To keep ecobuild visitors at the forefront of innovations and opportunities in the built environment, this research showcase will give direct access to leading researchers in robotics as well as featuring projects inspired by nature. The ARCC knowledge exchange network has coordinated this feature to give ecobuild visitors a better understanding of the current research … Continue reading Press release: Research showcase… from the natural to the neural network
March 2018 ExCel, London Our partnership with ecobuild continued for 2018, we’re delivering an immersive research feature showcasing projects focused on: robotics, as applied in the built environment inspired by nature, resulting in green infrastructure and living architecture, and engineering projects based on characteristics from nature. Find out what we learned from showcasing research at … Continue reading From the natural to the neural network – research showcase
15 September 2017, The IET, London About the Research Zone We’re pleased to showcase the latest research from EPSRC, supporting healthier homes as well as some of the future materials you may well see on the market in coming years. You can speak directly to researchers about their work between 13:00–14:00. The Research Zone is … Continue reading Research Zone @ The International Refurbishment Symposium
Ioannis Papakonstantinou from UCL took part in our future materials events at Ecobuild – he found it to be a rewarding experience.
Reducing waste, implementing efficient practices and improving operations are established parts of lean manufacturing ideology. As part of our future materials & processes stand at Ecobuild 2017, we take this one step further and focus on sustainable practices of the future that could become the norm. .@turner_briony shows @DavidMcClelland just one part of the huge … Continue reading Processes & manufacturing
The move towards a more multidisciplinary approach to environmental design is an opportunity for new materials, technology and living forms to redefine not only building design, but the entire built environment. At our future materials & processes stand at Ecobuild 2017 we showcase what is possible when bringing together natural and engineering solutions. .@turner_briony shows … Continue reading Inspired by nature
Most of the world’s man-made carbon emissions are released by burning fossil fuels to create electricity, heat or motion. We can help to reduce these emissions through innovations in the way we design and construct buildings The products featured on our future materials & processes stand at Ecobuild 2017 will help to build a low … Continue reading Low carbon
7–9 March 2017 Excel, London Our stands and seminar series at Ecobuild 2017 explored the latest discoveries in future building materials and processes. Catch up on the presentations to ensure you have the edge on your competitors before this research comes to market. The themes are low carbon, inspired by nature and processes & manufacturing. … Continue reading Future materials & processes – Ecobuild 2017