Liquid marbles: how this tiny, emerging technology could solve carbon capture and storage problems

The Australian government regards carbon capture and storage as a priority technology, but some critics say it will only allow the fossil fuel industry to continue polluting

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) has been touted, again and again, as one of the critical technologies that could help…

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Charith Rathnayaka (University of the Sunshine Coast), Emilie Sauret (Queensland University of Technology), Nam-Trung Nguyen (Griffith University), Yuantong Gu (Queensland University of Technology)


The Conversation, 2021-12-07.


Australian Government
Griffith University
Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
University of the Sunshine Coast (Queensland, AUS)


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