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Wood presents a lot of benefits as a building material because it is strong, lightweight and environmental friendly. However, only changes in building codes will make wood competitive with steel and concrete.
A research team in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), has managed to 3D-print concrete structures by the utilization of 2 robotic machines.
A group of German researchers has found a way to manipulate construction waste by turning them into new materials.
Scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have introduced a new method of producing conductive polymers.
Scientists from the University of Hong Kong and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have managed to create a steel product that presents high strength, cracking resistance and ductility.
A new study focuses on a crucial relationship that impacts the construction industry. The correlation between the actual labor and the productivity of a construction project.
Scientists have found a way to turn classic bricks into electrical storage devices.
Researchers have developed a new technique to construct a building using a 3-D printer and soil material.
A new study focuses on the potential carbon storage of buildings that are made out of wood.
A new study by MIT researchers focuses on a machine learning approach with the aim to produce metal alloys with enhanced properties.
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