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Scientists from the Brunel University in London and Mutah University in Jordan have developed a new type of concrete capable of curing in extreme warm or cold weather.

The production of cement results in more pollution in the environment than all the trucks and just 1% less than all the cars worldwide.

Researchers have developed micron-sized calcium silicate spheres that could increase concrete's strength and reduce its environmental footprint.

A new method to produce concrete that traps harmful CO2 emissions and increases the compression strength is implemented by Carbocure, a Canadian Start-up company.

The initiative started as a way to deal with the large quantities of waste glass that are produced on the island and stay untreated, ending up into the natural surroundings

The company claims that about half the time or less is needed to erect a residential structure compared to the time it takes to build using the traditional methods

Scientists have found a way to turn weakness into strength