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NSF/Popular Mechanics Bridge Infrastructure Webcast Conference 4/10

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On Thursday, April 10, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and /Popular Mechanics/ will co-host a webcast conference to address challenges and solutions driving the future of infrastructure in the United States.

Moderated by /Popular Mechanics/ editors and webcast by NSF, *Bridges to the Future* will bring together leading experts on the power grid, water resources and the built environment for three, hour-long panel discussions beginning at 12:30 p.m. EDT. The sessions are all call-in programs, with conversation driven by the questions that come in live from decision makers, the research community and the public.

The Web site for the event is <>. Additional articles about the topics to be discussed are available at <>.

John Whitmer
Director of Education, Outreach & Training

Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation, Inc. (NEESinc)
Office: (530) 771-2516
Cell:  (530) 574-3362

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FAX: (530) 757-6340

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