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13 Jul 2015

How ‘Internet Of Energy Things’ Help Improve The Smart Cities

Smart buildings are highly beneficial, and will become more so once all things that consume

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13 Jul 2015

How Value Is Created In The Age Of Networks And Collaboration

Underlying the collaborative economy are a handful of very strong and general trends that are

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13 Jul 2015

Are We Building Skyscrapers Upside Down?

In a traditional skyscraper, the widest part of the building is at its base, and

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10 Jul 2015

Come And Visit The 10 Most Admired Island Cities In The World

These unique, water-bound metropolises redefine urban living.   No. 1 Trogir, Croatia Take an afternoon

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10 Jul 2015

How Australia Is Using Brilliant Research For Transport Problems

This article is part of the series on the Science and Research Priorities recently announced

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10 Jul 2015

What Urban Design Can Actually Do To Address Police Violence

Leaders in the field discuss what design can—and can’t—accomplish in the service of communities like

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10 Jul 2015

Half A Millenia From The Dungeon To The Top

The main attraction is at the top, but the journey there is spectacular in its

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08 Jul 2015

The 25 Must-See Libraries In The World

“True, knowledge is power. But we forget, knowledge is also beautiful in the abstract and

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07 Jul 2015

Why The Right Stuff Matters Most To Win The Tour De France

The Tour de France is the world’s most famous cycling competition, and not just for

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07 Jul 2015

A Deeper Dive Into The Great Barrier Reef Issues

Federal environment minister Greg Hunt has announced the make-up of the Independent Expert Panel of

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07 Jul 2015

13 Reasons Why London Is Better

Sure, London’s got its problems (in fact, by a strange quirk of fate, it has

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07 Jul 2015

Enjoy The Fun Of Wild Swimming In The City

With David Walliams leading the way and plans for a floating lido on the Thames,

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07 Jul 2015

How Unpopular Buildings Came Back In Fashion

Post-war concrete architecture was decried by many as ugly – but now Brutalist buildings are

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06 Jul 2015

How Ancient Mayan City Built On A Grid Pattern

An ancient Mayan city followed a unique grid pattern, providing evidence of a powerful ruler,

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06 Jul 2015

Why Singapore Is Making The Best Airport Obsolete

Airport and paradise are two words destined never to sit next to each other in

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06 Jul 2015

How The Future Of Food Markets Will Look Like The Past

Before there were farmers’ markets, there were public markets. New Orleans is bringing them back.

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04 Jul 2015

Whoever Said America Lost Its Heart Is Wrong

Geographically, the top 15 winners represent a distinct advantage among heartland cities—though one could argue

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03 Jul 2015

How Virtual Reality Shopping Is The Next Big Thing

High street shops are well-established online these days and provide new opportunities for interaction between

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03 Jul 2015

From Ads To Oscar Winners Of Australian Animation

“Australia has a rich history of animation production ranging from award-winning animated shorts and animated

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03 Jul 2015

DIY Guide : How To Build A City From Scratch

From Songdo, South Korea to Lavasa, India via Egypt’s unnamed new capital, everywhere you look

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03 Jul 2015

The Transport System To Truly Take Your Breath Away

Cable car rides, also known as gondola lifts, can offer memorable bird’s-eye views of a

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02 Jul 2015

How Solar Panels That Faces Up Can Doubly Provide Shade

South Korea has created a PV-covered bike lane connecting Sejong and Daejeon which offers a

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