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Transparency the new Sustainability

Jason McLennan, one of the most influential people in the green-building movement, gave a very moving and inspiring talk. He has dedicated his life into building a more sustainable world. 523 more words


South Dakota School of Mines Showcases its Value

PayScale recently released their 2015 College ROI Report and South Dakota School of Mines & Technology (SDSM&T) has earned some bragging rights (in addition to… 190 more words


Here´s the engine for the next Opel Senator

Automotive News has reported that the 2016 Cadillac CT6 will be equipped with a twin turbo V-6 (below). We wonder if this device will also power Opel´s possible future range topper, the revived Senator. 330 more words

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Missing at SXSW 2015: Conversations Between Engineers and Designers

As anyone who has been immersed in the madness that is the SXSW Interactive festival can tell you, there was a palpable obsession in Austin last week for the latest news in design and technology. 457 more words


Case Solution for Project Vishwamitra at T.P. Engineering Corporation

Complete Case details are given below :

Case Name :      Project Vishwamitra at T.P. Engineering Corporation

Authors :           S. Ramnarayan, Rekha K.N., Neha Gupta

Source :             Ivey Publishing… 291 more words


North American Windpower: IRS Unveils Favorable PTC Guidance On 'Start Of Construction'

On Wednesday, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) published Notice 2015-25, which provides guidance the wind power industry has been waiting for since the extension of the production tax credit (PTC) in December. 444 more words

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Germanwings #Flight4U9525 - co-pilot Andreas Lubitz and black box details - two annotated infographics

Reflecting on the difficulty in ascertaining the cause of many high-profile, high-casualty plane crashes, it is unsettling for entirely different reasons to know with near-certainty so soon after the incident that the cause of Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 crashing headfirst in to the Alps was a depressed co-pilot who had lost the will to live and consciously took the necessary steps to enact such a tragedy. 70 more words