News - 10 Oct 2023
Scientists at the University of Bristol have successfully used screws as connectors in bamboo without splitting the material.
Images Credit: Dominika Malkowska
The study, recently published in...
News - 23 Aug 2023
Australian engineers have discovered a way to make stronger concrete using roasted, used coffee grounds, giving the drink additive a “double-shot” and reducing waste going to...
News - 16 Aug 2023
The RO Group is delighted to announce that it will shortly start work on a substantial refurbishment of Silbury House with the intention of making it the most sustainable office building in Milton...
News - 18 May 2023
According to a landmark study done at Willis Tower by Illinois Institute of Technology researchers, automated insulating window coverings can reduce energy usage by one-quarter and may repay...
News - 16 May 2023
Although the deadline for the UKCA certification process has been pushed to 30 June 2025, manufacturers of structural timber fasteners and fixings are being told to start now with getting products...
News - 11 May 2023
Climate technology company Partanna Global has secured a USD$12m investment in pre-seed funding from global venture capital fund Cherubic Ventures.
Partanna is behind the development of the...
News - 19 Apr 2023
Washington State University has created a practical formula for carbon-negative, environmentally friendly concrete that is almost as strong as conventional concrete.
Graduate student Zhipeng Li...
News - 7 Apr 2023
Grass America, a leading supplier of functional hardware for the cabinet industry, highlights its Dynapro product, the premier undermount slide for drawer applications. This synchronized, soft-close,...
News - 30 Mar 2023
Concrete is a highly utilized material across the world, and regarding human resources, only water surpasses concrete in terms of its level of consumption.
A group of scientists at Rice...
News - 13 Mar 2023
If concrete was a country, it would have been the world’s third-largest carbon dioxide emitter behind only China and the US. This is no surprise given that it is the second most used...