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Newsmaker: Toni L.Griffin
Friday, 06.08.2012, 02:44am
The noted urban planner is heading up the new Bond Design Center at the City College of New York.
Study examines violations in developing natural gas in Pennsylvania's Marcellus shale
Friday, 05.18.2012, 02:12am
The University at Buffalo’s Shale Resources and Society Institute issued a report: "Environmental Impacts During Shale Gas Drilling: Causes, Impacts and Remedies"
Academic awarded prestigious Fellowship
Sunday, 06.26.2011, 08:49am
A University of Bristol academic has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowship by the Royal Academy of Engineering to study how buildings and road bridges made of advanced composite materials (such as glass and carbon fibre reinforced polymers) behave under different types of loading. 
Couple gives $32 million to University of Kansas for engineering program
Monday, 06.20.2011, 09:28am
University of Kansas alumnus Charles E. Spahr and his wife, Mary Jane Spahr, have donated $32 million to KU Endowment through their estate. 
USC Awarded Grant For Levee Research
Wednesday, 03.05.2008, 02:51pm
A USC civil engineering professor has received a major National Science Foundation grant to develop models for predicting dam and levee failure and responses to the resulting floods.
Professor finds new technique
Monday, 01.07.2008, 04:52pm

A Colorado State University researcher recognized for excellence by President George W. Bush in November is reporting a new technique for slowing the spread of antibiotic-resistant genes. Amy Pruden-Bagchi, an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, specializes in tracking the spread of antibiotic-resistant genes in bacteria.



 
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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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