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School of Construction and Project Management academics win UCL Grand Challenges grant

School of Construction and Project Management academics win UCL Grand Challenges grant

02 December 2015

A research team led by Hedley Smyth, Professor in Project Enterprises at The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management, has been awarded a UCL Grand Challenges grant to host a collaborative science ...
Moment: A year at The Bartlett 2014/2015

Moment: A year at The Bartlett 2014/2015

28 October 2015

The Bartlett Annual Review: A personal message from our Dean, Alan Penn
Prof Andrew Davies calls for more innovation in the management of megaprojects

Prof Andrew Davies calls for more innovation in the management of megaprojects


Professor Andrew Davies was featured in the Sunday Times on 2nd August, talking about his work on innovation in large UK infrastructure projects. Based on 10 years of research with leading executives ...
Building partnerships through the power of projects: IRNOP 2015 conference review

Building partnerships through the power of projects: IRNOP 2015 conference review

On June 21-24 The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management hosted the 12th IRNOP (International Research Network on Organising by Projects) conference. Led by two of our very own academic colossi ...

Project success in the broadcasting and media industries

What are some of the conditions for project success in the media and broadcasting industry? This is the question that Dr Efrosyni Konstantinou and Ben Brownlee have sought to answer in the last ...

Professor Michelle Baddeley on the GO-Science Expert Panel for the Blackett Review of Financial Technology Futures

Professor Michelle Baddeley was recently part of a Government Office for Science (GO-Science) expert panel, led by the Government Chief Scientific Advisor - Sir Mark Walport - contributing to a ‘Blackett Review’ for Financial Technology ...

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Resources:Framed Photography Competition 2016

Resources:Framed Photography Competition 2016

09 November 2015 - 26 February 2016


To coincide with the 2016 UN-Water theme and World Water Day on March 22, this year’s Resources:Framed photo competition will be themed ‘Water for People, Water by People’.

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UCL ISR Seminar: Mining's Contribution to Sustainable Development by Magnus Ericsson, Luleå University of Technology

UCL ISR Seminar: Mining's Contribution to Sustainable Development by Magnus Ericsson, Luleå University of Technology

24 February 2016

In this seminar Magnus Ericsson, Consulting professor at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, will discuss how mining can make a contribution that translates to greater well-being for the people, communities and countries where ...
Joint UCL-Energy, UCL Institute of Sustainable Resources and UCL Global Governance Institute 'Wanted: a third generation of global governance research' with Dr Tom Pegram, Lecturer in Global Governance

Joint UCL-Energy, UCL Institute of Sustainable Resources and UCL Global Governance Institute 'Wanted: a third generation of global governance research' with Dr Tom Pegram, Lecturer in Global Governance

01 March 2016

Sustainable resources and energy policy are excellent examples of challenging governance topics that cannot be solved within a single country’s sovereignty and jurisdiction. Whilst there are institutions and conferences (e.g. Paris ...
Joint UCL-Energy, UCL Institute of Sustainable Resources and UCL Global Governance Institute 'Wanted: a third generation of global governance research' with Dr Tom Pegram, Lecturer in Global Governance

Joint UCL-Energy, UCL Institute of Sustainable Resources and UCL Global Governance Institute 'Wanted: a third generation of global governance research' with Dr Tom Pegram, Lecturer in Global Governance

01 March 2016

Sustainable resources and energy policy are excellent examples of challenging governance topics that cannot be solved within a single country’s sovereignty and jurisdiction. Whilst there are institutions and conferences (e.g. Paris ...
UCL ISR Public Lecture: 'Resourcing Future Generations - mineral supply constraints necessitate a global policy response' by Edmund Nickless, Geological Society of London

UCL ISR Public Lecture: 'Resourcing Future Generations - mineral supply constraints necessitate a global policy response' by Edmund Nickless, Geological Society of London

16 March 2016

Adoption of the COP21 agreement suggests that nations will invest in infrastructures for renewable energy sources. These changes will require vast amounts of metals and minerals.  Regardless of whether known supplies are enough ...