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BHP has taken a strategic stake in a US biotech start-up developing bio-engineered pathways that support CO2 sequestration and utilisation.
BHP’s Chief Geoscientist, Laura Tyler, said BHP is interested in the potential for biomimetic technology to enhance remediation of mine-impacted soils and water.
“Biomimetics have the potential to convert CO2 into useful downstream products such as chemicals and polymers, and it also holds promise for the remediation of mine sites,” said Ms Tyler.
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