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29.08.2017

The CarbFix 2 project

There are exciting times ahead for the CarbFix project - the CarbFix 2 project was officially started on the 1st of August 2017.

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07.03.2017

CarbFix among the 11 greatest engineering innovations of 2016

CarbFix was ranked number 7 in a list of the 11 greatest engineering innovations of 2016 by Popular Science.

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14.02.2017

CarbFix inspiring young scientists

Last summer Annika Day, an 11 year old girl from San Antonio, read an article about CarbFix and became interested in the project. When she got the opportunity to visit Iceland in November 2016 she got in touch with us; her hope was that she could spend some of her holiday designing a Science Fair project based on CarbFix. Armed with questions, enthusiasm, and ideas, Annika visited the University of Iceland to meet some of the scientists working on the CarbFix project.

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22.12.2016

CarbFix presented at COP22

CarbFix was presented in two workshops in the Nordic Pavillion at the COP22, UN Climate negotiations in Marrakech on November 7-18, 2016.

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22.12.2016

CNBC story on CarbFix

CNBC recently published a story on how the CarbFix method can be used to store CO2 in rocks.

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09.09.2016

CarbFix on PBS Newshour

CarbFix was recently covered on PBS Newshour.

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10.06.2016

CarbFix receives world attention

CarbFix has received world attention on today's publication in Science.

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09.06.2016

CarbFix paper in Science

Science will publish a paper tomorrow from the CarbFix team that demonstrates that it is possible to permanently store carbon dioxide as minerals in basaltic rocks and that over 95% of CO2 injected is mineralized within two years, instead of centuries or millennia as previously thought.

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18.05.2016

CCS at Hellisheidi Geothermal Power Plant

The CarbFix project started at the Hellisheidi Geothermal Power Plant in 2007

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18.05.2016

CarbFix at the Living Art Museum

The core that was drilled into the CarbFix pilot injection site in 2014 is a part of the Infinite Next exhibition at the Living Art Museum in Reykjavík, Iceland.

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