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NASA-Inspired High-Protein Made Out Of Thin Air Could Feed Billions, Reduce Emissions and Deforestation

Solar Foods created a new high-protein flour-like powder called Solein that’s made out of CO₂, water, and electricity. Made of 50% protein, 5–10% fat, and 20–25% carbs, Solein is reportedly 100 times more climate-friendly than meat and 10 times better than plants. It could also replace palm oil, prevent further deforestation, and feed billions.

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NASA Built This Ventilator in Only 37 Days to Help Save COVID-19 Patients

Engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California have channeled their space engineering skills into helping save Coronavirus patients with the development of a new ventilator called the VITAL (Ventilator Intervention Technology Accessible Locally). It’s easier and faster to build and with fewer parts than a traditional ventilator.

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This NASA-Inspired Indoor Garden Is Revolutionizing Hydroponic Farming at Home

More than ever, people want to be more self-sustainable, especially as we’re in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. Wherever you may live, whether it’s in a small city apartment or in a home with minimal lighting, you should be able to grow your own crops. The inventors of the Bace Rotofarm couldn’t agree more.

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