A new study by the University of British Columbia (UBC) in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton University proposes a novel system of chilled panels that can substitute air conditioning and can also help decrease the threat of indoor disease transmission.
The Use of Graphene Oxide for the Protection of Concrete
By Brett Smith
Treatments Used to Improve Quality of Building Ceramics
By Ben Pilkington, MSt.
How are Geopolymers Used in Foam Concrete and Why are they Useful in Cold Regions?
By Sarah Moore
Visualizing Metrology and Potholes in Building Materials
Camera Networks and Their Role in Construction Automation
By Megan Ray Nichols
Using Semiconductors in Smart Buildings
Robertson Introduce Facial Recognition Technology on UK’s First National Robotarium Site
From Robertson Group
Ofgem “Sandbox” Awarded to Emergent Energy Unlocks New Commercial Offer for Housing Industry that can Cut the Costs of Delivering Net Zero Technologies by 25%
From Emergent Energy Systems Ltd.
Leviat Launch New Thermally Efficient Ancon Windpost
Morgan Sindall Construction Brings Skills Boost to Salford with Knowledge Quad
From Morgan Sindall Construction
Chilled Panels can Replace AC and Prevent Indoor Disease Transmission
New Method can Help Assess Bridge Repairs, Save Significant Cost