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A Start-Up’s Take on the Art of Processing Customer Feedback
At CivilGEO, we value and encourage customer feedback. Clients can use email, voicemail and in many cases immediately talk to a support engineer when they have a comment or want to report a technical glitch. http://bit.ly/2nUC80z
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Build It Bigger: Super Fast Warship
See how one of the largest ships in the world—a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier—was constructed and assembled in parts http://bit.ly/2nlhw6p
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Want to cut carbon emissions? Try growing cement bricks with bacteria
A North Carolina startup takes inspiration from sea shells and grows biocement bricks http://bit.ly/2p0xO0O
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Autonomous Shared Vehicles for Greener Cities
Autonomous shared vehicles can take off 80% of the vehicles off the road according to ETH Zurich Research in 2015. http://bit.ly/2oh8RBv
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A Plan to Finance Infrastructure
Adding a few pennies to the gas bill could easily finance infrastructure projects, but just how much is US Representative Peter DeFazio proposing? http://wapo.st/2olqY6v
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Atlantic City and Miami Beach fight to stay above water
Whether you accept or deny global warming, there is no denying that sea levels are rising globally. Check out this video to see how residents of Atlantic City and Miami Beach are coping with this problem. http://bit.ly/2ogBe03
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Runway at Glasgow Airport replaced as Scotland slept
Some 200 workers work in the night at the Glasgow airport to resurface the airstrip using the latest asphalt technology. The challenge here is that the airport must start functioning by 6:00AM every morning. http://bbc.in/2nf0ToW
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Tales in Geography: John Wesley Powell Rides the Colorado (Part 1)
Powell’s Report, The Lands of the Arid Region of the United States, published in 1878, underlined that water was key to the success of all western land ventures. This seems obvious to us now in view of modern-day water conflicts, but at the time this indisputable truth went largely unrecognized. http://bit.ly/2mI0peM
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Hackers Could Destroy Parts of America's Infrastructure
Our nation's critical infrastructure, including power grids, water systems, and much more, are managed using industrial control systems. These controls, which are readily accessible via the Internet, are vulnerable to being hacked. The controlled infrastructure could be damaged or destroyed by outside agents. http://bit.ly/2nLEpPZ
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America's Levees in Serious Need Repair and Upgrades
Up to 100,000 miles of levees in America protect our property from flooding. Yet ASCE’s recent report shows that only 1.8% of this critical infrastructure are acceptable and that many levees need serious repair and upgrading to make them safe. http://bit.ly/2mAhWR0
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