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Microscopic view of carbon nanotubes created from carbon dioxide using the C2CNT process

Greenhouse Gas Reduction Project Advances to Research Competition Finals

April 09, 2018

Professor of Chemistry Stuart Licht and his team of researchers are finalists in the $20 million NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE competition for their C2CNT project, a low-energy, low-cost method of transforming carbon dioxide into harmless and widely-used carbon nanotubes. The greenhouse gas reduction technology developed in Licht’s lab may potentially impact climate change.