6 Mar, 2017 @ 19:00
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Malaga scientists in finals of Google contest to grow seeds on the moon

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MALAGA scientists are hoping to grow seeds on the moon.

A team of three young Malaguenos have reached the final of a science competition called Lab2Moon.

Competitors were tasked with creating something that could accelerate interplanetary human evolution in a sustainable way.

The only Spanish finalists, the Malaga trio designed a model to study seed growth on the moon.

The winning submission will be sent to the moon in January 2018 with TeamIndus, a Google-funded Indian company.

Elsa Maishman (Reporter)

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