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18 Mar 2015

What Big Data Means For Big Cities

Sometimes the most powerful and transformative technologies emerge by accident, an unintended consequence of other

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18 Mar 2015

Building For Earthquake Resilience

Base isolation is seismic engineering’s equivalent of seatbelts in cars – and maybe more: it’s

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17 Mar 2015

Paper People

I like people. I’d like some paper people. They’d be purple paper people. Maybe pop-up

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17 Mar 2015

A Sublime Pint Of Guinness, Crowned With History And Passion

This may be the ultimate landmark in Dublin, Ireland. The Guinness Storehouse or brewery is a

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17 Mar 2015

The Best Technology For Fighting Climate Change? Trees

Between now and 2050, forests are one of our “most promising” geo-engineering tools. When people

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17 Mar 2015

Want Your City To Thrive? Look To Its Trees

Communities like Culver City, California, are focusing on urban forest plans to help protect a

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17 Mar 2015

St. Patrick’s Day By The Numbers

Every March 17 we celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day, a celebration of Irish culture and heritage.

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17 Mar 2015

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

The Feast Of Saint Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, is celebrated every March 17. It

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16 Mar 2015

Pictures : Mumbai After Dark

From kids frolicking on Marine Drive to the clubs of Bandra and the patchwork lights

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16 Mar 2015

Smarter Kids From Smarter Cities Start With Diverse Neighbourhoods

Babies who hear a variety of different languages outside their home may be more willing

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16 Mar 2015

Making Darkness Visible

“Rather than looking to turn night into day, we should embrace the darkness.” Today’s 24/7

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16 Mar 2015

Belfast, Aspiring To Normal

How does a city move on from war? There is an everyday quality to the

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16 Mar 2015

Joe Madiath : Better Toilets, Better Life

In rural India, the lack of toilets creates a big, stinking problem. It leads to

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14 Mar 2015

And The Lights Go Out : Formula One’s Romance With Cities (Part 1)

The Formula One 2015 Season is on! Races organised by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile

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13 Mar 2015

Blood On The Streets : The Violent History Of Public Squares

There may have been earlier public squares, yet the ancient Greeks with their agora, or

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13 Mar 2015

Water Must Drive City Planning

Six of the ten largest US cities are located in the arid southwest region. Would

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13 Mar 2015

What Boston’s Snow Crisis Can Teach Us About Solving Problems In New Ways

Cities must learn to leverage more than just the traditional power of their governments. It’s

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13 Mar 2015

Floating On The Dock Of The Bay : A Waterfront Revival

The small-scale, DIY nature of Izmir’s modular docks won the project a silver medal in

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13 Mar 2015

Skipping The 13th Floor

Humans assign so much meaning to numbers that superstition affects infrastructure design. In 1988, The

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12 Mar 2015

Ped Xing : Cross At Your Own Peril

In the wild, wild west of urban pedestrians, it is not the fast and furious,

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12 Mar 2015

New York’s New Endangered Resource

‘Supertall’ buildings are sprouting like beanstalks in central New York, costing its citizens precious sunshine

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12 Mar 2015

The Keyboard … Is Mighty Still

START 2007.09.22 After much sporadic attempts over the years to make use of this computer

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