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  • Article - 27 Jul 2006
    Celcon Solar blocks have been specially developed to offer cost effective traditional solutions to the energy conservation requirements of the Building Regulations (Part ‘L’).
  • Article - 4 Sep 2019
    Recent research has shown that incorporating carbon nanotubes into cement results in composite materials with significant potential.
  • Article - 3 Jan 2024
    Composite materials are those constructed from two or more constituent materials, generating novel or enhanced properties such as mechanical and thermal resistance, vibration damping, corrosion...
  • Article - 12 Apr 2023
    Concrete is the most commonly used construction material for key infrastructure and buildings, but pure concrete cannot meet the stringent demands of the construction industry. To improve its strength...
  • Article - 10 Jan 2023
    Staggering amounts of waste are produced by industrial and domestic activity. Utilizing waste to produce value-added products is a central focus of research, and waste streams are being increasingly...
  • Article - 15 Dec 2022
    Here, we focus on the work that is being done to solve the biggest problem in the concrete industry with the help of graphene. We highlight the recent advances in this sector and give an overview of...
  • Article - 17 Nov 2021
    A research paper published online in October 2021 in Scientific Reports has considered current research into ancient masonry and studied blue brick in a modern building in Kaifeng, China. The results...
  • Article - 23 May 2024
    Researchers are developing energy-efficient bricks using various waste materials, including industrial, agricultural, and plastic scraps, to promote sustainability in construction. These innovative...
  • Article - 19 Dec 2023
    The use of plastics for construction has become a major environmental concern. Reducing reliance on plastics and replacing them with sustainable construction materials can lead to a greener future.
  • Article - 22 Feb 2023
    Scientists at the University of Manchester, UK, recently demonstrated how a novel concrete material using Martian soil and the blood of human astronauts as ingredients could pave the way for future...

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