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Architecture - 25.05.2022
Tunable quantum traps for excitons
Tunable quantum traps for excitons

Architecture - Event - 25.05.2022
Studying Architecture and Being Creative in Graz
Studying Architecture and Being Creative in Graz

Environment - Architecture - 24.05.2022
McGill announces C$6 million chair in architecture to develop turn-key solutions for mass building climate retrofits
McGill announces C$6 million chair in architecture to develop turn-key solutions for mass building climate retrofits

Architecture - 18.05.2022
How University of Toronto's School of Cities is helping reimagine a Toronto fire station: The Globe and Mail
How University of Toronto’s School of Cities is helping reimagine a Toronto fire station: The Globe and Mail

Architecture - Campus - 17.05.2022
Presentation of the Barcelona Chair for Housing Studies at the UB
Presentation of the Barcelona Chair for Housing Studies at the UB

Architecture - 12.05.2022
First UK-wide evaluation since 2014 confirms University of Manchester is a research powerhouse
First UK-wide evaluation since 2014 confirms University of Manchester is a research powerhouse

Architecture - 10.05.2022
How this turtle helped reduce plastic waste in an office building
How this turtle helped reduce plastic waste in an office building

Architecture - 09.05.2022
The Sky’s the Limit for Graduating Students

Architecture - Campus - 06.05.2022
The Cut, Beach and Beyond
School of Architecture puts interdisciplinary students to work Professor Steve Lee oversees a crew of nine students laying down sections of a polypropylene hexagonal grid and filling them with pea gravel.

Environment - Architecture - 04.05.2022
What is the role of reparations in delivering climate justice?
Extinction Rebellion environmental activists march through the City of London in September 2020 to protest institutions that profited from the slave trade or are financing major fossil fuel projects, particularly in the developing countries of the Global South.

Environment - Architecture - 03.05.2022
Students contribute to City of Toronto climate action projects through University of Toronto 'Living Lab' course
Students contribute to City of Toronto climate action projects through University of Toronto ’Living Lab’ course

Architecture - 27.04.2022
LIBER 2022 Group Seminar: A new vision for EU Libraries Architecture

Architecture - 25.04.2022
Haus der Lehre-Light & Schools receives Deutsche Universitätsstiftung Prize
Haus der Lehre-Light & Schools receives Deutsche Universitätsstiftung Prize

Architecture - Social Sciences - 21.04.2022
School of Cities releases plan to boost mixed-use development in Toronto
School of Cities releases plan to boost mixed-use development in Toronto

Architecture - 13.04.2022
Episode seven of the podcast 'We are TUM' online
Episode seven of the podcast ’We are TUM’ online

Architecture - Social Sciences - 01.04.2022
Opinion: The metaverse doesn't look as disruptive as it should, it looks ordinary - here's why
Opinion: The metaverse doesn’t look as disruptive as it should, it looks ordinary - here’s why

Health - Architecture - 01.04.2022
Neuer Swiss TPH Hauptsitz in Allschwil eröffnet
Neuer Swiss TPH Hauptsitz in Allschwil eröffnet

Campus - Architecture - 30.03.2022
'Brutalist'' Architect behind University of Toronto Scarborough's Science and Humanities Wing didn't think so
’Brutalist’’ Architect behind University of Toronto Scarborough’s Science and Humanities Wing didn’t think so

Campus - Architecture - 18.03.2022
City Council clears the way for new central refectory building
City Council clears the way for new central refectory building

Architecture - Life Sciences - 17.03.2022
Near-natural, fractal architecture promotes well-being
Near-natural, fractal architecture promotes well-being
An interdisciplinary group of researchers uses basic research to obtain hard evidence about how people perceive and navigate their urban environments. Fractal and nature-like design demonstrably promotes physical and mental well-being, according to the researchers. They call for an incorporation of this knowledge into urban planning decisions.

Architecture - Event - 16.03.2022
Francis Kéré wins the 'Nobel Prize' for architecture
Francis Kéré wins the ’Nobel Prize’ for architecture

Social Sciences - Architecture - 16.03.2022
Children’s views to drive a better future for their community

Campus - Architecture - 16.03.2022
Construction of new University Library progressing steadily

Architecture - Campus - 15.03.2022
Return to beauty: The long, hard push to revive a neighborhood
Return to beauty: The long, hard push to revive a neighborhood

Architecture - Campus - 11.03.2022
Seven Questions with... Mia Dibe
Seven Questions with... Mia Dibe

Campus - Architecture - 09.03.2022
Campus, city form model alliances to aid unhoused people in People’s Park

Event - Architecture - 02.03.2022
Cardiff University opens newly refurbished Bute Building

History / Archeology - Architecture - 01.03.2022
Road radar to reveal York’s Roman secrets
The biggest investigation ever undertaken into Eboracum, the Roman city buried beneath York, is set to begin this summer.

