Published: Sept. 20, 2023

Forbes Magazine is featuring groundbreaking research conducted by faculty members at CU Boulder in the field of eco-friendly concrete.

Cement is a significant contributor to carbon emissions, responsible for about eight percent of global output.

Prometheus Materials, a company co-founded by Wil Srubar and Mija Hubler, associate professors in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, is commercializing an algae-based form of concrete developed from research at CU Boulder.

This new concrete that can be grown in a laboratory and has significant potential to drastically reduce environmental pollution caused by construction activities around the globe.

Read the full article at Forbes...