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HY-TEK Bio and The University of Maryland Centre for Environmental Science have teamed up to create a bio reactor that uses algae that turns CO2 pollution in to useful products.  The technology won the duo $500,000 from the CCEMC Grand Challenge. (Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation)


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