In the NHERI Science Plan, Third Edition, find ways researchers can leverage NSF-funded resources — from centrifuges to cyberinfrastructure —to protect our civil infrastructure and our communities. Lead author Ian Robertson provides a 7-minute overview on the DesignSafe Radio podcast.
Planning Underway for New, National Extreme Winds Simulation Facility — Iowa State University lands a four-year, $14M NSF award for the National Testing Facility for Enhancing Wind Resiliency of Infrastructure in Tornado-Downburst-Gust Front Events, or NEWRITE.
NHERI CONVERGE Defines Perishable Data in Extreme Events Research — "We realized that we could significantly improve future extreme events research by defining the term and sharing that definition widely with the community," said lead author Rachel Adams.
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