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Cultivating plant growth in space

Space Daily Thursday, 14 January 2021 ()
Cultivating plant growth in spaceUrbana IL (SPX) Jan 12, 2021

When in space, astronauts typically eat dehydrated, nutrient-dense food, but when it comes to longer space missions, that can become a problem as they'll eventually lack nutrients from fresh vegetables. However, one chemical and biomolecular engineering professor will be researching ways astronauts can grow their own fresh vegetables more efficiently while they are on missions. Ying Diao w
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