How green are US cities?
 
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How green are US cities?

How green are US cities?

A diverse set of indicators was used to rank the sustainability of the 100 largest cities in the U.S. Read more →

Meeting stringent CO2 building code requirements with Infineon's XENSIV™ PAS  CO2 sensor

Infineon Technologies

Meeting stringent CO2 building code requirements with Infineon's XENSIV™ PAS CO2 sensor

As today's world is struggling to come to grips with a worldwide pandemic and the rapid spread of viruses, accurate and reliable indoor air quality monitoring has become a crucial part of existing and newly updated building codes.
 

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Penn receives $2.4 Million ARPA-E grant to research the design of carbon-negative buildings

Penn receives $2.4 Million ARPA-E grant to research the design of carbon-negative buildings

The University of Pennsylvania and collaborators will design carbon-negative, medium-sized building structures by developing a high-performance structural system for carbon absorption and storage over the lifespan of the building. Read more →

Drone fleet works together to build, repair

Drone fleet works together to build, repair

Designed for possible applications in the construction and manufacturing sectors, Imperial's fleet of drones, called Aerial Additive Manufacturing (Aerial-AM), mimic the building methods employed by bees and wasps that work together to build larger structures. Read more →

Take charge of mobile access to the physical world

LEGIC Identsystems

Take charge of mobile access to the physical world

LEGIC Connect Go is an award-winning, end-to-end Mobile Credentialing platform which integrates secure access control into virtually any device or service via an end-user's mobile device. No backend required!
 

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New data-sharing platform helps optimize infrastructure industry

New data-sharing platform helps optimize infrastructure industry

The platform provides a comprehensive map interface with utility locations, site hazards, geotechnical conditions, land rights and permit constraints. Read more →

New nuclear life proposed for old coal-fired generators

New nuclear life proposed for old coal-fired generators

Retired coal-fired power plants in the U.S. could be repurposed as nuclear power plant sites and contribute to the attainment of net-zero emissions goals by 2050. Read more →

   

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