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Day 1

What unites us? A sense of agency

What unites us? A sense of agency

The Bartlett turns 100 in 2019. This is an opportunity to reflect on our role for the next 100 years, says Dean Alan Penn.

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Day 2

We all live in Tolmers Square

We all live in Tolmers Square

In 1973, Bartlett student Nick Wates’ 3rd-year report started a campaign to prevent a speculative office development from destroying an inner London neighbourhood. It’s still talked about today.

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Day 3

How to manage a megaproject

How to manage a megaproject

The academic partnership that helped Crossrail break the mould in UK construction by becoming the first organisation to develop a strategy for managing innovation in megaprojects.

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Day 4

Entering the experience economy era

Entering the experience economy era

Lecturer and architect Jan Kattein explains why we need to reshape our understanding of the UK high street.

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Day 5

A holistic view of heritage

A holistic view of heritage

Alumna Isabel Assaly on why she doesn’t believe in preserving for preserving's sake.

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Day 6

The Future of Energy Research

By applying epidemiology to energy, Bartlett academics at the Energy Institute are radically changing how energy consumption data is gathered and analysed.

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 The Future of Energy Research

Day 7

Re-politicising Gender Planning

Re-politicising Gender Planning

Since the 1980s, the Gender Policy and Planning Programme at The Bartlett has been on a mission to further the research and theory for achieving gender parity.

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Day 8

State Banking on a Mission

State Banking on a Mission

The Bartlett's Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose designs a new mission-oriented bank for Scotland.

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Day 9

Contemplating the City of the Future

Contemplating the City of the Future

Since 1995, the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis has studied urban environments as living laboratories to inform city planning and policy. The results have taken on a life of their own.

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Day 10

“10% of UK street lights had, by 2013, shifted to using white light – a saving of 64TWh of electricity or £6m per year.”

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Day 11

The Unburnable Carbon Paper

The Unburnable Carbon Paper

In 2012, two Bartlett researchers looked at all the world’s fossil-fuel reserves – and found that most of them would need to stay in the ground.

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Day 12

Rethinking real estate

Global property research expert Yolande Barnes explains how her industry experience will inform the work of The Bartlett’s newest institute.

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Rethinking real estate

Day 13

Pathogens vs Prosperity

Pathogens vs Prosperity

Why social scientists at The Bartlett are working with epidemiologists, immunologists and geneticists to tackle the spread of bovine TB in Ethiopia’s burgeoning dairy industry.

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Day 1

What unites us? A sense of agency

What unites us? A sense of agency

The Bartlett turns 100 in 2019. This is an opportunity to reflect on our role for the next 100 years, says Dean Alan Penn.

Read more >

Day 2

We all live in Tolmers Square

We all live in Tolmers Square

In 1973, Bartlett student Nick Wates’ 3rd-year report started a campaign to prevent a speculative office development from destroying an inner London neighbourhood. It’s still talked about today.

Read more >

Day 3

How to manage a megaproject

How to manage a megaproject

The academic partnership that helped Crossrail break the mould in UK construction by becoming the first organisation to develop a strategy for managing innovation in megaprojects.

Read more >

Day 4

Entering the experience economy era

Entering the experience economy era

Lecturer and architect Jan Kattein explains why we need to reshape our understanding of the UK high street.

Read more >

Day 5

A holistic view of heritage

A holistic view of heritage

Alumna Isabel Assaly on why she doesn’t believe in preserving for preserving's sake.

Read more >

Day 6

The Future of Energy Research

 The Future of Energy Research

By applying epidemiology to energy, Bartlett academics at the Energy Institute are radically changing how energy consumption data is gathered and analysed.

Read more >

Day 7

Re-politicising Gender Planning

Re-politicising Gender Planning

Since the 1980s, the Gender Policy and Planning Programme at The Bartlett has been on a mission to further the research and theory for achieving gender parity.

Read more >

Day 8

State Banking on a Mission

State Banking on a Mission

The Bartlett's Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose designs a new mission-oriented bank for Scotland.

Read more >

Day 9

Contemplating the City of the Future

Contemplating the City of the Future

Since 1995, the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis has studied urban environments as living laboratories to inform city planning and policy. The results have taken on a life of their own.

Read more >

Day 10

Setting the standard for street lighting

How lighting expert Peter Raynham helped usher in a shift to safer, cheaper, more energy-efficient street lights in the UK.

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Day 11

The Unburnable Carbon Paper

The Unburnable Carbon Paper

In 2012, two Bartlett researchers looked at all the world’s fossil-fuel reserves – and found that most of them would need to stay in the ground.

Read more >

Day 12

Rethinking real estate

Rethinking real estate

Global property research expert Yolande Barnes explains how her industry experience will inform the work of The Bartlett’s newest institute.

Read more >

Day 13

Pathogens vs Prosperity

Pathogens vs Prosperity

Why social scientists at The Bartlett are working with epidemiologists, immunologists and geneticists to tackle the spread of bovine TB in Ethiopia’s burgeoning dairy industry.

Read more >

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