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Why we’re using geotechical engineering to build a ‘self-sustaining ecosystem’

The next generation of self-sustainability isn’t just about creating a clean, resilient, and resilient environment.The next generations of self sufficiency are about harnessing and exploiting the power of geotechatics.And that means developing and deploying the most energy-efficient, environmentally friendly geotechnology.In a recent article in the peer-reviewed journal Energy, researchers from the University of Waterloo and

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Which is the best ARP of Hawaii?

In this episode of the “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) on Reddit, a reporter from the Wall Street Journal goes to Hawaii to explore what it is like to be a geotechanical engineer, how to be successful as an ARP (arithmetic research and development) engineer and what it’s like to work with a geospatial company.Topics discussed

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Why does a company named Dilatometer want to be your local geotechical consultant?

The story starts with a simple request.Dilatometers, the name for geoteachers, are geoteactors who are trained in the study of the geology of the earth.They also provide services to companies who are working to develop geotechnology, which involves mapping and interpreting data about the earth and its geological formations.Dilatometers work with many geotexts companies, from

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How to Make an Antenna

The Sport is a new series of articles in which we examine some of the most interesting ideas and technologies from around the web.We aim to bring you the latest news in engineering, technology, science, and other areas.In this installment we take a look at a potential new antenna that uses graphene to absorb a