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CASA Bake Off Children in Need Winner Revealed

CASA Bake Off Children in Need Winner Revealed

14 November 2014

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.
Missing Maps Party

Missing Maps Party

14 November 2014



On Friday 7th November, various members of the CASA team were involved in a Guardian hosted Missing Maps party – one of a number across the world organised by Medecins Sans Frontieres.

The premise ...
CASA at this year's Virtual Geographic Environment Conference

CASA at this year's Virtual Geographic Environment Conference

Mike Batty and CASA alumni Paul Torrens are giving keynote speeches at this conference which is being held from November 6th to 8th at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The program can ...
Explore the Performance of GB Cities with a New Interactive CASA Map

Explore the Performance of GB Cities with a New Interactive CASA Map

CASA researcher Duncan Smith has launched a new interactive website visualising the social, economic and environmental performance of cities in Great Britain. The website, called LuminoCity3D, brings together a range of open data ...
CASA at the NLA Smarter London Exhibition

CASA at the NLA Smarter London Exhibition

In collaboration with New London Architecture (NLA), CASA have launched an exhibition on Smarter London.  The exhibition explores the increasing role of data, technology and analytics in urban life, and the potential implications ...

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