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X-Prize Winners Use CO 2 Emissions to Make Concrete

X-Prize Winners Use CO 2 Emissions to Make Concrete

X-Prize Winners Use CO 2 Emissions to Make Concrete Benjamin Storrow, E&E News On a snowy April day in 2016, then-Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead announced a competition that he hoped would save the state’s beleaguered coal industry. The aim of the contest was straightforward, even if achieving its objective was not. The goal…

Bloomberg: ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ full development didn’t start until 2016

Bloomberg: ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ full development didn’t start until 2016 Sponsored Links CD Projekt Red In one of probably many dissections of CD Projekt Red’s missteps in making Cyberpunk 2077, Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier just published a piece investigating the game’s development. His reporting doesn’t back up forum thread rumors about Keanu Reeves, instead it’s the more…

Scientists Are Becoming More Politically Engaged

Scientists Are Becoming More Politically Engaged

Scientists Are Becoming More Politically Engaged Fernando Tormos-Aponte For many, the 2016 presidential election represented an existential threat to science and jolted large segments of the research workforce into street protest mode. More recently, the COVID-19 pandemic has thrust scientists into global prominence, while the Black Lives Matter uprising has forced a reckoning with science’s…