Carnivore?, in: aeon
  • Balser, Markus; Berndt, Christina; Ritzer, Uwe (2015): Das schmutzige Geschäft mit dem Blut ungeborerener Kälber; in: SZ.de
  • BfEL – Bundesforschungsanstalt für Ernährung und Lebensmittel [heute Max Rubner-Institut] (2005): Functional Food – Forschung, Entwicklung und Verbraucherakzeptanz, hrsg. v. Kurt Gedrich, Georg Karg und Ulrich Oltersdorf
  • Bhat, Zuhaib Fayaz; Bhat, Hina Fayaz (2010): Tissue Engineered Meat – Future Meat, in: Journal of Stored Products and Postharvest Research
  • BUND, Le Monde diplomatique, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung (2013): Fleischatlas 2013 – Daten und Fakten über Tiere als Nahrungsmittel
  • Chen HC; Hu, YC (2006): Bioreactors for Tissue Engineering, in: Biotechnology Letters
  • ENA – European Nitrogen Assessment (2014): Nitrogen on the Table – The Influence of Food Choices on Nitrogen Emissions and the European Environment
  • FAO (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations) (2006): Livestock’s Long Shadow: Environmental Issues and Options
  • Ford, Matt (2009): In-vitro Meat – Would Lab-burgers Be Better for Us and the Planet?, in: CNN.com
  • Grunwald, Armin (2015): Technikzukünfte als Medium gegenwärtiger Technikgestaltung
  • Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, BUND (2016): Fleischatlas 2016 – Deutschland regional. Daten und Fakten über Tiere als Nahrungsmittel
  • IARC – International Agency for Research on Cancer: IARC Monographs Evaluate Consumption of Red Meat and Processed Meat, WHO Press Release No. 240
  • Lösch, Andreas et al. (2014-2017): Leitbilder und Visionen als sozio-epistemische Praktiken – Theoretische Fundierung und praktische Anwendung des Vision Assessment in der Technikfolgenabschätzung
  • Mattick, Carolyn S. et al. (2015): Anticipatory Life Cycle Analysis of In Vitro Biomass Cultivation fort Cultured Meat Production in the United States, in: Environmental Science and Technology
  • Mattick, Carolyn S.; Allenby, Brad (2013): The Future of Meat, in: Issues in Science and Technology
  • Murphy, SV; Atala A (2014): 3D Bioprinting of  Tissues and Organs
  • Next Nature Network (Hg.): The In Vitro Meat Cookbook
  • PETA (2014): PETA’s ‘In Vitro’ Chicken Contest
  • Simonsen, Rasmus R. (2015): Eating for the Future: Veganism and the Challenge of In Vitro Meat, in: Stapleton, Patricia; Byers Andrew (Hg.) (2015): Biopolitics and Utopia. An Interdisciplinary Reader. New York, Palgrave Macmillan
  • Stephens, Neil et al. (2016): What Is In Vitro Meat? Food Phreaking Issue 02, in: The Center for genomic Gastronomy
  • Torgersen, Helge (2013): TA als hermeneutische Unternehmung, in: TATuP
  • Tuomisto, Hanna L.; Teixeira de Mattos, M. Joost (2011): Environmental Impacts of Cultured Meat Production, in: Environmental Science and Technology
  • UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme): 2009 Annual Report. Seizing the Green Opportunity
  • van der Weele, Cor; Driessen, Clemens (2014): In Vitro Meat: Animal Liberation?
  • Verbeke, Wim et al. (2015): ‘Would You Eat Cultured Meat?’ Consumers’ Reactions and Attitude Formation in Belgium, Portugal and the United Kingdom, in: Meat Science
  • WFO (World Food Programme) (2015): Hunger weltweit

Wichtige Webseiten

  • BMBF – Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (ITA – Innovations- und Technikanalysen)
  • ITAS – Institut für Technikfolgenabschätzung und Systemanalyse (Projektseite)
  • KIT – Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Bibliothek

