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    Myrtle Beach Interchange Project Overcomes Geotechnical Limitations
    Jul 28 2015
    By Jay Landers

    The design of a recently completed traffic improvement project in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, had to account for significant geotechnical shortcomings to enable the installation of a 1,250 ft long bridge, the key step in replacing a busy at-grade intersection with a grade-separated interchange.

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    Climate Warming and Other Disturbing Trends Worsen in 2014
    Jul 28 2015
    By Kevin Wilcox

    A new report reveals that 2014 was marked by record warmth, record levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, record ocean temperatures, and "the Blob."

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    Research Shows Promise of Precollege STEM Programs
    Jul 28 2015
    By Kevin Wilcox

    Researchers at Michigan State University find that participants in a successful summer STEM program are eight times more likely to pursue a STEM education in college. 

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    D.C. Project Moves, Preserves Historical Buildings
    Jul 21 2015
    By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.

    Excavation for a parking garage to be located underneath two historic buildings has begun in Washington, D.C.-after the buildings were first repositioned on the site.

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    Innovative Berm, Outlet Structure Help Restore Critical Wetland
    Jul 21 2015
    By Jay Landers

    A recently completed berm and outlet structure is helping to control the water levels of a key wetland in northern Virginia while minimizing long-term effects on the environment.

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    Slim Tower Echoes Pop Star’s Curves
    Jul 21 2015
    By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.

    A slender tower designed with parametric modeling to maximize interior space and minimize wind resistance has resulted in curves that echo the female form.