Queen’s University civil engineers have the pulse on the water pipes, gas lines and sewers that lie beneath our feet.
How new technology is boosting the lifespan of large-scale infrastructure.
More than 200 researchers enter the “CRIB” to develop and test large-scale infrastructure in real-world conditions.
Using a by-product of the pulp and paper industry to create a kind of super glue for cement.
University of British Columbia research is making bridges stronger — and smarter.
Innovative research is a crucial part of the plan to make Canada’s roads, bridges and water systems stronger, safer and more durable.
Evangelical Christians have started to hear a new sermon from the pulpit: conservation. Not everyone within the church is happy about it.