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Nature-based and hard infrastructure solutions work in tandem to protect and restore coastal communities in Louisiana and Florida.
Because cities are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, civil engineers are working to decarbonize buildings, power generation, transportation systems, and other urban infrastructure.
During a recent ASCE webinar, professors discussed how they've incorporated the platform into their curricula at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
NASA is funding research on new concrete mixes that rely on materials found on the moon to construct habitats, launch platforms, and other infrastructure that astronauts will need.
Rope access systems help engineers keep a giant radio telescope scanning the skies within a protected zone in Green Bank, West Virginia.
As the world grows warmer, engineers strive to protect and preserve our threatened infrastructure from wildfires and heat waves.
A team has developed an instrumented bike that will improve cyclist efficiency, safety, and mobility by tracking the condition of cycling infrastructure such as trails, sidewalks, and paved pathways.
Scheduled for completion in late 2023, the hotel's striking facade with domed windows will contribute to the building’s carbon-positive operation while also evoking Colorado’s aspen trees.
A study sought to combine historical records with current survey data to form a complete picture of erosion that has affected coastlines over the past 50 years.
See how Future World Vision comes to life through an immersive VR experience.
Stay updated on the upcoming Future World Vision giant-screen film, Cities of the Future.
Create and share your own custom tour of Mega City 2070.