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Samples of AstroCrete, a concrete-like materialUniversity of Manchester
Constructing Mars bases will be expensive due to the vast cost of transporting heavy materials, but researchers have found one way to cut down the price: mixing native planetary soil with astronaut blood and urine to make building supplies.
Aled Roberts at the University of Manchester, UK, and his colleagues extracted a protein from human blood called serum albumin, which is vital in maintaining the balance of fluids in the body, and used it to bind together simulated Mars soil to produce a concrete-like material …

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