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A quick deployable bridge system was presented by the University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center.
Scientists from Swinburne University in Melbourne, Australia, have created a new concrete material that needs no cement to be produced and performs better when subjected to high bending moments.
Scientists at The Ohio State University and Cornell University have found a way to measure the health (productivity) of soils.
According to a research conducted by a PhD candidate at EPFL, the viscosity of fluids affects the intensity of earthquakes.
According to a new study, the existing fire blankets are potentially capable of protecting buildings exposed to wildfires.
Smart buildings have the capability of completely changing the future of building infrastructure. However, certain limitations cannot be neglected.
Scientists from the University of Cincinnati in Ohio have developed robots that can fix defective satellites.
A new technique that involves replacing steel with polyethylene in reinforced concrete has been developed.
A new research focuses on the potential of concrete made of recycled aggregates and compares its performance with traditional concrete.
The campaign that led to the WW2 allied victory in May 1945 began with the invasion in Normandy (June 6, 1944) where geology was a major issue to be considered.
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