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Professor Batty on BBC's Inside-Out

Professor Batty on BBC's Inside-Out

26 January 2015

On Monday 19th January, Professor Michael Batty appeared on the BBC’s Inside Out (South East), to explore the case for expanding London’s boundaries into Kent and Surrey, in order to solve ...
The Mathematics of Love - new TED book by Hannah Fry

The Mathematics of Love - new TED book by Hannah Fry

20 January 2015

In September 2014 TED launched their first ever series of TED books in print: a boutique collection of 12 original texts, long enough to explore an idea but short enough to read in ...
Creating and Exploring Digital Empathy

Creating and Exploring Digital Empathy

A digital installation at St Peter's Church, De Beauvoir Town, Hackney recently featured on BBC Technology website.  The digital installation - a partnership between CASA, Imagination Labs at the University of Lancaster, InstEAD ...
CASA helps launch the new Knowledge Quarter

CASA helps launch the new Knowledge Quarter

On Thursday 4th December, CASA Teaching Fellow in Big Data Analytics, Steven Gray, met the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, at the launch of the Alan Turning Institute for Data Science. The ...
CASA Bake Off Children in Need Winner Revealed

CASA Bake Off Children in Need Winner Revealed

The voting has finished and the cash has been counted and we can reveal the total raised for Children in Need for our CASA Bake Off today was £167.50.

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