£1.12bn needed to repair 3,000 crumbling bridges, Government allocates £93m

February 28th, 2020 no comment

While this total is slightly down on last year, it demonstrates the amount of work that still needs to be done to bring the UK’s crumbling road infrastructure up to par.
What progress was made last year is also at ri…

£1.12bn needed to repair 3,000 crumbling bridges, Government allocates £93m

February 28th, 2020 no comment

While this total is slightly down on last year, it demonstrates the amount of work that still needs to be done to bring the UK’s crumbling road infrastructure up to par.
What progress was made last year is also at ri…

Why humans and machines need to collaborate to tackle financial crime

February 27th, 2020 no comment

Economic growth has relied for hundreds of years on technology to allow the aggregation of capital and labour and exploitation of knowledge at a distance, through developments such as movable type, the limited liabil…

Why humans and machines need to collaborate to tackle financial crime

February 27th, 2020 no comment

Economic growth has relied for hundreds of years on technology to allow the aggregation of capital and labour and exploitation of knowledge at a distance, through developments such as movable type, the limited liabil…

Hands-on review: F(x)tec Pro1 smartphone

February 27th, 2020 no comment

Qwerty lovers who rue the BlackBerry’s demise can rejoice in the launch of this new phone. Where most new models are looking to miniaturise and fold down to half the size, this full-sized Android smartphone instead o…

Hands-on review: F(x)tec Pro1 smartphone

February 27th, 2020 no comment

Qwerty lovers who rue the BlackBerry’s demise can rejoice in the launch of this new phone. Where most new models are looking to miniaturise and fold down to half the size, this full-sized Android smartphone instead o…

Recyle and reuse buildings to curb climate change, report insists

February 26th, 2020 no comment

Historic England said the built environment – including the construction industry – accounts for around 42 per cent of the UK’s carbon footprint.
The non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Cult…

View from India: Generative design to raise the bar of innovation

February 24th, 2020 no comment

Today, we live in a world whose population is 7.5 billion. The rapid change in the world around us brings disruption and opportunities. “There’s a need for creating more housing, energy and transport, along with a mo…

View from India: Generative design to raise the bar of innovation

February 24th, 2020 no comment

Today, we live in a world whose population is 7.5 billion. The rapid change in the world around us brings disruption and opportunities. “There’s a need for creating more housing, energy and transport, along with a mo…

Where London builds and Londoners suffer?

February 21st, 2020 no comment

When 30 St Mary Axe, or ‘the Gherkin’ was finally completed in 2003, soaring 180m into the sky, it was one of the tallest buildings in London. Today it is barely visible among the surrounding skyscrapers, and has sli…