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    Does Purdue Have the Cure for the Sophomore Slump?
    Jul 26 2016
    By Kevin Wilcox

    Researchers at Purdue examine what role the 'freeform classroom' has played in improved student performance and test the innovative method at different universities.

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    Building Underwater Poses Unique Challenges
    Jul 26 2016
    By Jean Thilmany

    The design firm charged with lowering the end of Montreal's Alexandra Pier for riverfront access says constructing a wharf wall underwater isn't quite like building blind but it's close.

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    Dramatic Station Embraces Taiwan’s Rail History
    Jul 26 2016
    By Kevin Wilcox

    A new multimodal transportation center in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, honors its historical predecessor while presenting residents with a forward-looking, parklike gathering space. 

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    Construction to Begin on I-66 Variable Tolling System
    Jul 19 2016
    By Jay Landers

    The 10 mi long segment of Interstate 66 that is located inside the Capital Beltway in northern Virginia will feature the first all-lane, dynamic-priced tolling system in the United States.

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    Iconic Glass Globe Anchors Expo Community
    Jul 19 2016
    By Kevin WIlcox

    The architecture and engineering teams for the upcoming World's Fair in Kazakhstan created a legacy development, weaving the new structures into the urban fabric.

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    El Paso Extends Bus Rapid Transit
    Jul 19 2016
    By Kevin Wilcox

    El Paso's bright, chartreuse bus rapid transit system is growing in ridership and expanding its services to new routes that serve more of the city.