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Civil Engineering - Architecture - 18.04.2010
Divided cities exhibition visits Manchester
Divided cities exhibition visits Manchester
A free exhibition showing the complex relationship between the city environment - such as buildings, walls and murals - with urban conflict is in Manchester this week.

Civil Engineering - Agronomy / Food Science - 06.04.2010
Archaeological project seeks clues about dawn of urban civilization in Middle East
A team of archaeologists from the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute has joined a team of Syrian colleagues in excavating a key site from the prehistoric society that formed the foundation of urban life in the ancient Middle East.

Architecture - Civil Engineering - 24.03.2010

Environment - Civil Engineering - 19.03.2010
Researchers to study poverty and climate change in Bangladesh
Researchers at The University of Manchester's School of Environment and Development have been awarded £500,000 to study poverty and climate change in Bangladesh.

Civil Engineering - 17.03.2010
Mayor Villaraigosa to keynote UCLA forum on traffic congestion in Los Angeles
WHAT: The UCLA School of Public Affairs' " Changing Lanes: Bold Ideas to Solve L.A.'s Traffic Problems ," brings together scholars, city and county transportation officials, policy experts, and Mayor

Earth Sciences - Civil Engineering - 08.03.2010

Civil Engineering - Agronomy / Food Science - 16.02.2010
Bartlett professor unveils vision of 'Smartcity'
Bartlett professor unveils vision of ’Smartcity’
Could enlightened urban planning and design help us re-imagine our cities as tapestries of green urban space ripe for agricultural development?

Civil Engineering - Physics - 25.01.2010
Lanney wins Marshall Scholarship
Princeton - Princeton Princeton senior Jessica Lanney, who is majoring in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and pursuing a certificate in urban studies , is one of 35 American college students awarded 2010 Marshall Scholarships.

Environment - Civil Engineering - 11.01.2010

Economics / Business - Civil Engineering - 17.12.2009

History / Archeology - Civil Engineering - 15.12.2009
First archaeological survey of Paphlagonia published
First archaeological survey of Paphlagonia published
Project Paphlagonia is the first fully published multi-period archaeological and historical survey of the little explored region of north-central Turkey.

Civil Engineering - Mathematics - 16.11.2009
Center for African American Studies launches civic internship program
Princeton - Princeton The Center for African American Studies at Princeton University will launch a summer internship program to further research in race and public policy, allowing Princeton students to work with national organizations to confront issues of disparity in urban education.

Architecture - Civil Engineering - 12.10.2009
UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design announces events for fall 2009
The UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design presents a series of public events throughout the year.

Civil Engineering - Architecture - 11.09.2009
UCLA cityLAB announces finalists for WPA 2.0 competition
UCLA's cityLAB has announced the finalists for " WPA 2.0: Working Public Architecture ," the urban think tank's open competition seeking innovative, implementable proposals that place infrastructure at the heart of rebuilding American cities during this next era of metropolitan recovery.

Civil Engineering - Earth Sciences - 22.05.2009

Civil Engineering - Environment - 15.04.2009
Imperial academic awarded a top honour in structural engineering
Imperial academic awarded a top honour in structural engineering
Imperial academic awarded a top honour in structural engineering Professor David Nethercot talks about his career and receiving the Institution of Structural Engineer?s highest accolade %0A " Thursda

Architecture - Civil Engineering - 10.03.2009
Dept. of Architecture and Urban Design announces spring 2009 events
(Note to editors: Images can be obtained by contacting media representatives.) The UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design presents a series of public events throughout the year.

Environment - Civil Engineering - 26.02.2009
Why California should consider Australia's
Why California should consider Australia's "Prepare, stay and defend" wildfire policy
BERKELEY — Even as debate rages over the safety of Australia's "Prepare, stay and defend, or leave early" policy of wildfire defense, fire researchers at the University of California, Berkeley,

Environment - Civil Engineering - 26.02.2009
Speaker series on California climate change challenges
BERKELEY — A new speaker series at the University of California, Berkeley, will explore the state's landmark climate control legislation's critical connections to sustainable development and land-use planning.

Civil Engineering - Environment - 18.02.2009
Find a splash of colour to help scientists understand how birds survive in Birmingham’s concrete jungle
Residents across Birmingham are being asked to help researchers with a major project that aims to understand how some of our best loved garden birds survive in Birmingham's urban jungle.