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A NASA-funded project explores using blue-green algae as a "cyanofactory" to make energy-dense fuels and high-value chemicals, oxygen, and cleansed water directly from carbon dioxide, sunlight and wastewater. (Submitted photo)

South Dakota research project could help colonize space

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BROOKINGS - Humans may move one step closer to colonizing space

thanks to a new research project that NASA is funding at South Dakota

State University, the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and

Oglala Lakota College.

The South Dakota institutions have won a National Aeronautics and Space

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