The confused world of low-carbon concrete

12 April 2023

The ambition towards implementation of ‘low-carbon’ concrete in the industry is evident nowadays. Nevertheless, there is certain ambiguity observed in […]

A global durability centre in Fribourg

4 April 2023

Originally published in French, in PME magazine Karen Scrivener is a world leader in her field. Director of the Laboratory […]

Karen Scrivener speaks on Swiss TV and radio about the future of cement and concrete

7 February 2023

Prof. Scrivener appeared on RTS La Première, as a guest on the show La Forum. You can watch the broadcast […]

Doctoral position at LMC

26 January 2023

Nowadays, Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) production is responsible for 5 – 10% of man-made CO2 footprint and this value is […]

COP27 – LC3 to be showcased in Sharm El-Sheikh

2 November 2022

The event “LC3: a revolutionary low CO2 building material” will take place at the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference […]

Concrete – a game changer in climate technology

31 October 2022

Tough stuff – that suits her. Karen Scrivener is a renowned expert on the world’s most widely used building materials: […]

Warum grauer Beton so schillernd ist

17 September 2022

Karen Scrivener, Leiterin des Labors für Baumaterialien an der EPFL in Lausanne, forscht über Baustoffe, die unser Leben prägen und […]

Registrations open for Doctoral School 2023

23 May 2022

Registerations are now closed for the 2023 edition of the Doctoral School: Doctoral School 2023

Global impact of LC3 reported with new project in Ghana

6 May 2022

Cement review reports on a new initiative: FLSmidth has announced that it will be supporting the largest calcined clay installation […]