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NEW YORK: The US space agency has funded researchers to find out how to recycle human excreta into food that can help astronauts sustain on deeper space missions, including Mars.

The researchers at Clemson University in South Carolina will receive $200,000 a year for up to three years to achieve this task, the US space agency said in a statement.Using urine and breathed-out carbon dioxide as the building blocks to create useful aboard items, the team is genetically engineering yeast to produce things that astronauts may need.

纽约:美国太空机构资助研究人员研究如何将人类排泄物转为食物,这将能帮助航天员维系生存,探索宇宙更深处,包括火星。

南加州克莱姆森大学的研究人员在长达三年的时间里每年将获得20万刀用于达成此项目。美国太空机构在一份声明中声称:用尿和二氧化碳作为原材料创造有用的飞船零件。这支队伍正在用基因发酵工程产生航天员可能需要的东西。

"A particular strain of yeast can be genetically manipulated to create polymers, or plastics, used for 3D printing, as well as Omega 3s, which lower heart disease risk, and protect skin and hair," Mark Blenner, professor at Clemson, was quoted as saying in a Quartz report.

www.vosunlighting.com_【官方首页】-豪利777克莱姆森大学教授Mark Blenner声称:"一种发酵产生都特殊菌种用基因操控的方法可以产生聚合物,或塑料,用于3D打印,还有Omega-3,可以降低患心脏病的风险,还可以保护皮肤和毛发。"



Plants will be an integral part of any life-support system for extended missions, providing food and oxygen and processing waste.
Significant further advances will be necessary, and each of them promises to bring new innovations to agriculture here on the Earth.
Nasa is planning to land humans on Mars by 2030 and is investing in ideas to figure out ways for astronauts to be more self-sufficient on long-term space missions.

植物会成为星际远航任务中整个生命维系系统的一部分,提供食物和氧气,处理废物。
重要深远的进步是必须的,,他们都保证卫地球农业带来新的创新成果。