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Jul 01

The New Construction Industry

For many years, the construction industry has been described as one of the main economic engines worldwide. Despite this, a recent research project funded by the National Science Foundation pointed…

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Jul 05

More Steel and Less Cement

Replacing cement for structural steel for new developments is a matter of environmental quality and, therefore, necessary for our health. Besides the greenhouse effects generated due to the global…

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Jun 21

Monterrey needs more construction… with steel

The last year, I had the opportunity to sat face-to-face with more than 200 experts of the construction industry from Mexico, the United States and Puerto Rico. As the founder of a construction…

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Jun 12

Interview for Laka Perspectives, v.2

Following the first volume of “Laka Perspectives” book, published in January 2018, Laka Foundation presented a new collection of interviews with experts from around the world. Defined by the editor…

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Exxact Corporation - Apr 01 - Blog Post:
Selecting The Right Workstation for Ansys Workloads

Ansys structural mechanics products have long supported parallel processing, and with it, leading to fast solution turnaround times.

Deepmind - Mar 30 - Blog Post:
Agent57: Outperforming the human Atari benchmark

The Atari57 suite of games is a long-standing benchmark to gauge agent performance across a wide range of tasks. We’ve...

Faraday - Mar 30 - Blog Post:
Strengthening customer relationships during times of economic uncertainty

How brands can nurture meaningful relationships with their customers during times of economic uncertainty.

Facebook AI - Mar 27 - Blog Post:
Investing in research in the era of COVID-19

As we all continue to monitor the rapidly evolving situation surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, we want to communicate how Facebook’s…

Sparrho - Mar 26 - Blog Post:
How has the coronavirus outbreak affected your life as a researcher? (part 2)

Maria Pastrama, postdoc at the Eindhoven University of Technology, investigating bone and cartilage mechanics using computational and experimental methods to...

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