New devices could help turn atmospheric CO2 into useful supplies

New electrochemical cells could transform the chemical components of carbon dioxide pollution into useful compounds for manufacturing and space exploration. Read more about the advances in chemical-recycling devices and how they might help combat climate change in the near future.

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New devices could help turn atmospheric CO2 into useful supplies
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Kristy von Moos is the Digital Asset Management Project Coordinator at Ingenium. Kristy has a BA in History and Philosophy from St. Thomas University, and an MA in Public History from Carleton University. She has worked with cultural media, research, and virtual exhibit companies, and enjoys bringing history, education, and technology together.