Lab Corner: Sci-fi and french fries

By Mike Anderson, P.E.

Probably not a surprise given that I’m an engineer, but I have always loved science fiction. When I was younger, I remember reading a book by Robert Heinlein called “Time Enough for Love.” Despite it sounding more like a non-fiction relationship book instead of a science fiction book I dove in anyway. By contrast, “Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus” sounds like it could be a sci-fi book instead of a non-fiction relationship book. In the words of Captain Jack Sparrow, “Funny ole world, innit?

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Asphalt Academic: Dr. Cassie Castorena

We talk with leading educators and researchers to learn more about the people and topics of asphalt technology. 

Dr. Cassie Castorena is an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at North Carolina State University. 

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