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Abdul-Majeed Azad on Utilization of CO2 – Some alternatives to sequestration

By / August 18, 2010

University of Toledo professor Abdul-Majeed Azad believes a new paradigm is needed as the science community considers how to deal with the growing amount and threat of CO2
in the atmosphere.

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CO2 utilization gets another boost from DOE worth $106M

By / July 23, 2010

Late yesterday, the DOE announced that it is investing another $106 million in six projects to demonstrate the feasibility of employing CO2 in a useful, productive way. This announcement comes on the heels of a somewhat similar announcement of CO2 utilization funding made July 7. There are two major differences, however, between these announcements. The…

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Video of the week: Utilization of CO2 – Some alternatives to sequestration

By / July 8, 2010

[flash https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/azad.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/azad.jpg}] University of Toledo professor Abdul-Majeed Azad believes a new paradigm is needed as the science community considers how to deal with the growing amount and threat of CO2 in the atmosphere. Azad and his group of researchers believe that scientists are overly obsessed with sequestration approaches and need to broaden their…

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CO2 utilization versus sequestration: DOE funds research to put CO2 to use for products, energy

By / July 7, 2010

So far, nearly all of the discussion regarding what to do about high CO2 levels has focused on sequestration, i.e., figuring out where to hide the stuff. But, a growing number of researchers and business are urging that the United States and the rest of the world focus on a new paradigm that includes sequestration…

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