Building Zero-Carbon Cities with Limestone-Based Cement

Learn how the Living Materials Laboratory at CU Boulder is working to create and scale up building materials that have negative carbon footprints.

“This is a really exciting moment for our team,” said Wil Srubar , lead principal investigator on the project and associate professor in Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering and CU Boulder’s Materials Science and Engineering Program. “For the industry, now is the time to solve this very wicked problem. We believe that we have one of the best solutions, if not the best solution, for the cement and concrete industry to address its carbon problem.”

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