3D Printing Microalgae for Sustainable Energy on Mars | IE

, 3D Printing Microalgae for Sustainable Energy on Mars | IE, The Circular EconomyA group of international researchers led by the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in Netherlands used 3D printing to create a living material made of algae that could lead to sustainable energy production on Mars as well as a number of other applications, a TU Delft press release explains.  The researchers used a novel bioprinting technique to print microalgae into a living, resilient material that is capable of photosynthesis. Their research is published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials.
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