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Pleasanton Weekly (blog)
Tue, 28 Jul 2015 14:11:15 -0700

One of the assignments in the prepared course was to compare the ancient Roman aqueducts to your city's water system. I didn't like this assignment because "your city's water system," isn't one of the Arts covered in the course. I certainly know about ...

National Post

National Post
Tue, 28 Jul 2015 12:41:15 -0700

... thousands of tidal pools wrapped in a thin ribbon around a wide stretch of white-sand beach, and bound on its inland edge by a series of natural caves carved out of the five- or six-metre-high rock with such regularity they're reminiscent of Roman ...
 
Telegraph.co.uk
Wed, 22 Jul 2015 07:03:45 -0700

From James Bond to Jason Bourne, spies have long proved themselves adept at the art of luxury globetrotting; an outfit for every occasion, flawless local knowledge and an encyclopedic understanding of the finest bars and restaurants in an often ...

3DPrint.com

3DPrint.com
Thu, 16 Jul 2015 07:33:19 -0700

This makes sense when you consider that intact ancient Roman aqueducts and roads were built utilizing hempstone mortar. The idea that 3D printed hempstone may be the wave of the green future for construction is exciting, and it's a good idea to keep ...

LinkedIn

LinkedIn
Sun, 05 Jul 2015 08:51:45 -0700

Transformational Innovation. We probably all recognize the innovations that fall into the first category; the Roman aqueducts, the plow, plant genetics, organic (soil) chemistry and microbiology, crop rotation, mechanization, greenhouses, curing ...

Tech Times

Tech Times
Fri, 20 Mar 2015 13:27:18 -0700

Ancient Roman aqueducts could reveal information about the climate thousands of years ago. Mineral deposits that coat the aqueducts are being examined in order to study what the climate was like in the days of the Roman Empire. These layers consist ...

UConn Advance

UConn Advance
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 05:33:45 -0700

It is considered possibly the finest of all Roman aqueducts, with some of its arches rising more than 100 feet high. Also represented are the Baths of Caracalla, the second largest of Rome's public baths, built between AD 212 and AD 216, during the ...
 
Hartford Courant
Mon, 28 Jul 2014 11:25:51 -0700

Gary Robbins is a geology professor at UConn specializing in groundwater hydrology. One afternoon last year, he was playing with his grandkids in New Hampshire. Sitting amidst a sea of hundreds of multi-colored LEGO blocks, Robbins got a brainstorm ...
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