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The Machine That Promises To Turn Carbon Pollution Into 'Diamonds From The Sky'

The Machine That Promises To Turn Carbon Pollution Into 'Diamonds From The Sky'

by The Daily Eye Team August 21 2015, 3:42 pm Estimated Reading Time: 0 mins, 24 secs

"We have found a way to use atmospheric CO2 to produce high-yield carbon nanofibers," George Washington University?s Stuart Licht, Ph.D, said in a statement announcing his team?s findings, which were presented today by the American Chemical Society (ACS). "Such nanofibers are used to make strong carbon composites, such as those used in the Boeing Dreamliner, as well as in high-end sports equipment, wind turbine blades and a host of other products."

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