University of Cape Town researchers, including Dr. Dyllon Randall and students Vukheta Mukhari and Suzanne Lambert, from left to right, have created “bio-bricks” from human urine, loose sand and bacteria, they said in a news release.
University of Cape Town researchers, including Dr. Dyllon Randall and students Vukheta Mukhari and Suzanne Lambert, from left to right, have created “bio-bricks” from human urine, loose sand and bacteria, they said in a news release. ROBYN WALKER University of Cape Town
University of Cape Town researchers, including Dr. Dyllon Randall and students Vukheta Mukhari and Suzanne Lambert, from left to right, have created “bio-bricks” from human urine, loose sand and bacteria, they said in a news release. ROBYN WALKER University of Cape Town