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Architecture
Bartlett students and researchers exhibit at Cities Methodologies 2014

Bartlett students and researchers exhibit at Cities Methodologies 2014

21 October 2014

Cities Methodologies is an annual exhibition and programme of events showcasing innovative urban research methodologies, led by the UCL Urban Laboratory. The programme represents the breadth of urban research currently being taken out ...
CPM
How the world of work runs on networks and networking

How the world of work runs on networks and networking

21 October 2014

Professor Michelle Baddeley, professor of economics and finance of the built environment, was interviewed as part of BBC Radio 4's Networking Nation series, airing on 16th and 17th October 2014.
The Bartlett
Professor Henrietta Moore Announces IGP Challenge 2015

Professor Henrietta Moore Announces IGP Challenge 2015

20 October 2014


Professor Henrietta Moore has announced the Institute for Global Prosperity Challenge 2015, which gives UCL researchers the opportunity to shape Greater London and to win £1,000.
The Bartlett
UCL Institute for Global Prosperity launches two new events series

UCL Institute for Global Prosperity launches two new events series

Renowned social anthropologist Professor Henrietta Moore, head of the newly formed UCL Institute for Global Prosperity, opens up the debate on the most pressing challenge of our age – achieving long-term prosperity for the ...
Architecture
P.E.A.R. no.7 to be launched in partnership with the RA

P.E.A.R. no.7 to be launched in partnership with the RA


Issue no. 7 of P.E.A.R: Paper for Emerging Architectural Research, edited by Bartlett Lecturer Matthew Butcher, will be launched this month in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Arts (RA ...
DPU
Learning Lima: Collaborative action-learning through mapping

Learning Lima: Collaborative action-learning through mapping

Learning Lima [www.LearningLima.net] is an action-learning platform set up in September 2012 as a collaborative undertaking between DPU (Adriana Allen and Rita Lambert) and a number of partnering organisations and local ...

KTP funding success - Dr Kerstin Sailer

Dr Kerstin Sailer, Lecturer in Complex Buildings at the Bartlett Space Syntax programme, won a grant from Innovate UK (former: Technology Strategy Board) for a two-year 'Knowledge Transfer Partnership' project, where the Bartlett ...

Mobile Studio reveals King's College pop-up

Mobile Studio Architects, the practice of BSc UG 9 tutor Chee-Kit Lai, today (15 October) unveiled a pop up 'folly' for the Arts & Humanities Festival at King’s College London (KCL).

The wooden ...

Re-imagining planning central to 2015 World Cities Report

Reinvigorating planning and reinforcing political support for sustainable urban development will be among the key topics in the forthcoming World Cities Report 2015. The report is an important benchmark the lead up to ...

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Bartlett
Cities Methodologies 2014

Cities Methodologies 2014

28 - 31 October 2014

DPU
The Seasons of Trouble: Life Amid the Ruins of Sri Lanka's Civil War

The Seasons of Trouble: Life Amid the Ruins of Sri Lanka's Civil War

24 October 2014

CPM
Photography Competition 2014 #PhotoCPM14

Photography Competition 2014 #PhotoCPM14

20 October - 19 December 2014

Bartlett
Soundbites: what is a sustainable state of mind?

Soundbites: what is a sustainable state of mind?

30 October 2014

Professor David Tuckett, Director of the UCL Centre of Decision-Making Uncertainty and Fellow of the Institute of Psychoanalysis in London, leads the second Soundbite event this year, asking ‘What is a sustainable state ...
Energy
UCL-Energy seminar: The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project (DDPP): Investigating transparent national-scale pathways consistent with the 2°C target

UCL-Energy seminar: The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project (DDPP): Investigating transparent national-scale pathways consistent with the 2°C target

28 October 2014

The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project (DDPP) is an effort to demonstrate how countries can contribute to achieving a globally agreed target of limiting global temperature rise to below 2 degrees. This high profile ...
Architecture
Neil Denari - Bartlett International Lecture Series

Neil Denari - Bartlett International Lecture Series

27 October 2014

As a wordplay variation on the term semiotics, this lecture will endeavor to draw out and explain the various sign and language systems that operate in the work of Neil M. Denari Architects ...

Governing the Ungovernable Metropolis

30 October 2014

The first in a series of special lectures at The Bartlett School of Planning, Patrick Le Gales opens the series on the 30th October 2014 with a lecture on governing the ungovernable metropolis.

HIV and AIDS in informal settlements in eastern and southern Africa: views from practice

30 October 2014

The statistics on HIV and AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa suggest that the HIV epidemics are urbanising and aggregating in informal settlements. Some calculations indicate that 15% of the global epidemic is now accounted ...

The Economic Future of British cities: What should Urban Policy do? - Henry Overman

29 October 2014

Britain’s cities are facing profound challenges – both in the short run as a result of the recession and in the long run as a result of underlying structural change. In this seminar ...