BUILDINGS in space could be made from the blood, sweat, tears and wee of astronauts.
Scientists have created “cosmic bricks” made of astronauts’ bodily fluids and space dust that are 300 times stronger than concrete.
Dr Aled Roberts, of Manchester University, said they were inspired by medieval Chinese methods that used pigs’ blood.
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