Weiterführende Literatur

  • Bekker, Gerben et al. (2017):Explicit and implicit attitude toward an emerging food technology: The case of cultured meat, in: Appetite
  • Benjaminson, Morris; Gilchriest, J. A.; Lorenz, M. (2002): In Vitro Edible Muscle Protein Production System (MPPS), in: Acta Astronautica
  • Bhat, Zuhaib Fayaz; Kumar, Sunil; Bhat, Hina Fayaz (2015): In Vitro Meat: A Future Animal-free Harvest, in: Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition
  • Bhat, Zuhaib Fayaz; Kumar, Sunil; Bhat, Hina Fayaz (2015): In Vitro Meat Production: Challenges and Benefits over Conventional Meat Production, in: Journal of Integrative Agriculture
  • Bonny, Sarah et al. (2015): What Is Artificial Meat and What Does It Mean for the Future of the Meat Industry?, in: Journal of Integrative Agriculture
  • Brent, Kim et al. (2015): The Importance of Reducing Animal Product Consumption and Wasted Food in Mitigating Catastrophic Climate Change, in: John Hopkins Center for a Livable Future
  • Chiles, Robert Magneson (2013): If They Come, We Will Build It. In Vitro Meat and the Discursive Struggle over Future Agrofood Expectations, in: Agriculture and Human Values
  • Datar, Isha; Betti, Mirko (2010): Possibilities for an In Vitro Meat Production System, in: Innovative Food Science and Emerging Technologies
  • Dilworth, Tasmin; McGregor, Andrew (2015): Moral Steaks? Ethical Discourses of In Vitro Meat in Academia and Australia, in: J Agric Environ Ethics
  • Driessen, Clemens; Korthals, Michiel (2012): Pig Towers and In Vitro Meat. Disclosing Moral Worlds by Design, in: Social Studies of Science
  • Edelman, P.D. et al. (2005): Commentary: In Vitro-Cultured Meat Production, in: Tissue Engineering
  • Ford, Brian J. (2011): Impact of Cultured Meat on Global Agriculture, in: World Agriculture
  • Hawkesworth, Sophie et al. (2010): Feeding the world healthily: the challenge of measuring the effects of agriculture on health, in: Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci
  • Hopkins, Patrick; Dacey, Austin (2008): Vegetarian Meat. Could Technology Save Animals and Satisfy Meat Eaters?, in: Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics
  • Kadim, Isam T. et al. (2015): Cultured Meat from Muscle Stem Cells. A Review of Challenges and Prospects, in: Journal of Integrative Agriculture
  • Pandurangan, Muthuraman; Kim, Doo Hwan (2015): A Novel Approach for In Vitro Meat Production, in: Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol.
  • Post, Mark (2012): Cultured Meat from Stem Cells: Challenges and Prospects, in: Meat Science
  • Schaefer; G. Owen; Savulescu, Julian (2014): The Ethics of Producing In Vitro Meat, in: Journal of Applied Philosophy
  • Steinfeld, H. et al. (2006): Livestock’s Long Shadow: Environmental Issues and Options, in: Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
  • Stephens, Neil; Ruivenkamp, Martin (2016): Promise and Ontological Ambiguity in the In vitro Meat Imagescape. From Laboratory Myotubes to the Cultured Burger, in: Science as Culture
  • Stephens, Neil (2013): Growing Meat in Laboratories. The Promise, Ontology, and Ethical Boundary-Work of Using Muscle Cells to Make Food, in: Configurations
  • Stephens, Neil (2010): In Vitro Meat – Zombies on the Menu?, in: SCRIPTed
  • Tuomisto, Hanna; Ellis, Marianne; Haastrup, Palle (2014): Envirommental Impacts of Cultured Meat: Alternative Protein Scencarios, in: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Life Cycle Assessment in the Agri-Food Sector
  • van der Weele, Cor (2013): Meat and the Benefits of Ambivalence, in: The Ethics of Consumption
  • van der Weele, Cor; Driessen, Clemens (2013): Emerging Profiles for Cultured Meat. Ethics Through and As Design, in: Animals
  • Verbeke, Wim; Sans, Pierre; van Loo, Ellen (2015): Challenges and Prospects for Consumer Acceptance of Cultured Meat, in: Journal of Integrative Agriculture
  • Welin, Stellan; Gold, Julie; Berlin, Johanna (2012): In Vitro Meat: What Are the Moral Issues?, in: Kaplan, David M. (Hg.) (2012): The Philosophy of Food, Berkeley: University of California Press
  • Welin, Stellan; van der Weele, Cor (2012): Cultured Meat: Will it Separate Us from Nature?, in Potthast, Thomas; Meisch, Simon (Hg.) (2012): Climate Change and Sustainable Development, Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers