Carbonates Make Low Temperature Ceramics

Making cement, bricks, bathroom tiles and porcelain crockery normally requires a great deal of heat, but scientists have made the materials by compacting them with calcium carbonate and a small amount of water. Learn more about this story and other news for Pulverized Mineral Division members in this week’s PMD Newsline.

Calcium Carbonate Looping Technology Effectively Captures CO2

A groundbreaking process called “carbon looping” will reduce CO2 emissions that emit from power plant operations using limestone.

Growing Special Calcium Carbonate to Make Green Biocement

A biotechnology startup has created a method to reduce CO2 emissions by growing calcium carbonate with bacteria

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