MAR 16, 2015 01:19 PM PDT

Tiny Blue Bubbles Capture CO2

WRITTEN BY: Will Hector

A team of engineers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory may have found a way to reduce the cost of carbon capture using tiny blue capsules that look like fish eggs.
About the Author
  • Will Hector practices psychotherapy at Heart in Balance Counseling Center in Oakland, California. He has substantial training in Attachment Theory, Hakomi Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Psycho-Physical Therapy, and Formative Psychology. To learn more about his practice, click here: http://www.heartinbalancetherapy.com/will-hector.html
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