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As well as designing cranes and studying gear systems in detail, Da Vinci sketched out plans of what an ideal city would look like without sanitation or transport problems. We analyse how the influence of this Italian Renaissance genius lives on in urban planning 500 years later.
A team of MIT scientists hopes to turn virtually any surface into a noise-cancelling speaker. Details about the novel technology behind this goal have been published in the scientific journal IEEE Transactions of Industrial Electronics.
To move the Statue of Liberty from France to New York, it had to be disassembled into 350 pieces and packed into 214 crates. We look at the design, construction and transport of the structure that welcomed millions of immigrants who came to the continent in search of the American dream.
The construction of Linea Evora (Portugal) entails multiple relevant milestones from a structural and innovation standpoint, due to contract requirements. One of the principal peculiarities is that Sacyr has used a cooling process for cement for the first time.