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Carbon-Negative Plastic, A sustainable Material

The twentieth century was a period of unfathomable change, with more progressive thoughts and investigative developments than maybe any time prior to it. Be that as it may, among the numerous developments in the material sciences, one stands as maybe the most progressive: plastics. An experimental group of materials when ...

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The Luxor Temple

The city of Waset, in ancient Egyptian it means the city of a Hundred Gates. It was also called Thebes later became the famous city of Luxor. During the era of the twelfth Dynasty (1991 BC) this city was the capital of Egypt and became at its highest fame during ...

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Expansion of Public Gardens in Tbilisi and Related Issues

Expansion of Public Gardens in Tbilisi and Related Issues Author: Nino Laghidze, Ana Lagidze. Tbilisi, 2015 The article describes issues related to the present-day situation and future expansion of Tbilisi gardens and parks in the conditions of market economy: background factors, risks threatening to destroy the city landscape and potential ...

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What is Biotechnology?

Biotechnology, in all of its forms, has thrived since prehistoric times. When the first human beings discovered that they could plant their own crops and breed their own animals, they learned to use biotechnology. They have discovered several things such as: that milk could be converted into cheese or yogurt ...

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Choosing a conference to attend

As previously established, there are countless benefits to attending Academic conferences. It is, for one and undoubtedly, a great chance for one to meet people working in the same field and industry with names or faces only seen in print. It could lead to future collaborations and partnerships as well ...

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What is Sustainability?

Sustainability means accumulating one’s own needs without jeopardizing the ability of future generations to accumulate it’s own needs. The perception of sustainability is new and unfamiliar to most. The development has ties with conservationism, social justice, internationalism and other past movements with abundant histories. In the late twentieth century, Sustainable ...

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Urbanization in Europe – A Brief History

A millennium ago Europe began its journey towards becoming Urban. In fact, possibly half of Europe’s population, today, live in massive towns or large sets, although two or three out of ten experience a life that could only be called urbanized. Having found most of the essential towns in Europe ...

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Futuristic Concept: Self-healing Concrete

Due to the new technology being developed by the European Research Project, the self-healing materials, the tunnels, bridges and other civil engineering structures can be much safer. Elke Gruyaert, one of the team of Engineers working on the project at Ghent University in Belgium, told us about the mechanism of ...

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