We've blogged before about ventures that have involved 3D printing houses. Now, UCLA researchers are working on a 3D printing process that allows them to reuse captive carbon dioxide as an ingredient in cement. They call their revolutionary material CO2NCRETE.
Now that they've identified a process that works, the team is thinking about how to scale up and commercialize it so the 3D printed CO2NCRETE can be marketed and sold:
Maybe someday, the 3D printed cement can be used to 3D print those houses.