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Feature Article:
Poplar Trees Clean Up Superfund Sites With Help From Probiotics
November 2017

Researchers from the University of Washington (UW) and several small companies have conducted the first large-scale experiment on a Superfund site using poplar trees fortified with a probiotic…

Guest Article:
Five Secrets to be a Great Interviewer
November 2017

With the generational and workforce demographic challenges adversely impacting everybody’s ability to attract, hire, engage, develop and retain people, you need a leg up on ensuring that you are putting your best foot forward in the employee selection process.

By: Magi Graziano

News:
CTL Opens New Branch Office In Virginia
November 20, 2017

CTL Engineering, Inc. (CTL) is excited to announce the acquisition of Virginia-based Geotechnical Engineering, Inspection and Testing division of Burgess & Niple, Inc.

ASNT Old Dominion Section Announces November Meeting
November 20, 2017

Meeting provides networking opportunity and provides a forum for exchange of NDT technical information.

Virginia Has Cleanest Air In At Least 20 Years
November 17, 2017

The summer of 2017 was the cleanest ground-level ozone season in Virginia in at least 20 years, the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) announced recently.

Researchers Explore Drone-enabled Services
November 17, 2017

Researchers with the Service Enterprise Engineering (SEE) 360 initiative are exploring drone-enabled services with a system called SmartPark, a drone-based intelligent parking system…

Aging Water Systems Nationwide Pose Health Threats
November 16, 2017

Traditional water treatment efforts have focused on water leaving the treatment plant, but a large number of recent waterborne disease outbreaks in the U.S. can be traced to plumbing systems in buildings.


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