British physicist Derek Price is famous among other things for being the author of Price’s Square Root Law, a general observation that 50% of the work in any organization is done by the square root of the total number of people who participate. In other words, if 100 people participate in an project, about 10 of them will do 50 percent of the work. Read More HERE.
Manufacturing the cement used in almost all major construction projects turns out to be one of the biggest contributors to the greenhouse gasses that cause global warming, but numerous folks are working on new kinds of cement in order to cut those emissions. But do you want to drive across a bridge made from a new-and-improved product? Read More HERE.