Engineering

Trump administration delays expansion of clean water rule

Jan 31, 2018

The Trump administration is delaying implementation of an Obama-era clean water rule by another two years to give the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers more time to do away with it

Groups sue to block construction of Louisiana oil pipeline

Jan 12, 2018

Environmental groups have sued the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in a bid to block construction of a 162-mile-long crude oil pipeline across south Louisiana

Fired Google engineer's suit alleges reverse discrimination

Jan 9, 2018

Fired Google engineer who wrote 'diversity memo' sues company for discrimination

Get Bach to work: Company orchestras a German tradition

Dec 18, 2017

Playing Mozart certainly lifts the spirit _ but can performing his symphonies also help with business tasks such as developing software or designing luxury SUVs

Scholarship for Muslim women honors pioneering scientist

Dec 10, 2017

The family of an Iraq-born woman who developed a pioneering drug for congestive heart failure in the United States has created a scholarship for Muslim women pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and math

Correction: Oil Pipeline story

Dec 5, 2017

Correction: Oil Pipeline story

Texas residents sue over water release during Harvey

Nov 2, 2017

More than 120 Southeast Texas residents have signed on to a federal lawsuit alleging that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers illegally took their property when it released water from a reservoir and a dam during Hurricane Harvey flooding their homes

Engineers: lives lost in Mexico quake could have been saved

Oct 10, 2017

Prominent engineers says dozens of lives likely could have been saved in Mexico City's Sept. 19 earthquake if officials had outlawed a building technique now banned in parts of the United States, Chile and New Zealand

Review of Dakota Access oil pipeline to extend into spring

Oct 6, 2017

The Army Corps of Engineers says it likely will take until next April to finish court-ordered additional environmental study of the Dakota Access pipeline

Hawaii man, South Korean national charged in bribery case

Sep 28, 2017

A Hawaii man and a South Korean national were charged in the soliciting of $2.8 million in bribes to steer more than $400 million worth of Army engineering and construction work to a South Korea-based company

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