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AISC to Honor 13 Leading Design, Construction, and Education Professionals at the 2020 NASCC:...

CHICAGO - The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) will honor 13 leaders across the structural steel design, construction, and academic communities with prestigious...

ACI Foundation Announces New Trustees

The ACI Foundation announced the addition of two new trustees — Robert J. Frosch and William E. Rushing. They join Michael J. Schneider, current Chair of the Board of Trustees, who begins his second three-year term, and eight other serving trustees.

Scientists propose energy park instead of border wall

Instead of a wall, build a first-of-its-kind energy park that spans the 1,954 miles of the border between the United States and Mexico to bring energy, water, jobs and border security to the region. That's the plan put forward by a consortium of 28 engineers and scientists.

Purdue Road School issues evolve with the changing transportation landscape

The 105th Purdue Road School has evolved from road and street issues to an event that covers the latest in all areas of transportation, including drones, e-scooters and other issues.

Purdue ASCE reaches out to high schoolers with Bridge Bust event

Area students will test their bridge design capabilities when they come to Purdue University for the annual Bridge Bust Competition. The event, now entering its 40th year, will include a total of 161 teams composed of 289 students from 18 schools.

Purdue offers online courses for its engineering grads

Purdue University’s College of Engineering is offering a pilot program for alumni. In September, the college introduced its One Course Higher program. It is free and available for life to the engineering alumni across Purdue campuses.

Computer graphics researchers make drone navigation easier

Drone operators struggling to fly the multi-propeller device and take pictures simultaneously could soon have a much simpler method to steering flight.

Stronger buildings could delay, but not stop, wildfire destruction alone

California's deadly Camp Fire is now 100 percent contained, but low humidity and strong winds in the state mean that wildfires could strike again. Unfortunately, better building materials and planning can only offer so much protection, says a Purdue University natural hazards engineering expert.

Artificial intelligence for water main infrastructure

The Fracta condition assessment solution calculates and visualizes the likelihood of failure (LoF) for every water main across a utility’s infrastructure. A more accurate, objective...
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