Rocksolver in China

During September I travelled to China to deliver a paper on Rocksolver at the NOCMAT sustainable construction technology conference in Changsha and to present Rocksolver to the Keiretsu Forum in Shanghai.

The photo above was taken after the Keiretsu Forum presentation. My friend Daniel Li is 2nd from the right.

Whilst in Changsha and Shanghai I kept my eye out for contemporary uses of unprocessed rock and found it often being used for decorative purposes in landscaping and even on a new bridge (see photos below). There is also widespread use of unprocessed rock for building the infrastructure needed to support and protect the rapidly evolving built environment; for example, river levees and retaining walls.

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About malcolmlambert

Atmospheric physicist by trade. Spent some years working in Antarctica and building a house in Tasmania. One day a very old technology (dry stone walling) and a very new technology (computer science) came together in my brain and I conceived an invention. Now I'm an inventor/entrepreneur.
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