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    States Seek To Reduce Regulatory Burdens of Licensing
    Sep 01 2015
    By Jay Landers

    A recently defeated proposal in Indiana to end the practice of licensing professional engineers highlights a growing trend toward reexamining the purpose and extent of occupational licensing.

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    Urban Habitat Winner Embraces the Tropics
    Sep 01 2015
    By Kevin Wilcox

    A Singapore hotel featuring dramatic greenery and natural forms is praised for contributing to the urban fabric of the city.

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    Design Firms Donate Time, Effort to Restore Milan’s Iconic Rainbow Tower
    Sep 01 2015
    By Laurie A. Shuster

    The same firms that turned an unused water tower into a brightly colored work of art in 1990 returned to the structure this year to restore and repair it in time for an international exhibition.

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    Team Tests Faster Way to Treat Oil Spills
    Sep 01 2015
    By Kevin Wilcox

    Researchers at Rice University find that pyrolysis removes contaminants from soil using less energy than other methods, and leaves the soil better able to support plant life afterward.

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    Civil, Structural Engineers Join Social Media Campaign
    Aug 18 2015
    By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.

    A trending hashtag on Twitter meant to dispel stereotypes of what a typical engineer looks like has generated buzz among civil and structural engineers.

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    Doomsday Equation Points to Change in Water Use
    Aug 18 2015
    By Kevin Wilcox

    A team at Duke University uses mathematical models to identify past periods when global water use changed dramatically and project a similar change for the middle of this century.