Storing Captured Carbon with Algae and Bacteria

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Storing Captured Carbon with Algae and Bacteria

Scientists are building tubular bioreactors, filling them with green algae, and letting them eat away at the carbon captured from our environment. Quebec City-based CO2 Solution genetically engineered a strain of E. coli bacteria to produce special enzymes capable of eating carbon dioxide and converting it into a harmless bicarbonate.