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- Green Futures Tuesday: Space: the final frontier in recycling #gfstu
- Green Futures Tuesday: How smart new materials can save energy in old buildings #gfstu
- Melissa Sterry: Building a Bionic City: Science Fiction or Future Science Fact? #STU12
- Green Futures Tuesday: How co-ops are leading a revolution in resilient business #gfstu
- Green Futures Tuesday: Vertical farms, skyscraper forests. Are they our urban future? #gfstu
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Monthly Archives: January 2012
ThursDAY, 16TH OF February 2012, 8 PM GMT
Abstract: A city able to anticipate and adapt to major meteorological and geological events may sound like the stuff of sci-fi, but could emergent innovations in materials, sensors and signal processing, structural engineering, smart technologies and intelligent systems enable the concept to become science fact? Arthur C. Clarke said “At the present rate of progress, it is almost impossible to imagine any technical feat that cannot be achieved – if it can be achieved at all – within the next few hundred years.” Melissa’s lecture will present current and future technological possibles to assist those participating in the lecture to answer for themselves the question of whether a Bionic City will remain in the domain of science fiction or become future science fact. Continue reading
The Swedish Twitter University is launching a new Department of Green Innovations and Solutions, in collaboration with Green Futures magazine. The department will tweet a story from the frontline of sustainability every Tuesday at 6 PM GMT. Continue reading