AutoAquaponics, a student-led engineering project, combines sustainable agricultural practices like aquaponics with automated processes. Run by Engineers for a Sustainable World, the farming system uses filters to convert fish waste into nitrate that helps plants grow.
AutoAquaponics empowers engineering students to farm sustainably
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