Cutting out the middleman. And communities and civil society and the public sector…
Smart cities are more likely to be defined by quieter upgrades to existing infrastructure and new partnerships that better represent residents.
Any social or cultural disconnect can have serious consequences for city planning
By seeing campuses as ‘cities in microcosm’ the development of smart infrastructure can lead to closer working between universities and local leaders
A new “Russell Group type” alliance of the top universities in Africa will bring together 15 universities from 8 countries. Notwithstanding the difficulties of coordinating activity from Lagos to Pretoria and from Dakar to Kampala – and research collaboration is one of the main aims – such a group is overdue. One of the strengths […]
Cities are constantly in states of flow, and can easily be locked into patterns of behaviour that over time can have serious consequences