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Education - Architecture - 14.11.2012
UCL Qatar: first term report

Environment - Architecture - 12.11.2012
£20 million eco-hotel opens at The University of Nottingham

Environment - Architecture - 07.11.2012
Campus CO2 emissions successfully cut by 13% last year
Campus CO2 emissions successfully cut by 13% last year
The University of Sussex reduced its annual CO2emissions by 13 per cent (2,493 tonnes) in 2011-12 and is now two years ahead of schedule in its bid to nearly halve its carbon footprint.

Architecture - Physics - 07.11.2012
Major power outage on campus overnight

Architecture - 05.11.2012
National energy saving conference comes to Nottingham
Some of the UK's leading experts in the design of energy efficient buildings will gather at The University of Nottingham on Wednesday 7 November and Thursday 8 November 2012.

Earth Sciences - Architecture - 01.11.2012
Buildings key to beating earthquakes
Strong buildings in earthquake zones are by the best form of defence against tremors, a university expert says.

Environment - Architecture - 19.10.2012
International pioneers of zero carbon housing share ideas for the future
An international symposium on the future of sustainable development will offer professionals in the construction industry a unique insight into the latest innovations, policies and legislation which are driving zero/low carbon housing creation throughout the UK and Europe.

Art and Design - Architecture - 19.10.2012
'Centipede' cinema opens in European Capital of Culture
’Centipede’ cinema opens in European Capital of Culture
A new free-standing 'centipede' cinema designed by an academic at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UK - will open this week in Guimarăes, Portugal as part of celebrations for the 2012 European Capital of Culture.

Architecture - Education - 10.10.2012
Quadrangle architectural competition winner

History / Archeology - Architecture - 03.10.2012
Forgotten Methodist Halls 'thrived in every city'
Forgotten Methodist Halls ‘thrived in every city’
03 Oct 2012 A University of Manchester historian has discovered how the Methodist Church built some of Britain's most important and successful community buildings in the early twentieth century - now mostly forgotten. Angela Connelly says that 99 'Methodist Central Halls' were built costing an equivalent of £90 million in today's terms.

Architecture - 13.09.2012
Doors Open Day 2012
Doors Open Day 2012

Architecture - 13.09.2012
Warwick academic launches new book on celebrated Coventry Cathedral architect

Environment - Architecture - 09.08.2012
University of Cambridge gets go ahead for major new development
University of Cambridge gets go ahead for major new development
The University of Cambridge has been granted planning permission for its £1 billion development in North West Cambridge.

History / Archeology - Architecture - 06.08.2012
Unsung treasure
Unsung treasure
A new Cardiff University project aiming to discover more of the history of one of Gwynedd's unsung treasures is underway.

Life Sciences - Architecture - 01.08.2012
Sainsbury Laboratory shortlisted for the Stirling Prize
Sainsbury Laboratory shortlisted for the Stirling Prize
The Sainsbury Laboratory, designed by award-winning architects Stanton Williams, has been shortlisted for the UK's most prestigious architectural award.

Art and Design - Architecture - 30.07.2012
Research will explore architectural history of popular music venues
Research will explore architectural history of popular music venues

History / Archeology - Architecture - 26.07.2012
"Pray-o-mat" is UK’s first
The UK's first "PRAY-O-MAT" has been installed on the grounds of The University of Manchester, home of a large, three-year research project on Multi-Faith Spaces.

Architecture - Environment - 23.07.2012
Plans approved for Northfield phase three
Plans approved for Northfield phase three
Plans approved for Northfield phase three Brighton & Hove City Council has approved plans for the third and final phase of the Northfield student residences on campus.

Environment - Architecture - 18.07.2012
Preferred architects announced for first phase of North West Cambridge Development
Preferred architects announced for first phase of North West Cambridge Development
Cambridge University has today announced the team of preferred architects for a first phase of its proposed development at North West Cambridge.

Architecture - 17.07.2012
Architectural installations pop up around London
Architectural installations pop up around London
Five innovative architectural installations, designed by researchers at the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture, are being unveiled this week throughout London.

Architecture - 14.07.2012
Weather-washed, tide-turned
Weather-washed, tide-turned
When Cambridge academic and writer Robert Macfarlane was asked to write a libretto for a performance celebrating the extraordinary landscape of Orford Ness, he turned his back on the world and let the voices of the landscape speak for themselves.

Environment - Architecture - 09.07.2012
The transition to a low carbon economy must be led by academic research
The transition to a low carbon economy must be led by academic research
Leading UK and international academics believe a progressive research programme is vital to ensure that policies, such as the UK's newly launched Green Deal, are backed by evidence and data, and that systems are in place to monitor, evaluate and adapt such policies.

Architecture - History / Archeology - 04.07.2012
Midlands pupils first to see virtual reality recreation of Lunt Fort in Roman times
A group of schoolchildren from Coventry's Westwood Academy School have become the first members of the public to see a specially commissioned 3D Virtual reality model of Warwickshire's Lunt fort.

Architecture - 03.07.2012
A Soviet Design for Life
A Soviet Design for Life
A unique tour through the Soviet century - via one woman's extraordinary collection of books, propaganda posters, ration coupons and even cigarette packets - is the focus of a new exhibition opening to the public on July 4.

Architecture - 26.06.2012
Quad competition shortlisted architects

Architecture - Linguistics / Literature - 30.05.2012
Degree Show launches art's next generation
Degree Show launches art's next generation
For 10 days in June the studios, offices, lecture theatres, cupboards and every nook and cranny of Edinburgh College of Art are transformed into the city's biggest gallery space.

Linguistics / Literature - Architecture - 21.05.2012
Free UCL festival celebrates London and Literature
Free UCL festival celebrates London and Literature

Architecture - Environment - 09.05.2012
University to lead million pound energy visualisation project to help people cut down their bills
Plymouth University has been awarded more than one million pounds to lead an innovative project which will help people to understand how they use energy in their homes and buildings.

