Biocement

Biocement is a term coined by Dr Cord Ruwisch of Murdoch University to describe calcium carbonate formed by soil based bacteria. Biocement can "set" sand into a solid rock-type material without the need to remove the sand from its location.

Biocement could one day be used in road construction and/or stabilisation, and in building restoration projects.

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