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    At San Francisco Safety Center, Something Old, Something New
    Apr 28 2015
    By Kevin Wilcox

    A new public safety complex blends a historical firehouse with a state-of-the-art police department headquarters in a redeveloping neighborhood near the bay.

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    Buddhist Educational Center Opens In Southeastern Australia
    Apr 28 2015
    By Jenny Jones

    The building has four precast concrete walls that cantilever beyond the facade, recalling a lotus flower.

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    Senate-Inspired Kennedy Institute Opens
    Apr 28 2015
    By Kevin Wilcox

    Elegant new structure honors the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy and serves the mission of educating the public on the role of the Senate in U.S. government.

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    Santa Monica Cliffside Bridge
    Apr 27 2015
    By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.

    Santa Monica's "California Incline," which skims the side of the Pacific Palisades cliffs, is being rebuilt to improve seismic resilience and public safety while protecting the site's fragile bluff formations.

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    Report: Rising Arctic Temperatures Have Global Implications
    Apr 21 2015
    By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.

    A state-of-the-field report geared toward nonspecialists and issued by the U.S. National Research Council details the global implications of rising Arctic temperatures and melting ice.

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    Subatomic Particles Aid Investigation of Large Bridge Components
    Apr 21 2015
    By Laurie A. Shuster

    Researchers in diverse fields at Columbia University are shooting neutrons into bridge cables to reliably characterize their behavior when small wires inevitably break.