Engineering

Australian man loses bullying-by-breaking wind court case

Mar 29, 2019

An Australian court has dismissed a bullying case brought by an engineer who accused his former supervisor of repeatedly breaking wind toward him

Defense secretary OK's $1 billion for border fencing help

Mar 26, 2019

Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan has authorized the Army Corps of Engineers to begin planning and building 57 miles of 18-foot-high fencing along the U.S. border with Mexico.

Indonesia sending soldiers to build highway in tense Papua

Mar 8, 2019

Indonesia's military is deploying 600 soldiers to continue work on the trans Papua highway after civilian workers fled the project that's been attacked by Papuan independence fighters

Army Corps approves $2 billion Arizona copper mine project

Mar 5, 2019

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it will issue a permit authorizing construction of a $2 billion copper mine in southern Arizona

Tribes accuse Corps of withholding pipeline study records

Mar 2, 2019

Tribes battling the Dakota Access oil pipeline in court are accusing the Army Corps of Engineers of withholding dozens of documents that could bolster their case that the pipeline could unfairly impact them

China touts engineering feats of new international airport

Mar 1, 2019

Construction of a new airport in China's capital that promises to be one of the largest in the world is speeding toward completion

APNewsBreak: Tribe says Corps' pipeline findings preordained

Feb 28, 2019

The Native American tribe leading the fight against the Dakota Access oil pipeline says an Army Corps of Engineers document shows the agency concluded the pipeline wouldn't unfairly affect tribes before it ever consulting them

Tappy the robot is behind part of charges against Huawei

Jan 29, 2019

The U.S. government is alleging Chinese tech company Huawei went so far as to steal a robot's arm in its bid to get its hands on T-Mobile's trade secrets

Army Corps of Engineers proposes danger zone off Guam

Dec 19, 2018

The Army Corps of Engineers has proposed creating a new surface danger zone that would restrict boat traffic along Guam's northwest coast when a firing range is in use

Universities tapping into Sioux Falls' medical tech industry

Dec 18, 2018

Two South Dakota universities are teaming up to train biomedical engineers in an effort to help boost Sioux Falls' burgeoning medical technology industry.

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