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Architecture - 31.10.2016
‘The Hunterian in the South’ is launched at the University’s Crichton campus
The Hunterian in the South - a new rotational display giving a flavour of the University of Glasgow's Hunterian collections - has been launched officially at the University's Crichton campus in Dumfries.

Architecture - Administration - 14.07.2016
’Unprecedented’ two Oxford buildings shortlisted for RIBA Stirling Prize

Civil Engineering - Architecture - 30.06.2016
Living on the edge: succeeding in the slums
Cities exist in a state of constant flux: not always 'smart' and successful, they can be vulnerable, chaotic and seem on the edge of failure.

Civil Engineering - Architecture - 23.06.2016
Would you live in a city made of bone?
The cities of today are built with concrete and steel - but some Cambridge researchers think that the cities of the future need to go back to nature if they are to support an ever-expanding population, while keeping carbon emissions under control.

Environment - Architecture - 01.06.2016
Innovating for the future of cities
Today, we commence a month-long focus on the future of cities. To begin, Doug Crawford-Brown, Robert Mair and Koen Steemers describe the challenges our future cities will face and how mitigation depends on the innovations we create and put in place today.

Pedagogy - Architecture - 28.04.2016
UCL agrees £280m European Investment Bank loan for campus developments
UCL agrees £280m European Investment Bank loan for campus developments

Architecture - Civil Engineering - 08.04.2016
Timber skyscrapers could transform London’s skyline
London's first timber skyscraper could be a step closer to reality this week after researchers presented Mayor of London Boris Johnson with conceptual plans for an 80-storey, 300m high wooden building integrated within the Barbican. If London is going to survive it needs to increasingly densify. One way is taller buildings.

Architecture - 17.03.2016
Oxford University’s first Passivhaus gets planning permission
Kellogg College has now appointed the award-winning architect Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios to design a new, ultra-low energy building in the heart of the College's North Oxford grounds.

Event - Architecture - 15.03.2016
Attenborough Centre shortlisted for top architectural award
Attenborough Centre shortlisted for top architectural award

Architecture - 04.03.2016
Strand Campus update

Electroengineering - Architecture - 17.02.2016
Robotic drones to 'print' emergency shelters for those in need
Robotic drones to ’print’ emergency shelters for those in need
A new research project aims to develop the world's first flying robots capable of autonomously assessing and manufacturing building structures to help areas suffering from natural disasters.

Architecture - Computer Science - 09.02.2016
Crowd sourcing software could help us move house and stay where we are
The concept of moving your house without actually going anywhere isn't new — adaptive architecture has been around since the 1920s.

Architecture - 27.01.2016
Google Street View goes behind scenes of Oxford colleges

Architecture - 23.12.2015
Podcast: Dr Iain Jackson asks ’who lives in a modernist Indian house like this?’
In episode three of the University of Liverpool's new podcast series, Dr Iain Jackson, from the School of Architecture, guides listeners through the north of India, to this first planned city post independence in 1947.

History / Archeology - Architecture - 16.12.2015
King’s College Chapel: an architectural masterpiece and the man who told its story
Five hundred years ago the masons working on one of the world's most famous buildings completed the stonework of a chapel conceived some 70 years earlier.

Architecture - 15.10.2015
The Whitworth wins public vote in BBC website ballot
The Whitworth wins public vote in BBC website ballot

Event - Architecture - 17.09.2015
Double delight for University gallery
Double delight for University gallery

Architecture - 07.09.2015
Oxford Open Doors 2015

Architecture - Electroengineering - 04.09.2015
State of the art Energy Centre opens its doors to the public
State of the art Energy Centre opens its doors to the public

Civil Engineering - Architecture - 18.08.2015
Stories from Europe's busiest bus route
Stories from Europe’s busiest bus route
Stories from The Road is a new story-telling project that casts light on life and work along Oxford Road.

Architecture - Civil Engineering - 11.08.2015
An Imperial researcher discusses the effects of fires on skyscrapers
An Imperial researcher discusses the effects of fires on skyscrapers
Making skyscrapers safer by understanding phenomena such as 'travelling fires' are discussed by an Imperial researcher in an. Dr Guillermo Rein , from Imperial's Department of Mechanical Engineering, is a world-leading expert on the combustion of solid fuels in fires. The aim of his work is to reduce the impact of accidental fires and to protect people, their property, and the environment.

Architecture - 06.08.2015
Hat-trick for University on Building of the Year shortlist
Three University of Manchester buildings have been shortlisted for the Greater Manchester Building of the Year award – making up half of the total shortlist.

Environment - Architecture - 05.08.2015
Building from the ground up: participatory design in Kenya’s oldest slum
In a landmark project with UN-Habitat, a team of Cambridge researchers has designed a community centre in one of Kenya's biggest and oldest slums, and its future users are now raising funds to build it.

Earth Sciences - Architecture - 30.07.2015
University welcomes approval of Masterplan proposal
University welcomes approval of Masterplan proposal
University welcomes approval of Masterplan proposal The University of Sussex's campus Masterplan has been given the go-ahead after the proposal's original rejection by Brighton & Hove City Council.

Architecture - Event - 24.07.2015
QMUL ranks among best for its architecture, according to study

Architecture - Event - 16.07.2015
The University of Manchester's Whitworth shortlisted for RIBA Sterling Prize
The University of Manchester’s Whitworth shortlisted for RIBA Sterling Prize

Architecture - Electroengineering - 16.07.2015
’Smart’ carbon positive energy house
Energy efficient design means more energy for the national grid Experts from the Welsh School of Architecture have designed and built the UK's first purpose-built, low-cost energy smart house, capable of exporting more energy to the national electricity grid than it uses.

