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phys | November 09, 2017

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What started as a final year engineering class project at McMaster University is now an internationally recognized improved solution for the early detection of melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer. Michael Takla, Rotimi Fadiya, Prateek Mathur and Shivad Bhavsar, all graduates of McMaster's Electrical and Biomedical Engineering program, have received the prestigious James Dyson Award and $50K to support the development of The sKan, the team's skin cancer detection device....

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HAWAII LOOKS TO BOOST CONSTRUCTION TO OFFSET INDUSTRY SLOWDOWN

West Hawaii Today | January 13, 2020

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Construction work in Hawaii is likely to slow next year, but state lawmakers seem inclined to go along with Gov. David Ige’s plan to budget extra money to boost state construction spending and give a lift to the industry. In a presentation to House and Senate lawmakers last week, Chief State Economist Eugene Tian said the good news is that state tax collections are up by about 6% thus far this fiscal year, initial unemployment claims are down, and the number of air seats to Hawaii is expec...

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WHAT’S A DIGITAL TWIN AND IS IT AS GOOD AS THE PROMISE? AND WHAT CAN BIM DO?

The Fifth Estate | January 13, 2020

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Technology is allowing great advances in design, construction and building management techniques. Here we explore digital twins and BIM through interviews with leaders from Willow and Autodesk. One of the key recommendations of the Shergold and Weir Building Confidence report was the improvement of documentation by digitising all design and construction information and extending its use into building operations. This electronic building passport could be delivered through the development of digi...

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AECOM REPORTEDLY IN TALKS WITH WSP

AECOM, WSP Global | January 14, 2020

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Los Angeles-based construction and engineering giant AECOM is in talks with Canadian firm WSP Global Inc. about a possible deal, Bloomberg reported last night. Media reports said that WSP approached AECOM about the potential transaction, according to sources familiar with the two companies. Although there is no guarantee that the talks will lead to a deal or how a deal would play out, analyst Andrew Wittmann said in a written research report that he believes the discussions likely have some meri...

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GRADS RECEIVE JAMES DYSON AWARD FOR CANCER DETECTION DEVICE

phys | November 09, 2017

What started as a final year engineering class project at McMaster University is now an internationally recognized improved solution for the early detection of melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer. Michael Takla, Rotimi Fadiya, Prateek Mathur and Shivad Bhavsar, all graduates of McMaster's Electrical and Biomedical Engineering program, have received the prestigious James Dyson Award and $50K to support the development of The sKan, the team's skin cancer detection device....

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HAWAII LOOKS TO BOOST CONSTRUCTION TO OFFSET INDUSTRY SLOWDOWN

West Hawaii Today | January 13, 2020

Construction work in Hawaii is likely to slow next year, but state lawmakers seem inclined to go along with Gov. David Ige’s plan to budget extra money to boost state construction spending and give a lift to the industry. In a presentation to House and Senate lawmakers last week, Chief State Economist Eugene Tian said the good news is that state tax collections are up by about 6% thus far this fiscal year, initial unemployment claims are down, and the number of air seats to Hawaii is expec...

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WHAT’S A DIGITAL TWIN AND IS IT AS GOOD AS THE PROMISE? AND WHAT CAN BIM DO?

The Fifth Estate | January 13, 2020

Technology is allowing great advances in design, construction and building management techniques. Here we explore digital twins and BIM through interviews with leaders from Willow and Autodesk. One of the key recommendations of the Shergold and Weir Building Confidence report was the improvement of documentation by digitising all design and construction information and extending its use into building operations. This electronic building passport could be delivered through the development of digi...

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AECOM REPORTEDLY IN TALKS WITH WSP

AECOM, WSP Global | January 14, 2020

Los Angeles-based construction and engineering giant AECOM is in talks with Canadian firm WSP Global Inc. about a possible deal, Bloomberg reported last night. Media reports said that WSP approached AECOM about the potential transaction, according to sources familiar with the two companies. Although there is no guarantee that the talks will lead to a deal or how a deal would play out, analyst Andrew Wittmann said in a written research report that he believes the discussions likely have some meri...

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