In modern society, we find that the majority of our infrastructure is made of ageing concrete.
A new kind of concrete could reduce emissions from the construction industry. Calcium carbonate concrete is made from waste concrete and carbon dioxide from the air or industrial exhaust gases.
Sakuu Corporation, an additive manufacturing technology company, today announced the commencement of its pilot line and learning center.
Coating concrete destined to rebuild America's crumbling bridges and roadways with millions of tons of underused flyash waste from burning coal could extend the life of the structures significantly, saving billions of dollars, scientists reported here.
A researcher at Missouri University of Science and Technology is leading a study to increase the amount of fly ash used in concrete.
Bent concrete beams, cracks on the undersides of bridges, risk of rust for the reinforcement: In Switzerland, many structures are getting on in years.
The manufacturer of high-tech laboratory instruments, KNAUER Wissenschaftliche Geräte GmbH, has committed to helping the victims of the West Germany’s recent flooding disaster with a donation of €15,000.
As Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University researchers completed their research on coloured architectural concrete, they found a surprising result--green pigmented cement had impurities that produced porous, poor quality concrete.
Forces of nature have been outsmarting the materials we use to build our infrastructure since we started producing them.
To create a better understanding of workers’ exposure to welding fumes in Australia, the NSW Government’s Centre for Work Health and Safety is conducting new research.