Illustrative image (Source: http://vneconomy.vn) City HCM (VNA) – More than 600 experts, scientists, intellectuals and representatives of companies from the country and abroad will discuss how to strengthen the links between companies, research institutes and authorities to develop the eastern region of Ho Chi Minh City in a innovative urbanRead More →

A process invented at UW-Madison now removes phosphorus at the Madison Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. Like many other advances from colleges of agriculture and engineering, this one is designed to reduce the costs and environmental consequences of wastewater treatment. Phil Barak, professor of soil science, is scientific director of NRU,Read More →

Archaeologists have found more than 15 mega-monumental temples and 200 obelisks at Göbeklitepe, which is described as the starting point of history by historians. On Monday, the Department of Archeology at Harran University and Chairman of the Regional Committee for the Conservation of Cultural Properties of Åžanlıurfa, Dr Mehmet ÖnalRead More →

mGardens grows hydroponic leafy greens in rural Kansas and markets them to local grocery stores, restaurants, and a farmers market. While much of the country’s domestic hydroponic food production is done by growers located near large urban areas, mGardens in Gorham, Kan., Is reversing the trend. Tom Murphy, who operatesRead More →

July 06, 2018 – The Municipality of Bijelo Polje recognized successful people who represent not only their hometown, but the entire state at international events. The President of the Municipality of Bijelo Polje, Petar Smolović, had the honor to welcome two successful women from Bijelo Polje: the winner of theRead More →

If you live in Northeast New Jersey, you’ve probably seen the Urban Area Safety Initiative (UASI) region’s television, internet and outdoor advertising campaign designed for the region. Emergency management programs in this area benefit from funding from the NJ Department of Homeland Security dedicated to the unique planning, organizing, equipping,Read More →

An Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has now entered a “new phase” after the confirmation of the first urban case, the country’s health minister, Dr Oly Ilunga, said. Kalenga, said Wednesday. The new case of Ebola virus disease (EVD) has been confirmed in Wangata, one ofRead More →

For many years, the dominant theory of how the Mycenaean civilization collapsed was that devastating earthquakes led to the destruction of its palaces in the Peloponnese, southern Greece, around 1200 BC. Nonetheless, new evidence suggests that some type of internal uprising or external invasion could have resulted in the downfallRead More →

Park City was once famous for the rich veins of silver from its long-lost mines. From now on, it is the inhabitants attracted by its ski slopes who are enriching themselves. US Census Bureau data released Thursday shows Park City is the second richest “micropolitan area” in the country, aRead More →

SINGAPORE – Under heavy enemy fire, more than 400 Singaporean and Indonesian soldiers fought together, storming and capturing a series of buildings in rapid succession, clearing the area for two Leopard tanks to enter. The combined exercise of the Field Battalion at the Murai Urban Training Center near Lim ChuRead More →

A separate act proposed for the Integrated Development Committee of the Bagmati Civilization KATMANDU: A separate law is proposed for the effective implementation of the action plan of the Committee for the Integrated Development of the High Power Bagmati Civilization. Representatives of relevant stakeholders stressed the need to introduce aRead More →

If you live in Northeastern New Jersey, you’ve probably seen the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Region TV, Internet, and Outdoor Advertising Campaign. Emergency management programs in this region receive funding from the NJ Homeland Security Department dedicated to the unique planning, organization, equipment, training and exercise needs of theseRead More →

North Denver’s zip code 80216, covering some of the city’s most developing and gentrifying areas, scored high in a Pollution Impact Index created by ATTOM Data Solutions. The research company to analyse the presence of old industrial sites, including “Superfund” sites, and of existing polluters in the postal codes ofRead More →

Tennessee’s population, especially in its urban areas, continues to grow, according to the American Community Survey (ACS) 2011-2015. five-year estimates released today by the US Census Bureau. Local partner of the office, the Tennessee State Data Center, is housed in the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research in UTRead More →

By Catherine Tsounis The Mycenaean exhibition at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens contains the richest and most important finds of its kind. Guide Antony Fragopoulos from a 2016 tour of classical Greece with his driver George and Matina Choutala with his driver Kosta from a 2015 Macedonian tour sponsoredRead More →

[email protected] BD Kasniyal Pithoragarh, October 15 Several police officers and demonstrators were injured when police used force to control residents of the village of Bindukhatta near Haldwani when they attacked the caravan of Minister of Labor Harish Durgapal here today. The minister had come to inaugurate the communal office ofRead More →

DINSAR and GPS data processing In order to study the soil deformation model of the Campi Flegrei caldera with centimeter precision and high spatial and temporal resolution18, we used 298 SAR images, acquired from 2009 to 2014 by COSMO-SkyMed satellites in ascending orbits. We calculated 921 differential interferograms with aRead More →

By Japan K PathakAhmedabad “Future generations of Indians are going to curse us because we have not taken care of our heritage,” said Mr. Madhukar Keshav Dhavalikar, a senior archaeologist at a lecture at the Dr. SR Rao Memorial Foundation at the ‘IIM Ahmedabad. He was speaking this in referenceRead More →

China’s Pearl River Delta overtakes Tokyo as the world’s largest urban area Urban growth of the Pearl River Delta in 1973 and 2003. Image © User Flicker CC NASA Goddard Space Flight Center To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/592446/china-s-pearl-river-delta-overtakes-tokyo-as-world-s-largest-urban-area The Pearl River Delta in ChinaRead More →

Sixty-six years ago famous town planner Frank Heath took a bite out of his hometown of Melbourne – from a safe distance. The Melbourne Herald was interviewing Heath in London. Likely causing straphangers to suffocate with their pipe smoke in red rattles across town, he told the newspaper: Australia isRead More →

Until a recent urban renewal project that forced most residents to leave, the Tarlabaşı neighborhood was home to a wide range of Istanbul’s minority populations. At the start of the 20th century, the winding streets and colorful buildings of Tarlabaşı were home to many of the city’s Greek inhabitants. AfterRead More →

While having lunch at Seattle’s Space Needle, the casual observer might imagine that one of the densest urban areas in the country lies below. Immediately south of the Space Needle is one of the country’s main city centers. In 2000, downtown Seattle had the seventh largest employment base of theRead More →