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Project Value $10,000,000 "Improving the material properties of concrete" grant from Emissions Reduction Alberta, Canada.
Advancing to the top 60 of over 1,100 entrants
C2CNT discovers new forms of carbon. Nanowerk
C2CNT was awarded The XPrize XFactor Award for the most valuable product made from CO2 awarded to C2CNT's affiliate Carbon Corp.
Project Value $10,300,000 "Transformation of CO2 to Valuable Carbon Nanotubes" grant from Emissions Reduction Alberta, Canada.
Carbon Corp adds graphene to its portfolio of nano materials made from CO2
Dramatic climate mitigation change
Licht Group Reports High-yield, Low-energy Synthesis of Carbon Nano-onions From CO2
C2CNT receives $3.5 million from Canadian Federal Government to build CO2 to CNT pilot plant.
advances to the final round of the Carbon XPrize
ICEF Top 10 Innovations to C2CNT, TESLA, etc.
Japanese Government Award in Energy & Climate change mitigation
Scientists Create Carbon Nanofibers Using Nothing But Air
Cleaning up CO2 emissions could be worth millions. “… transforming CO2 from a pollutant into a valuable resource.”
GWU Prof. Licht’s Solar C2CNT® Process displayed as a nationally televised Jeopardy question clue.
C2CNT advances to the semi-final round of the Carbon XPrize
Diamonds from the sky®’s approach turns CO2 into valuable products
Researcher Demonstrates How to Suck Carbon from the Air, Make Stuff from It.
“… given an area less than 10% of the size of the Sahara Desert, the method could remove enough CO2 to make global atmospheric levels return to preindustrial levels within 10 years, even if we keep emitting the greenhouse gas at a high rate during that period.”
“Diamonds From the Sky®” approach turns CO2 into valuable products
How Science Turns Carbon Dioxide Into Planes, Better Batteries, Much More
Nanofibers made by ‘sucking’ carbon dioxide from air.
Professor Stuart Licht explains how nanofibers – made by capturing CO2 – could help fight global warming.