Monthly Archives: February 2013

University expertise helping us build for a greener future

The University of Reading’s cutting-edge research and teaching expertise in sustainable design, construction and the built environment will be showcased at the sector’s biggest event next month.   Running March 5th-7th at the London Excel, Ecobuild brings together 1,500 exhibitors … Continue reading

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Preparations for Ecobuild

As the days draw closer we are all working on our displays for Ecobuild.  Posters are being finalised, i’s dotted, t’s crossed and reference styles checked repeatedly. For my part I’ve been taking walls for a walk.  Largely bringing them … Continue reading

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ICT4S Conference

The first ICT4S (ICT for sustainability) conference was held last week (14-16 Feb 2013) in Zurich, Switzerland. In the organisers own words “ICT4S is about utilizing the transformational power of ICTs for making our world more sustainable: saving energy and … Continue reading

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TSBE Centre host IDC Administrators Meeting 13 Feb 2013

The TSBE Centre hosted the latest IDC Administrators meeting yesterday. Representatives from IDC and similar Centres from across the UK attended the meeting, together with Paul Wilkinson from the AEngD. The meeting was organised by TSBE Administrator Emma Hawkins. Emma … Continue reading

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Why renewables DO reduce CO2

There’s a need to give scientists and engineers a platform to explain their research when an individual grabs hold of something and misinterprets it. One of our researchers has taken on an exercise to apply some of his research knowledge … Continue reading

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Three TSBE researchers shortlisted for prestigious competition

The TSBE is delighted to announce that three of its researchers have been shortlisted for the highly competitive SET for Britain poster competition. The national competition picks research projects that represent the very best research work in the fields of … Continue reading

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