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'Sweet' self-healing corrosion materials are in field testing

Middle-aged men who attempt skateboarding for the first time are likely to come away from that experience with lots of abrasions and cuts. But, other than cleansing the wounds, they will heal if left alone. Imagine the engineering possibilities...

source: By Alan Kelsky
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The majority within the architecture industry have strongly and vocally supported the Remain campaign celebrating the integral role the EU has played in inspiring and funding creative projects, free movement and the benefits of an internal single market. Most importantly...

source: Archinect

From the legendary Tower of Babel to the iconic Burj Khalifa, humans have always aspired to build to ever greater heights. Over the centuries, we have constructed towering edifices to celebrate our culture, promote our cities – or simply to show off. Historically,...

source: CNN

Everything is possible in architecture… well, almost everything. The fusion of architecture and design can turn something ordinary into something extraordinary. Buildings are the manifestation of an architect's imagination; from gravity-defying structures, chaotic...

source: iDesign

Since hundreds of students live in most college dorms, the buildings use up huge amounts of energy. That's why Cornell University is re-thinking traditional dormitory design. In 2017, the Ivy League school will...

source: Business Insider

Ancient Egyptians employed mud bricks for their homes and masonry for their grandest buildings. During the industrial revolution, cast iron rose to prominence and later paved the way for steel. From the 1950's, concrete joined...

source: Architecture & Design

It's almost impossible to talk about historic architecture without mentioning – at some point – Stanford White. One of the most prominent architects of the Gilded Age, Stanford White was a partner at the prolific firm McKim, Mead & White, which built some of...

source: Curbed


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