Gayatri Keskar, Ph.D. gives us a glimpse at the material opportunities that sometimes exist within pollution itself; innovations using carbon emissions extracted from the air, for example. Can you imagine the possibilities?
Keep the wheels turning: join us for an hour this Wednesday for the Materials for an Extreme Future, when Andrew Dent, Ph.D., EVP of Material Research at Material ConneXion talks with Chris Stern, Co-founder & CEO of Carbicrete, and Madison Savilow, Chief of Staff at Carbon Upcycling Technologies.
Curious about the materials mentioned in this video?
MC 910201 / Carbicrete is a cement-free, carbon-negative concrete for precast forms made using mineral waste and carbon dioxide (CO2) as raw materials.
MC 805501 / AIR-INK™ is the first ink made entirely out of air pollution. It turns carbon emissions into a tool for art and is certified for packaging and apparel.