Pipe Dreams

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Over the past few years much attention has been given to microbial fuel cells and growing algae to fix carbon dioxide and make biofuels. Now researchers in a UK lab have created graphene from the methane produced by anaerobically digested food waste. Graphene is carbon engineered in ultra-thin but extremely strong layers.

This sounds likeĀ a great idea for moving towards a circular economy. But is it scalable?


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