Space

Turning Astronaut Pee Into Plastic

NASA recently sponsored new research into turning human waste into useful things, like food and plastic. And it might be used on long-term spaceflight someday.

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Sources:
Mark Blenner, PhD, Clemson University
Fuzhong Zhang, PhD, Washington University in St. Louis

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