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Truncated Domes Made From Living Concrete?

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Truncated Domes Made From Living Concrete?

For centuries, builders have been making concrete roughly the same way: by mixing hard materials like sand with various binders, and hoping it stays fixed and rigid for a long time to come.

Now, an interdisciplinary team of researchers at the University of Colorado, Boulder, has created a rather different kind of concrete — one that is alive and can even reproduce.

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Truncated Domes Depot Product Videos - Installation of Truncated Domes

Truncated Domes Depot Product Videos - Installation of Truncated Domes

Truncated Domes Depot Product Videos

View videos of our products including installation instructions for self-adhesive truncated domes mats, surface applied truncated domes tiles, and cast-in-place truncated domes tiles.

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Two Blind Brothers Taking Care of Business

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Two Blind Brothers Taking Care of Business

For Bradford and Bryan Manning, AKA Two Blind Brothers, the business idea began with a coincidence. “In 2016 I had just moved to Manhattan with my job selling banking software, and my brother, Bradford, was showing me around downtown," explains Bryan. "At one point we wandered into Bloomingdales, and that’s when we got separated.” Here Bradford picks up the story: “We finally caught up with each other outside the store. We both had shopping bags…and inside each was the exact same t-shirt. Same color, same design, the very same fabric.”

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The cement industry produces more CO2 emissions than most countries

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The cement industry produces more CO2 emissions than most countries

The cement industry produces more CO2 emissions than most countries. It may not survive. Investors worried about climate change are warning the world's biggest cement producers to reduce their emissions or face extinction.

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U.S. Access Board Webinar: Accessible Public Rights-of-Way

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U.S. Access Board Webinar: Accessible Public Rights-of-Way

Ensuring that public streets and sidewalks are accessible to people with disabilities can be a challenge, especially since accessibility guidelines for public rights-of-way have yet to be finalized.

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