A new breakthrough in steel manufacturing that could also help to lower CO₂ emissions from the car industry, has been made by engineers at the University of Sheffield.

A new breakthrough in steel manufacturing that could also help to lower CO₂ emissions from the car industry, has been made by engineers at the University of Sheffield. 

In the study, published in the journal Nature, a team led by Professor Mark Rainforth and Dr Junheng Gao from the University’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering has developed a completely new way of making lightweight, high strength steel that can be easily adapted for mass manufacturing. 

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