Myco-architecture: Self-replicating, Self-repairing Planetary Habitats Made of Fungu

Future astronauts might one day live in habitats that were fabricated with fungus. The revolutionary concept called Myco-architecture explores the impressive properties of fungal mycelium which is, in some ways, stronger than reinforced concrete and is capable of growing and repairing itself. NASA 360 takes a look at the NASA Innovative Advanced Concept (NIAC) known as Myco-architecture, a revolutionary approach to construction that could one day be used to build habitats on other planets. To watch the in-depth presentation about his topic please visit the 2018 NIAC Symposium Livestream site:

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