USF technology being tested for possible use on NASA moon mission

USF technology being tested for possible use on NASA moon mission

Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Daniel Yeh has been collaborating with NASA to develop a system that converts human waste into fertilizer and water, which would allow astronauts to grow fresh vegetables in space in a more sustainable way. It could help enable the establishment of a permanent presence on the moon.

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