DMSE startup is cleaning up the cement making industry

Sublime Systems' method is powered by electrochemistry instead of fossil-fuel-powered heat.
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Sublime Systems, a startup founded by Professor Yet-Ming Chiang and former MIT postdoc Leah Ellis, aims to decarbonize cement making, an industry that generates 8% of global carbon dioxide emissions. Sublime’s method is powered by electrochemistry instead of fossil-fuel powered heat. “I believe climate change has pushed all of us into an extremely fertile, creative period that will be looked back on as a true renaissance,” Chiang tells reporter Catherine Clifford. “After all, we’re trying to re-invent the technological tools of the industrial revolution.”

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