Agriculture, Food and Beverage

This NASA-inspired technology converts carbon dioxide into food. Here’s how

NASA has provided inspiration for growing new food. Image: REUTERS/NASA

Victoria Masterson

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Californian company Kiverdi is using technology to turn CO2 into food. Image: Air Protein

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