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Astronauts need nutrition on longer space flights. One potential source? Their urine

05:00 EDT 22 Aug 2017 | STAT

Scientists are engineering yeast to use human urine and breath as a way to make omega-3 fatty acids to keep astronauts healthy during longer space flights.

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