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Geotechnic services provider offers more than 10Gbps service for €2,500

An engineering service provider in the Republic of Ireland is offering up to 10Gbits of data for €4,000 ($5,200).Dublin-based geotextensio, which offers “lightweight” geotechical engineering (LEGE) exams, says the service is “part of our commitment to the future”.Dublin based geoteptensio has been offering up-to-10Gbps data services to its customers for some time, the company says.Dublin

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What are the future implications of using the ‘geoengineering’ technology

Engineering jobs will be created through geotechical engineering.A recent article in the journal Applied Geophysics and Geoengineering has found that by using the “geoengineered” technology, a company can create jobs for people with no formal engineering training.The article, by Professor Richard Fisk from the University of Leeds, was co-authored by Professor James Gannon from the

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What is a Geotechnic?

The geotechical engineering industry was born in the late 1940s, when geologists were tasked with studying the behavior of the Earth’s crust.Geotechic techniques involve drilling holes in the Earth to find out how the crust bends and moves.For the most part, geologists’ efforts have focused on drilling holes to determine how the Earth moves.But geoteachers