A team of scientists from Harvard University and the company Carbon Engineering announced on Thursday that they have found a method to cheaply and directly pull carbon-dioxide pollution out of the atmosphere. If their technique is successfully implemented at scale, it could transform how humanity thinks about the problem of climate change. Their research seems almost to smuggle technologies out of the realm of science fiction and into the real.
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Back in the day mid 90's at the small liberal arts college I attended in the midwest, you could major in Physics or Chemistry I believe and do a program with Univ. Did anyone ever do that, though? None of the professors could remember anyone doing it when I attended.
I know many unemployed or underemployed Chemical Engineers. The underemployed ones are pumping gas, waiting tables, and telemarketing. I think this is happening to other engineering proffesions as well i.
Jeff Brady. It uses a chemical process to extract carbon dioxide from the air and turn it into a fuel similar to crude oil. At a major climate meeting in Poland, nearly countries are trying to reach a deal on dramatically reducing carbon emissions.
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I always knew I wanted to study biology. But before enrolling in college, my university threw me a curveball: Did I want to major in science or engineering? It was never a subject in school—those were social studies, English, gym—and now I had to choose between enrolling in the School of Engineering or the School of Everything Else.
December edited April in Engineering Majors. I'm currently a first-year undergraduate at UC Berkeley in the chemical engineering major. My courses are interesting, I'm reasonably content with my studies, but recently, I started really thinking about what awaits me after college.