Architecture - 28.02.2022
UvA buildings turn blue and yellow in support of Ukraine
UvA buildings turn blue and yellow in support of Ukraine

Architecture - 24.02.2022
What Makes Studying in Graz So Special?
What Makes Studying in Graz So Special?

Architecture - 22.02.2022
UBC experts on B.C. budget
UBC experts on B.C. budget

Architecture - 18.02.2022
Tin Sheds Gallery 2022 season

Architecture - Administration - 14.02.2022
Addis Ababa yet to meet the needs of residents: what has to change
Addis Ababa yet to meet the needs of residents: what has to change
With an estimated population of more than 3.7 million people , Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, is home to about a quarter of Ethiopia's urban population.

Architecture - Campus - 11.02.2022
Building Up Diversity in the Architecture Collection
As the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture (SOA) works to shift conventional assumptions about what architecture is and what an architect does to ideas that are more inclusive and equit

Campus - Architecture - 09.02.2022
School of Architecture series accentuates programs, research

Architecture - Environment - 08.02.2022
Five renowned teams of architects are to compete to be awarded the project to construct the UPF and IBE buildings at the Mercat del Peix

Campus - Architecture - 07.02.2022
University of Toronto architecture students celebrate resilience in Winter Stations design competition
University of Toronto architecture students celebrate resilience in Winter Stations design competition

Architecture - Social Sciences - 28.01.2022
Opinion: How anarchist architecture could help us build back better after COVID
Opinion: How anarchist architecture could help us build back better after COVID

Architecture - Social Sciences - 28.01.2022
How anarchist architecture could help us build back better after COVID
How anarchist architecture could help us build back better after COVID

Architecture - 28.01.2022
Opinion: urban planning is being weaponised in Jerusalem
Opinion: urban planning is being weaponised in Jerusalem
In a piece published by The Conversation, Professor Haim Yacobi (Bartlett Development Planning Unit at UCL) and Dr Irit Katz, from the University of Cambridge, argue that the tools of urban planning are being used to reinforce Israeli dominance of a contested city.

Campus - Architecture - 26.01.2022
Researchers use 'virtual slime mould' to design a TTC subway network less prone to disruption
Researchers use ’virtual slime mould’ to design a TTC subway network less prone to disruption
It doesn't have a brain and survives on rotting vegetable matter - but it could offer valuable insights into city planning, according to a team of University of Toronto researchers. Physarum polycephalum is a slime mould, a single-celled amoeboid organism that grows as a greenish-yellow system of veins.

Architecture - Event - 19.01.2022
Aerogel Architecture Award 2022

Architecture - Campus - 18.01.2022
Longtime professor receives Order of Canada honours

Innovation - Architecture - 11.01.2022
Optimizing indoor temperatures - thanks to AI

Health - Architecture - 10.01.2022
Expert insight: Rebuilding cities after the pandemic
Cities emerged as the epicentres of the COVID-19 pandemic: roughly 90 per cent of COVID-19 infections worldwide were reported in urban settings.

Architecture - 04.01.2022
New Report Tracks Impact of Short-Term Lets in Manchester Neighbourhoods
A new report raises concerns about the proliferation of Airbnb and other short-term letting platforms (STLs) in the city and its effects on local residents.

Architecture - Health - 29.12.2021
UWaterloo professors named to the Order of Canada

Architecture - Health - 14.12.2021
Swiss lockdown especially stressful for women and students
Three EPFL studies on the effects of Switzerland's first COVID-19 lockdown have just been published. The research was based on a survey of Swiss residents carried out during the confinement, and illustrate how the restrictions caused higher stress levels and changed the way people view housing. The Swiss federal government put the country in lockdown from 16 March to 19 June 2020 in order to stem the rapid increase in COVID-19 infection rates.

Architecture - 10.12.2021
Housing for people living with dementia must reflect their specific needs - finds new Greater Manchester report
The lives of people living with dementia in Greater Manchester, alongside carers and loved ones, can be improved through better access to housing that reflects the changing needs and diversity of the population, according to the finding of a new report published today (Friday 10 December) .

Social Sciences - Architecture - 09.12.2021
Urban Studies cooperatives work towards a feminist city of Surrey
Urban Studies cooperatives work towards a feminist city of Surrey
City in Colour and Citopia, created by six migrant women of colour from SFU's Urban Studies master's program, aim to create an equitable, inclusive and accessible city and work environment for women.