Chemists at the University of Lyon, Lyon, France, have developed a method to capture carbon dioxide emitted by fossil fuel power stations or industrial plants that’s less costly by simultaneously purifying valuable metals. According to Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the researchers developed a method of coupling the two processes together. The new carbon capture method can generate value in the form of purified metals, making carbon capture more economically viable, according to the report. To read more and watch the video, click here.