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March 16 — For decades, scientists and power companies have been working on carbon capture, a technology that catches CO2 from power plants before it goes into the atmosphere. It could be our best chance of taking a bite out of fossil fuel emissions, but right now it’s too expensive to implement widely. A team of engineers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory may have found a way to change that, using tiny blue capsules that look like fish eggs.

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