MIT $100K Winning Start-up Has Sustainability Aims

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Last night, C-Crete Technologies won the annual MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition and $100,000 in start-up capital.  The start-up has developed a method for producing a nanoengineered cement designed to be both stronger than traditional cement — and with a lower carbon footprint.

“We believe our technology will make a significant impact on the world, and we look forward to growing a viable, sustainable business to meet these ends,” C-Crete Technologies cofounder Natanel Barookhian, an MIT Sloan School MBA, said in a news release.

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pattiduke.r
I look foreword to following C-Crete Technologies and their nanoengineered cement. It sounds very promising.