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  • Get a grip on new equipment

    The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) show will be held Oct. 16-18, 2007, in Louisville, Kentucky, and will include displays of new products, hands-on equipment demonstrations, and seminars.

  • ESRI maps out annual conference

    The 26th annual Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) International User Conference will be held Aug. 7-11 in San Diego.

  • Steering kids toward science

    Where are the engineers of tomorrow going to come from if we're already so short on talented candidates today? The President's Environmental Youth Awards (PEYA) seeks to do just that.

  • Guide sorts out tricky transportation law

    The American Public Works Association (APWA) offers a resource guide on the SAFETEA-LU federal transportation law, intending to help officials sort out the complicated legislation and determine how it affects them.

  • Hot-mix asphalt training made easy

  • EPA releases stormwater management model

  • Quick-sealing tire technology

    Earlier this year Goodyear introduced commercial tire technology, called DuraSeal, that repairs tire punctures. And it works, said Ross Petrini, Toronto's fleet maintenance operations manager.

  • Smart growth technical assistance awarded

    The EPA has selected five communities to receive assistance from a team of private-sector national experts in planning for future growth. The EPA will direct ICF Consulting, Fairfax, Va., to organize multi-disciplinary teams to provide the communities with tools and resources to find innovative...

  • UCLA starts water technology research center

    University of California at Los Angeles's (UCLA) Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science has formed a new Water Technology Research Center, led by Yoram Cohen and dubbed the WaTeR Center. It will develop technologies to turn brackish or seawater into fresh water.

  • Cracking the water code using bioinformatics

    When it comes to tackling public health threats, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That's the thinking behind the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's decision to award two grants—totaling $9 million—to further bioinformatics studies at two university research centers.