A wonder material that could capture carbon dioxide directly from the air and boost climate efforts is under the microscope in a new NZ$1.5 million (US$1.09 million) Kiwi study. Photo: 123RF A wonder material that could capture carbon dioxide directly from the air and boost climate efforts is under the microscope in a new NZ$1.5 million (US$1.09 million) Kiwi study. Photo: 123RF
A wonder material that could capture carbon dioxide directly from the air and boost climate efforts is under the microscope in a new NZ$1.5 million (US$1.09 million) Kiwi study. Photo: 123RF

‘Wonder material’ could suck CO2 from air

Three year study will further explore potential for material as a catalyst for eliminating greenhouse gas emissions

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A wonder material that could capture carbon dioxide directly from the air and boost climate efforts is under the microscope in a new NZ$1.5 million (US$1.09 million) Kiwi study. Photo: 123RF A wonder material that could capture carbon dioxide directly from the air and boost climate efforts is under the microscope in a new NZ$1.5 million (US$1.09 million) Kiwi study. Photo: 123RF
A wonder material that could capture carbon dioxide directly from the air and boost climate efforts is under the microscope in a new NZ$1.5 million (US$1.09 million) Kiwi study. Photo: 123RF
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