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  • Article - 15 Feb 2023
    After water, concrete is the most extensively used material in the world. However, the concrete industry accounts for a significant portion of total global carbon emissions - estimated at 4-8%.
  • Article - 9 Aug 2022
    Researchers at a private university in the USA recently announced that they were developing a hemp rebar product that could replace steel rebar in construction projects.
  • Article - 21 Jun 2022
    Researchers in Italy have recently developed a moss-building skin that can contribute to urban greening at scale and within tight town budgets.
  • Article - 23 Feb 2022
    The built environment is made of 3D space, and so AR has found many significant applications in the architecture and construction sectors since the 1990s – with more use cases coming from advances in...
  • Article - 15 Feb 2022
    Glass blocks are architectural materials that provide both visual opacity and light in buildings. Glass is an integral part of upscale interior design and can be used for wall and floor applications.
  • Article - 16 Dec 2021
    Slate is formed when high pressures are exerted on a sedimentary rock like shale. It is a dark, fine-grained stone made up of thin, sedimentary layers that allow it to be split into thin slabs, often...
  • Article - 3 Dec 2021
    The concept of sustainable construction can be simply defined as the ability to construct an affordable, healthy and comfortable building structure. The materials, processes, and maintenance during...
  • Article - 1 Nov 2021
    As humanity moves towards a carbon-free future, the industry will have to rapidly adopt new, greener practices. This article will look at how the construction industry can contribute to achieving...
  • Article - 25 Oct 2021
    Technology is consistently improving our quality of life. The internet of things, artificial intelligence, robots, and smart sensors will all feature in the houses of the future. This article will...
  • Article - 10 Mar 2020
    Nondestructive metrology techniques are beneficial when it comes to analyzing building materials, particularly concrete and pavement. Metrology can also be invaluable when it comes to assessing...

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