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Queen's Engineers work to mitigate disaster
Posted on November 05, 2015

When a landslide speeds down a mountainside into a body of water, the resulting wave can be devastating to life and infrastructure. Queen’s civil engineering professors, Ryan Mulligan and Andy Take, are developing ways to predict how much damage landslides might cause before they happen.

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Watershed research at Kennedy Field Station
Posted on November 02, 2015

After spending time in the classroom dialing-in theory and concept, the next step for students is out of the lecture hall and into the natural environment. The Kennedy Field Station, about an hour’s drive from Queen’s, is a place for students to get their hands dirty and their feet wet.

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Deep Burial Simulator nears completetion
Posted on October 22, 2015

Buried pipe systems for sanitation, drainage and water delivery are out of mind because they’re out of sight. But failures in these systems can wreak environmental damage, cost millions of dollars and even lead to loss of life. Researchers at Queen’s strive to make these systems safer, more durable, and more reliable.

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Kerry Rowe receives Royal Society medal
Posted on September 16, 2015

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Civil Engineering is mourning the loss of Emeritus Professor Ken Wilson
Posted on June 22, 2015

Kenneth Charles Wilson died at home in Victoria on May 14, 2015, with his wife and children at his side.

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