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Given that concrete is the most-produced synthetic material in the world, it makes sense to focus on the green attributes it can offer. To achieve this, the Concrete Sustainability Hub (CSH) was created at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
C-Crete Technologies co-founders Rouzbeh Shahsavari and Natanel Barookhian entered the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s entrepreneurship completion with a new type of cement that has the potential to continue the evolution of concrete. They left with an additional $100,000 in their pockets and the title of “grand prize.”