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07 Sep 2018

How Traffic Signals Favour Cars And Discourage Walking

Traffic signals give priority to motor vehicles over pedestrians. This inequality undermines many of the

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06 Sep 2018

Brazil’s National Museum Fire : What It Means for Science

The overnight inferno likely claimed fossils, cultural artifacts, and more irreplaceable collections amassed over 200

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06 Sep 2018

7 Of The World’s Wackiest Interchanges And Intersections

Normally, the basic rules of the road are enough to keep traffic in order, but

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06 Sep 2018

How Many People Make A Good City?

Australia’s population clock is, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, steadily ticking away at an

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05 Sep 2018

How To Build Global Cities Without So Many Cars

Expanding public transportation, walking, and biking in cities could save more than $100 trillion in

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05 Sep 2018

What Climate Change Means For Northern, Colder Cities

A new study outlines some of the effects that climate change will have on northern

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05 Sep 2018

Our Changing Views Of The City: A New Urban Celebration

The celebration of the city today is widespread. Globally, many cities have fulfilled Louis Wirth’s prophesy

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04 Sep 2018

How The UK Proposes To Solve White Van Man Traffic In Cities

London is ranked as the seventh worst city for traffic in the world. The need to improve

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04 Sep 2018

Working With Nature Can Help Us Build Greener Cities Instead Of Urban Slums

As Australian cities grow and transform, we need to ensure we are not building the

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04 Sep 2018

Who Belongs In A City?

Underneath every shiny new megacity, there’s often a story of communities displaced. In this moving,

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04 Sep 2018

A Beleaguered Britain Takes Comfort In Nostalgia For Empire

The British empire never lacked contradictions. A global juggernaut standing with its military boot on

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03 Sep 2018

Dumber Humans — That’s Just One Effect Of A More Polluted Future

ANOTHER DOWNSIDE. We knew that air pollution damages our physical health. Turns out, it’s also wreaking

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03 Sep 2018

The 30 Cities Best Placed For Long-Term Success

Combine the rapid rate of technological change with a globalized economy, and it’s evident that

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03 Sep 2018

What Would Cities Look Like If They Were Designed By Mothers?

Architecture’s lack of diversity shows in environments created by people who never need step-free access

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31 Aug 2018

How To Make A New City Feel More Like Home

Sometimes life necessitates moving to a brand-new city; other times it might be entirely your

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31 Aug 2018

Natural Disasters Widen Racial Wealth Gap

Damage that natural disasters cause and the recovery efforts launched in their aftermaths have increased

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31 Aug 2018

Preparing Your City For The Electric Vehicle Surge? Ask Oslo.

An automobile revolution is coming our way – only you might have trouble hearing it

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30 Aug 2018

The Dos And Don’ts Of Outsourcing For Small Businesses

Outsourcing is one of those buzzwords that gets thrown into business-related conversations endlessly for a

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30 Aug 2018

Why Civilizations End

Scientists studying fallen civilizations suggest that the culprit is overshoot in combination with climate change.

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30 Aug 2018

Lessons From The Past: How An Ancient Desert City Got Its Water

Century-old aerial photos help map an ancient Roman city’s infrastructure. By combining old and new

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30 Aug 2018

Which Of These Countries Get The Most Paid Vacation Days?

Workers in countries like the UK, France, Italy, Spain and Germany have plenty of time

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29 Aug 2018

Everyone Is Talking About AI—But Do They Mean the Same Thing?

In 2017, artificial intelligence attracted $12 billion of VC investment. We are only beginning to

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29 Aug 2018

See What Past Generations Thought Today’s Cities Would Look Like

These images depict how people in the past expected Los Angeles and other cities to

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29 Aug 2018

Technology Every Small Business Owner Should Have

Every business has competitors, which is precisely why it needs to stay relevant, ahead of

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Features

23 Apr 2018

What We Can Expect From China’s Economy In 2018

In 2017, we saw the consolidation of China’s power and influence globally, and of Communist

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18 Apr 2018

Robot Cities: Three Urban Prototypes For Future Living

Before I started working on real-world robots, I wrote about their fictional and historical ancestors.

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10 Apr 2018

Are Your Phone Camera & Microphone Spying On You?

Taping over the lens is just the first step in keeping online snoopers out of

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06 Apr 2018

Which are The Best Public Transit-Friendly Cities in America?

Living in a city that has great public transit access can be a big bonus

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06 Apr 2018

Technologies That Are Driving The Online Casinos Of Today

The technologies driving the online casinos of today have evolved gradually and tremendously over the

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05 Apr 2018

Europe’s Most Densely Populated Square Kilometres – Mapped

Prof Alasdair Rae at the University of Sheffield has crunched data from the Global Human Settlement Layer

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03 Apr 2018

Queenstown, New Zealand : Find Reward In The Little Things

Sometimes it’s the little things that count. Here are some of the best for free

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03 Apr 2018

Going Green Shouldn’t Be This Hard

Climate change is a massive problem. But can individual habit changes actually make an impact?

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03 Apr 2018

What Will New Zealand’s New Government Bring For Towns And Cities?

Almost 90% of New Zealand’s population is urbanised. Getting policy right for towns and cities

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02 Apr 2018

What Smartphone Photography Is Doing To Our Memories

Sharing photos may subtly change what — and how — we remember. Though they may

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02 Apr 2018

The Stockholm Metro: World’s Most Beautiful Underground System

The underground in Sweden’s capital city is not just a public transportation system but the world’s

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02 Apr 2018

Infographic: Conquering The World – Chatbots Gone Wild

Are Chatbots the Next Big Thing? Businesses are always looking for new and innovative ways

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28 Mar 2018

What Does Particle Physics Have To Do With Art Authentication & Restoration?

This year is the European year of cultural heritage, but what does particle physics have

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27 Mar 2018

The 100 Million City : Is 21st Century Urbanisation Out Of Control?

Projections suggest cities will swell at an astonishing pace – but whether that means our

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27 Mar 2018

Academic Town: The Soviet Union’s Answer To America’s Silicon Valley

Tucked away in a remote forest of birch and pine in the heart of Siberia,

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27 Mar 2018

You Think You Have The Worst Job? Think again.

Did you ever heard the world’s worst job? Maybe sound hyperbolic but this man from

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26 Mar 2018

Massive Study Of Chess Games Reveals How & Why Humans Make Mistakes

Decision making is influenced by the complexity of the situation, the skill of the decision

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26 Mar 2018

Why All Big Cities Need For Democratic And Metro-Scale Governance

Infrastructure Australia has called for metropolitan-scale governance of Australia’s largest cities. The new report by the Commonwealth’s

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26 Mar 2018

Singapore Changi Airport 2018: World’s Best Airport For 6th Consecutive Year

Singapore’s Changi Airport has been voted by air travellers as the world’s best at the

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23 Mar 2018

How Long Can The World’s ‘Least Sustainable’ City Survive?

Set deep in the Valley of the Sun, the lush and sprawling ‘megapolis’ has a

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23 Mar 2018

Why Our National Obsession With Work Is Killing Us

In Japan, there’s a word for working too hard. Karoshi, or “death by overwork,” leads to

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