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Legal Issues In Construction Management

April 26, 2021
In the construction and facility management world, potential legal issues and pitfalls are part of day-to-day operations. To gain greater insight on the legal issues that accompany today’s projects, we talked with Michael Wilber, construction manager at Vancouver-based Investment Builders.

Industry roles at a glance: Construction

April 23, 2021
  Contractors

Using machine learning in the healthcare industry to predict health outcomes

April 19, 2021
Machine learning uses data analysis to learn and improve. After being trained on set algorithms, it can function independently and predict outcomes much faster than a human, which can be a tremendous benefit in the healthcare industry.

Cyber Threats to Critical Infrastructure: Attacks on Public Water Supply

April 12, 2021
Protecting our critical infrastructure means protecting our public water systems. Over the last three years, cyber attacks have put these systems at risk. Learn more about these cyber attacks and the impact Capitol Tech students can make.

Construction Safety: Ergonomics

April 5, 2021
Ergonomics is the study of people’s efficiency in their working environment, and often focuses on implementing strategies to reduce the risk of work-related injuries.

Girls need modems! The battle cry of hacktivist Jude Milhon

March 31, 2021
Hacker, writer, activist, feminist... these are just a few of the words used to describe the cyber giant Judith (Jude) Milhon.

Testing wastewater for COVID-19 RNA delivers early information around infection rates, tracking hot spots and developing proactive mitigation strategies

March 29, 2021
How can public health organizations better determine rates of COVID? AECOM, an infrastructure consulting firm, along with New Jersey County Utilities and Columbia University, are tracking COVID-19 rates through wastewater testing.

Runa Sandvik: Cybersecurity Expert and Journalistic Ally

March 25, 2021
The news media is no stranger to trouble.

Worst Cyberattacks of 2020

March 22, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic may have shut down a number of industries and sent Americans into quarantine, but it didn’t change the prevalence of cyberattacks. Here are some of the worst hacks impacting businesses across the globe.

Ups and Downs Continue for SpaceX

March 20, 2021
Just a few years ago, space launches were few and far between, and were seen as major events around the world. As more private contractors make contributions to space travel, both test and final launches are occurring more frequently—even days apart, as recently showcased by SpaceX.