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Engineering is digitizing essential functions

Engineering and construction companies are investing more of their annual revenue in digital operations solutions, in a bid to remain competitive and to complete jobs more quickly.

California agrees to spend another $150 million to fix Bay Bridge

San Francisco - The agency that oversaw construction of the new $6.4 billion eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge voted Thursday to spend another $150 million to help keep the structure safe in a major earthquake.

Photo essay: Canada's only synchrotron particle accelerator Special

Saskatoon - One of the world's few particle accelerators, the synchrotron at Canadian Light Source in Saskatoon creates incredibly strong beams of light to help researchers with medical and environmental science experiments.

'Canstruction' and the belief that one can fight hunger Special

Toronto - "It starts with one can." That is the call to arms, so to speak for Canstruction, the self-described "most unique food charity in the world" where architects join engineers, designers and students to build structures out of nothing more than cans of food.

Engineer fired by Google after he spies on teenagers information

Google announced today that they were forced to fire one of their engineers in July because of repeated violations of user privacy.

Trial of 'economic spies' for Chinese government began this week

Two Silicon Valley engineers are on trial for being economic spies for the Chinese government. This is only the second case in US history to go to trial under provisions of the 1996 Espionage Act. Economic espionage or start-up company?

Egyptian Engineers Join Darfur Peacekeepers

129 Egyptian engineering personnel joined the joint United Nations-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur (UNAMID).

Hot Jobs in the Power Sector

In recent years with high paying IT jobs being shipped to places like India and South America where labour is cheap, North America seem to be in a funk. Not anymore, new high paying jobs are fanning the winds of change.

Study Finds Beetle Engineers Ecosystems

The catastrophic action a tiny beetle is wreaking on the deteriorating Chihuahuan desert will be revealed in the April edition of the Royal Entomological Society’s Ecological Entomology journal.

Human Level Artificial Intelligence Will Arrive in 2029?

A panel of futurists across a number of disciplines have picked 2029 as the year the Arti-Intels finally get up to human speed. No word yet on when they're expected to arrive at self-doubt and on to self-destruction.

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