Inside the carbon capture plant at Imperial College London

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The plant at Imperial | Credit: Cecilia Keating
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The plant at Imperial | Credit: Cecilia Keating

Over 10 years, thousands of engineering graduates have worked on a pilot plant, even as the wider industry has stalled

Nestled at the heart of Imperial College London's campus in South Kensington is a piece of kit that could yet become a mainstay of industrial plants around the world. A messy tangle of pipes, valves and...

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