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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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Land is becoming scarce as the world's population grows and environmental changes shrink the amount of livable space on Earth. Some creative thinkers say the solution is to build up. A nonprofit organization called Vertical City aims to garner support for so-called vertical...

source: Tech Insider

Architecture remains a tough profession for women to crack. In the United States, even though nearly half of architecture school graduates are women, only 18 percent of licensed practitioners are women. Confronted with lower salaries, given fewer career-building opportunities...

source: Los Angeles Times

Nathan Miller writes: "My first experience in computer programming was a freshman year introductory course in high school. It was one of the first courses I signed up for. I liked computers so the idea of making programs for computers was very appealing. I failed. I eventually...

source: Building Design & Construction

Styrofoam poses a potential risk to student health, or so reasons the architecture school at Washington University in St. Louis. Starting next year, the architecture program within the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts will ban the use of styrene materials for model-making,...

source: Curbed

If you have ever seen a surveyor do a site survey with the assistance of a dumpy level, you may soon be able to rely on this story as a tale of simpler times for your grandchildren. Modern surveying equipment has, for the most part, taken out much of the guesswork of the...

source: Architecture Now

Most people can think of two things gum is good for: Freshening your breath, and blowing bubbles. Sam Kaplan found a third: crafting colorful models of futuristic architecture. The photographer used thousands of sticks of Double Mint and 5 Gum like you might use Legos to...

source: Wired


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