Economics - Architecture - 15.07.2015
King's joins European Industry and academic leaders as work starts on 5G
Work to develop a new, adaptive and future-proof mobile network architecture for 5G has now started after a consortium composed of 13 partners, including King's College London, and other leading indu

Architecture - 09.07.2015
University awaits decision on masterplan appeal
University awaits decision on masterplan appeal
University awaits decision on masterplan appeal The University of Sussex has welcomed the opportunity provided by a public inquiry to confirm the merits of its masterplan for the modernisation and expansion of its Falmer campus.

Architecture - Economics - 09.07.2015
King's signs lease for former BBC HQ

Event - Architecture - 30.06.2015
Environmental award recognises significance of new agreement to protect campus listed buildings
Environmental award recognises significance of new agreement to protect campus listed buildings

Architecture - 19.06.2015
Comment: Parliament - rip it up and start again
Professor Matthew Flinders, Director of the Crick Centre for the Public Understanding of Politics at the University of Sheffield, comments on the repair bill facing Parliament and the opportunities for democracy.

Architecture - Event - 30.04.2015
University's listed building agreement is a first
University’s listed building agreement is a first
University's listed building agreement is a first A new agreement signed this week will protect the University's unique 1960s listed buildings and streamline the planning process.

Administration - Architecture - 30.03.2015
University appoints a champion for public art

Architecture - Environment - 27.03.2015
Bristol explored: new book highlights city’s rich architectural heritage
A new book by Timothy Mowl, Emeritus Professor at the University of Bristol, reveals secrets of the city's diverse architectural heritage, its maritime past and rich social history, describing twelve walks that showcase Bristol's fascinating built environment.

Architecture - 06.03.2015
Cutting red tape - Sussex set to be the first university to sign a listed building agreement
Cutting red tape - Sussex set to be the first university to sign a listed building agreement
Cutting red tape - Sussex set to be the first university to sign a listed building agreement The University of Sussex is leading the way with a new agreement with Brighton & Hove City Council and

Architecture - 04.03.2015
Pariser Building major incident
Pariser Building major incident

Architecture - Art and Design - 26.01.2015
Heavenly matters, earthly delights
In his book, Gothic Wonder, Professor Paul Binski explores a period in which English art and architecture pushed the boundaries to produce some of Europe's most spectacular buildings and illuminated manuscripts.

Architecture - 16.01.2015
Timber project to explore Shropshire’s medieval heritage
A group of ancient timber-framed buildings in a North Shropshire village will be studied as part of a local history project led by Dr George Nash, Visiting Fellow at the University of Bristol, and villager Alastair Reid.

Architecture - 16.01.2015
University cuts red tape with Listed Buildings Partnership Agreement
University cuts red tape with Listed Buildings Partnership Agreement
University cuts red tape with Listed Buildings Partnership Agreement The University of Sussex is making an agreement with Brighton & Hove City Council and English Heritage to protect the campus's unique 1960s listed buildings and streamline the planning process.

Architecture - Earth Sciences - 06.01.2015
Restoration plans for Stanmer Park receive Lottery boost
Restoration plans for Stanmer Park receive Lottery boost

Architecture - 12.12.2014
Research Images as Art/Art Images as Research: winners announced
Research Images as Art/Art Images as Research: winners announced

Architecture - 12.12.2014
University of Sussex submits appeal against planning decision
University of Sussex submits appeal against planning decision

Architecture - 09.12.2014
University of Warwick Classicist Takes to the Skies in new ITV documentary
University of Warwick Classicist, Dr Michael Scott will give viewers a fresh perspective on Roman Britain in a one-off documentary 'Roman Britain from the Air' which will be shown on ITV on December 23 rd .

Architecture - Economics - 24.11.2014
University of Sussex to appeal against planning decision
University of Sussex to appeal against planning decision
University of Sussex to appeal against planning decision The University of Sussex intends to appeal against Brighton & Hove City Council's Planning Committee's decision to turn down an outline application to modernise its campus.

Architecture - 01.10.2014
London’s high-rise dreams
Dr Richard Baxter critiques the ongoing public debate about the UK high-rise and argues that the environment has still not been fully explored As illustrated by the 'The Cheesegrater', 'The Walkie Talkie' and 'The Can of Ham', there has been a recent penchant for nicknaming high-rises.

Architecture - 18.09.2014
University unveils ambitious vision for its city campus
University unveils ambitious vision for its city campus

History / Archeology - Architecture - 22.07.2014
'Pompeii of the north' revealed by archaeologists
‘Pompeii of the north’ revealed by archaeologists
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Otherwise, we'll assume you're OK to continue. 'Pompeii of the north' revealed by archaeologists Excavations at a Roman site in County Durham have revealed the 'Pompeii of the north', say archaeologists.

Architecture - Health - 18.07.2014
Breathing new life into the yoga experience
A unique new architectural environment for people who practice yoga and meditation is planning to take this ancient discipline into the digital era. 'ExoBuilding' is a piece of adaptive architecture which has been designed and built by a team of scientists and architects at The University of Nottingham.

Linguistics / Literature - Architecture - 17.07.2014
How people power saved Bloomsbury from destruction
The story of how 'one of the last villages in London' was saved from demolition to make way for the British Library is the subject of new research and an exhibition which opened in Bloomsbury this week.