Architecture - Art and Design - 04.05.2012
From Coventry to Sussex: Spence exhibition celebrates university's architectural heritage 50 years on
From Coventry to Sussex: Spence exhibition celebrates university’s architectural heritage 50 years on

Architecture - History / Archeology - 03.05.2012
Cambridge in Concrete: the boom years of Brutalism
Cambridge in Concrete: the boom years of Brutalism
A new exhibition at the Department of Architecture aims to expose the forgotten history of the University's experimental post-war architecture: the 'other' Cambridge of raw, angular buildings and the ambition and innovation they embody.

Architecture - Economics - 02.05.2012
Bartlett announces £100K in studentships to tackle inequality
Bartlett announces £100K in studentships to tackle inequality

Architecture - 26.04.2012
Strand Quad redevelopment

Environment - Architecture - 13.04.2012
Three Cambridge academics announced as leading lights of UK sustainability
Three Cambridge academics announced as leading lights of UK sustainability
In its inaugural list of the top 50 most influential people for sustainability in the UK, Building Design magazine has listed three Cambridge academics.

History / Archeology - Architecture - 04.04.2012
Sussex's '60s architecture explored in public lecture
Sussex’s ’60s architecture explored in public lecture

Economics - Architecture - 13.03.2012
Remains of Manchester tube system unearthed
Remains of Manchester tube system unearthed
A mysterious space underneath Manchester's Arndale shopping centre has been identified as the initial stages of a long forgotten underground railway through the city centre.

Architecture - History / Archeology - 12.03.2012
Exploring the enigma of Bristol Cathedral
Exploring the enigma of Bristol Cathedral
The Medieval art, architecture and history of Bristol Cathedral is the focus of a new book by researchers at the University of Bristol.

Architecture - 09.03.2012
Three internationally renowned artists to display work for Fitzwilliam 2012 sculpture exhibition
Three internationally renowned artists to display work for Fitzwilliam 2012 sculpture exhibition

Architecture - 07.03.2012
Planning application goes in for third phase of Northfield
Planning application goes in for third phase of Northfield
Planning application goes in for third phase of Northfield The University has submitted a planning application to build a third phase of the Northfield halls of residence on campus, providing 150 additional study bedrooms.

Architecture - 07.03.2012
Old meets new at 800-year old Leper Chapel
Old meets new at 800-year old Leper Chapel
There are 21st century ideas in prospect for the 800 year old Leper Chapel in East Cambridge following a unique collaboration between Cambridge Past, Present and Future, and an Architecture student at the University of Cambridge.

Architecture - Social Sciences - 23.02.2012
Modernist makeover was Mancunians' way
Modernist makeover was Mancunians’ way
Manchester was a stone's throw away from a brave new world of helipads, boulevards, tunnels and moving pavements, according to unrealised plans unearthed by researchers at The University of Manchester and Manchester School of Architecture.

Architecture - 16.02.2012
Finding the maths on your street
A series of walking tours launched next week show how you can discover the maths hidden in our urban surroundings. Anyone can join the free tours of London and Oxford (book your place here ) which explore how cities - their buildings, roads, railways, sewers, and power systems - are all built on mathematical foundations.

Architecture - 14.02.2012
'Invisibility' cloak could protect buildings from earthquakes
‘Invisibility’ cloak could protect buildings from earthquakes
University of Manchester mathematicians have developed the theory for a Harry Potter style 'cloaking' device which could protect buildings from earthquakes. William Parnell's team in the University's School of Mathematics have been working on the theory of invisibility cloaks which, until recently, have been merely the subject of science fiction.

Architecture - Economics - 09.02.2012
Infrastructure revolution
Infrastructure revolution
Technology has advanced to the point where the condition of bridges, tunnels and buildings can be monitored in unprecedented detail.

Environment - Architecture - 08.02.2012
The UK’s largest prefabricated straw bale building is officially opened
One of the largest prefabricated straw bale buildings in Europe officially opened at The University of Nottingham today - Wednesday 8 February 2012.

Art and Design - Architecture - 08.02.2012
Theatres of war: public spending on buildings for the arts
Theatres of war: public spending on buildings for the arts
National recommendations for using public money to build arts venues are only succeeding in enforcing a system that is already flawed, a new study concludes.

Architecture - 25.01.2012
Report outlines measures to cut carbon emissions from buildings
Report outlines measures to cut carbon emissions from buildings
A new report from the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University today outlines its strategy to transform the UK's built environment.

History / Archeology - Architecture - 14.01.2012
Charting the Rise and Decline of the Gothic Cathedral
Charting the Rise and Decline of the Gothic Cathedral
A comprehensive exploration into Gothic cathedrals and their place in medieval society will be the focus of a series of Cambridge University Slade Lectures in Fine Art entitled The Gothic Cathedral: A New Heaven and a New Earth.

Architecture - Earth Sciences - 28.12.2011
‘Extreme Sleepover #7’ – on the banks of the great grey-green, greasy Limpopo River
‘Extreme Sleepover #7’ – on the banks of the great grey-green, greasy Limpopo River
In the seventh of a series of reports contributed by Cambridge researchers, architect Michael Ramage travels to South Africa to build strength out of weakness.

Architecture - 23.11.2011
Yoko Ono among artists exploring beauty
Yoko Ono among artists exploring beauty
Works by Yoko Ono and Turner Prize nominee Karla Black feature in a new exhibition on the nature of beauty.

Architecture - History / Archeology - 28.09.2011
World-renowned engineer Sir Ove Arup honoured with unveiling of new bust
World-renowned engineer Sir Ove Arup honoured with unveiling of new bust