Julie
Kalista
Articles
Say Goodbye to Styrofoam Peanuts
B+ Equipment, France, created Ultipack, a machine that wedges a corrugated cardboard blank over articles in boxes for shipment.
Bridges Dance With Earthquakes
The Northridge earthquake, January 17, 1994, was the most costly to hit North America, with damages totaling roughly $44 billion.
It Really Does Take a Rocket Scientist to Make Jet Fuel
Since 2000, rising oil prices, concerns over running out of oil, greenhouse gas emissions, and instability in the Middle East have pushed interest in biofuels - a renewable energy source derived from recently living organisms and their metabolic byproducts.
Mechanical Cherry Harvester
Cherries are the most labor-intensive fruit-crop and one of the fastest growing fresh fruit exports in the Northwest.
Mechanical System Cited for Historical Significance
A mechanical system used at Southwest Research Institute to gauge the performance of various materials under force and impact will be cited for historical significance at a ceremony on December 1, 2006, in San Antonio.
Company Recognized for Energy Conservation
Credit Suisse, a leading global investment banking and financial services firm was recognized by State and City officials for installing New York City's largest modern ice-storage based air-conditioning system.
Will the Weather Outside be Frightful?
Notoriously inaccurate weather predictions have made many people jaded: We take our umbrellas and rain gear and we really need our sunglasses and shorts!

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×