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Why say it again?
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S. L. (2013). Why say it again?

Artists' book screenprinted with a clear water-based varnish, the stencils made from dipping glasses and cups into ink to make a mark, just as you would if you put a glass or cup onto a table. The marks, like poison are barely discernible. The handwr... Read More about Why say it again?.

Invisible airs
Digital Artefact
Oldham, A., & McCormack, C. Invisible airs

The computerized database is fundamentally changing society. From communication, to government, transport, shopping, friendship, health, education, narrative and even the way we watch film, the database is radically transforming our lives. And yet we... Read More about Invisible airs.

Structural form finding using zero-length springs with dynamic mass
Presentation / Conference
Harding, J., & Shepherd, P. Structural form finding using zero-length springs with dynamic mass. Paper presented at 2011 IASS Annual Symposium: IABSE-IASS 2011: Taller, Longer, Lighter

This paper describes a new method for the form-finding of funicular structures in two or three dimensions using a zero-length spring system with dynamic nodal masses. The resulting found geometry consists of purely axial forces under self-weight, wit... Read More about Structural form finding using zero-length springs with dynamic mass.

The secrets of metahemeralism
Physical Artefact
Bodman, S. L., & Campbell, N. (2012). The secrets of metahemeralism

An artist’s book, letterpress print and video launch on World Book Night 23rd April 2012, for our project in tribute to The Secret History by Donna Tartt. The annual collaboration organised by Nancy Campbell and Sarah Bodman to produce an artist’s bo... Read More about The secrets of metahemeralism.

Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework (PHSKF). Evaluation and quality assurance framework
Report
Bornioli, A., Evans, D., & Muttaqi, S. Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework (PHSKF). Evaluation and quality assurance framework. Public Health England

The Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework (PHSKF) is a key tool for the public health workforce across the four UK nations. A first version was published in 2008 as the Public Health Skills and Career Framework. This original framework was str... Read More about Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework (PHSKF). Evaluation and quality assurance framework.

Wootton Bassett
Exhibition / Performance
Fraser, S. (2011). Wootton Bassett. (Unpublished)

Big data in Smart Cities
Book Chapter
Khan, Z., & Peters-Anders, J. Big data in Smart Cities. In S. Sakr, & A. Y. Zomaya (Eds.), Encylopedia of Big Data TechnologiesSpringer

City governance is a complex phenomenon and requires new combinations of top-down and bottom-up ICT-enabled governance methodologies to efficiently manage cities. Cities are a major source of urban, socio-economic and environmental data which provide... Read More about Big data in Smart Cities.

A reverse look at p-values
Other
White, P., Redford, P., & Macdonald, J. A reverse look at p-values

An overview of p-values is given. The usual way of being introduced to p-values is by considering the rigorous development of statistical tests, then their use for decision making. This note takes a reverse view by firstly considering their use in... Read More about A reverse look at p-values.

'to be'
Digital Artefact
Rogers, S. (2015). 'to be'

one poem published in Tears in the Fence, 62

Do built environment assessment systems include high quality green infrastructure?
Book Chapter
Sinnett, D., Calvert, T., & Smith, N. Do built environment assessment systems include high quality green infrastructure?. In F. Lemes de Oliviera, & I. Mell (Eds.), Planning Cities with Nature: Theories, Strategies and MethodsSpringer

Green infrastructure is understood to be a critical feature of sustainable cities, providing numerous benefits to people and wildlife. However, there are challenges associated with its planning, design and delivery related to skills and knowledge in... Read More about Do built environment assessment systems include high quality green infrastructure?.

The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 2: The Geddes Archives
Book
Holm, L., Gopinath, D., Jarron, M., & McEwan, C. The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 2: The Geddes Archives. University of Dundee

Volume 2 The Geddes Archives - reproduces the Geddes documents borrowed from the archives of the Universities of Dundee, Edinburgh, and Strathclyde, and includes our interpretative caption notes. We have not sought copyright permission for reproducin... Read More about The City is a Thinking Machine: Patrick Geddes and Cities in Evolution: Volume 2: The Geddes Archives.

User Power
Journal Article
Hart, R., & Means, R. User Power


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