Technology opens door to improved carbon capture

06/22/2010 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Technology developed at a federal energy laboratory in Pittsburgh's South Hills has given scientists the ability to improve detection of carbon dioxide in underground storage. The process is important because capturing carbon dioxide from pollutants such as coal-fired power plants and factory smokestacks and storing it underground could help reduce emissions that some say are related to global warming.

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