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X-energy | October 07, 2020
X-energy is pleased to work with Ontario Power Generation (OPG) to further advance the engineering and design work of the Xe-100 small modular reactor (SMR) technology for use in Canada. In a release earlier today, the Ontario utility announced plans to "advance the design and engineering of grid-scale reactors," including X-energy's Xe-100. "It is a privilege to be working with OPG to advance the engineering work in Canada for our Xe-100 design," says Clay Sell, X-energy...
Pagabo | June 19, 2020
Pagabo has joined forces with technology brand Moodbeam to develop a wellbeing tool that looks after the mental health of workers on projects in the built environment. Moodbeam One is the world’s first wearable device, focused on capturing mood in real time through the simple pressing of a button.
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) recently released a report, ‘Understanding Mental Health in the Building Environment‘, which includes statistics that 26% of ...
PBC Today | February 28, 2020
Sustainability is a key driver to digital transformation in the environment. Alexandra Bolton, executive director of the Centre for Digital Built Britain CDBB and a member of the Construction Innovation Hub senior management team, considers the challenge, the opportunity and the potential prize. Addressing the challenges of the climate emergency is a pressing agenda for us all. The 2018 UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC Special Report brought focus to the urgent need to keep glob...
Discover Magazine | May 14, 2020
When the empire state building was completed in 1931, the 102-story skyscraper ranked as the tallest in the world, a beacon of American progress as well as a lightning rod for Midtown Manhattan. And the material that made it possible was steel - or so people believed until 2015, when Canadian architect Michael Green showed that an identical structure could be fabricated out of timber.
Green was not proposing replacing the 20th-century icon. His plans are far more radical. Green wa...
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