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#2017 CIBSE ASHRAE technical symposium

Ana Rodriguez-Arguelles presents at 2017 CIBSE ASHRAE technical symposium on behalf of TSBE Center. The symposium took place at Loughborough University, under the topic  “Delivering Resilient High Performance Buildings” and aimed to provide evidence of the successful adoption of resilience … Continue reading

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TSBE Conference 27th June 2017

The TSBE Centre EngD conference will be on the 27th June this year, the themes will encompass all the area of the EPSRC funded Centre’s doctoral research : Environmental Engineering including Health & Wellbeing & Energy. The afternoon will be … Continue reading

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Energy Seminar Series TSBE Centre with Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce 2nd March 2017

Energy Storage for Power Networks  Energy Seminar  2nd March 2017   14:00-16:30 hrs           A TSBE Centre Energy Seminar in association with The Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce. This exciting seminar to explore the challenges for power … Continue reading

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NIR 2015 – Highlighting South America

In the gap year between the World Cup 2014 and the Rio 2016 Olympics, Brazil played host to a major event of the NIR community. The biannual conference on near infrared spectroscopy, organised under the auspices of the ICNIRS, took place … Continue reading

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‘Smart and Sustainable’: Using Big Data to Improve Peoples’ Lives in Cities – New University of Reading Position Paper Published

Smart and Sustainable’: Using Big Data to Improve Peoples’ Lives in Cities – New University of Reading Position Paper Published Drawing together expertise from across the University of Reading (including the new  Institute for Environmental Analytics the School of Construction Management … Continue reading

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Whisky goes Green !

Whisky goes green!

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University of Reading TSBE Centre to host IEA-EBC Annex 61: Business and Technical Concepts for Deep Energy Retrofit of Public Buildings

The fourth bi-annual Annex 61 experts meeting will take place in Reading, UK on April 12-15. The meeting is hosted by the University of Reading School of Construction Management and Engineering. Technical Tour: Sunday April 12 2015 Technical Day: Monday … Continue reading

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School of Construction Management & Engineering: Research Excellence Framework 2014: Ranked 6th in UK for architecture, built environment and planning research

Research Excellence Framework 2014: Ranked 6th in UK for architecture, built environment and planning research The School of Construction Management and Engineering, and the School of Real Estate and Planning made a joint submission to the new Unit of Assessment … Continue reading

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United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – Lima Climate Change Conference – December 2014

It is important, when working in academic research, to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. The UNFCCC is the organisation formed in 1994 which overseas the annual international negotiations on commitments related to reducing global carbon … Continue reading

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Health, Wellbeing and Productivity in Offices. The Next Chapter for Green Building.

A new report from the World Green Building Council, Health, Wellbeing and Productivity in Offices: The Next Chapter for Green Building, presents overwhelming evidence that office design significantly impacts the health, wellbeing and productivity of staff. The report finds that a range … Continue reading

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