CAER seeks to utilize carbon dioxide in creating next-generation cements, concrete

CAER’s researchers are exploring a new way to utilize CO2 to improve the performance of cement and concrete. Photo provided by UK CAER. // PHOTO: University of Kentucky

February 6, 2024

BY Dave Melanson, University of Kentucky



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