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Thomas Edison Also Invented the Concrete House, Researcher Says
Monday, 06.20.2011, 09:23am
 Afficionados of modern poured-concrete design were in for a rude awakening last month when they heard NJIT Assistant Professor Matt Burgermaster's presentation at the 64th annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians. "Edison's 'Single-Pour System': Inventing Seamless Architecture" illustrated how Thomas Edison invented and patented in 1917 an innovative construction system to mass produce prefabricated and seamless concrete houses. Typically most people associate this style of architectural design and type of building technology with the European avant-garde of the early 20th century.
Women in Concrete Alliance seeks nominees for Woman of Distinction awar
Tuesday, 08.31.2010, 05:48pm
LAS VEGAS — The Women in Concrete Alliance (WICA), a networking organization for women in the concrete industry that debuted earlier this year, has announced the call for entries for their first Woman of Distinction award.
Worst Pollution Risks Moving Indoors
Saturday, 01.26.2008, 05:12pm
Researchers have repeatedly found in the past 20 years that levels of various toxic pollutants in household dust were higher, often many times higher, than the levels that force cleanup of soil at federal Superfund sites, according "Exposure Analysis," a new textbook.
"Feather" Phil Grosser, 22, a "character"
Friday, 12.14.2007, 03:25pm
Known to many as "Feather Phill," Phillip Grosser, 22, had a distinct presence on campus, both spiritually and visually. Many of Grosser's close friends remember him as someone passionate about celebrating and sharing his Christian faith.


 
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Chongqing is situated at the upper reaches of the Yangtze and at the joint of central China and West China. It is rich in biological resources, mineral resources, water resources and the unique Three Gorges tourist resources. The world famous construction of the Three Gorges dam and developable emigration of the reservoir area and the investment demand and consumption need of the 30 million people who are marching to a well-off living standard will provide a vast market potential for the future development of Chongqing.

 
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