Thumper crop: rabbits and their owners – in pictures – The Guardian


The Guardian

Thumper crop: rabbits and their owners – in pictures
The Guardian
Every year, the cunicular equivalent of Crufts takes place in the US: the American Rabbit Breeders Association convention sees 20,000 rabbits compete for prizes. Last year, St Petersburg-based photographer Katya Rezvaya attended the event in Portland, …

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Your very own property bubble in France – in pictures – The Guardian


The Guardian

Your very own property bubble in France – in pictures
The Guardian
We westerners tend to live in a bubble – it’s just that for most of us it’s metaphorical. Suppose you were to live in a real bubble, or rather a string of them, snug under cocooning curved ceilings with the world reduced to a small circle through

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How did Roman coins end up in a medieval Japanese castle? – CityMetric


CityMetric

How did Roman coins end up in a medieval Japanese castle?
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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Quiz: Can you identify these cities by their nickname? – CityMetric

Quiz: Can you identify these cities by their nickname?
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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This chart shows how badly Britain’s major cities are underperforming economically – CityMetric


CityMetric

This chart shows how badly Britain’s major cities are underperforming economically
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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Are South Africa’s cities abandoning the ANC? – CityMetric


CityMetric

Are South Africa’s cities abandoning the ANC?
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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Mathematicians Decode Love Through Verified Patterns – Women of China


Women of China

Mathematicians Decode Love Through Verified Patterns
Women of China
As a lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at the University of Central London (UCL), Fry usually works alongside a unique mix of talents to study the patterns in human behaviors. It’s therefore no wonder

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Here’s how we can translate London’s housing benefit bill into affordable housing – CityMetric


CityMetric

Here’s how we can translate London’s housing benefit bill into affordable housing
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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How did New York City become the centre of the western art world? – CityMetric


CityMetric

How did New York City become the centre of the western art world?
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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Podcast: Before the flood – on climate change and rising sea-levels – CityMetric


CityMetric

Podcast: Before the flood – on climate change and rising sea-levels
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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The vast majority of British cities are less productive than the European average – CityMetric


CityMetric

The vast majority of British cities are less productive than the European average
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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From Black Panthers to Black Lives Matter – in pictures – The Guardian


The Guardian

From Black Panthers to Black Lives Matter – in pictures
The Guardian
Steven Kasher Gallery in New York is launching exhibitions which document the work of two photographers decades apart. Power To The People by Stephen Shames opens 50 years after the founding of the Black Panther party, featuring photographs with …

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The World’s Road Networks, Visualized As Beautiful Flowing Fractals – Co.Exist


Co.Exist

The World’s Road Networks, Visualized As Beautiful Flowing Fractals
Co.Exist
“If cities are living things, roads are the veins that keep them alive, even at the mathematical level.” Portrait image for Alberto Hernando. ESPD. from Alberto Hernando. 00:00. 00:08. 00:08. Like. Add to Watch Later. Share. Clip ID:181461915. Delivery

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Why I hate cycling around London as a woman – CityMetric


CityMetric

Why I hate cycling around London as a woman
CityMetric
It’s a pretty striking illustration of how deprivation can vary within a single city. It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life

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Three reasons a Yorkshire devolution deal probably isn’t going to happen – CityMetric


CityMetric

Three reasons a Yorkshire devolution deal probably isn’t going to happen
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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This map of London’s tube shows disused stations, track layout and more – CityMetric


CityMetric

This map of London’s tube shows disused stations, track layout and more
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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Using Big Data To Map A City’s ‘Heartbeat’ – Forbes


Forbes

Using Big Data To Map A City’s ‘Heartbeat’
Forbes
UK cities” (developed while he was at UCL’s Centre for advanced Spatial Analysis, and unfortunately, no longer updated). And he built London Panopticon – a traffic camera fan’s dream website – in his spare time. Today the bulk of his work is on a vast

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Will Brexit end London’s reign as financial capital of Europe? Probably not – CityMetric


CityMetric

Will Brexit end London’s reign as financial capital of Europe? Probably not
CityMetric
Following the Brexit vote, the race to succeed London as Europe’s financial capital is on. “We know that groups based in the City are planning to leave for Dublin, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Paris,” the French prime minister, Manuel Valls, told

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Mildly depressing housing chart of the week: summer doldrums – CityMetric


CityMetric

Mildly depressing housing chart of the week: summer doldrums
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.
Petition · Save London’s nightlife. Stop the closure of fabric. · Change.orgChange.org
Islington borough council’s decision – UK.COMUK.COM
Was this the real reason Fabric was shut down? ‘Operation Lenor’ and a cash-strapped council and policeThe Independent

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Sin fallas en la primera cita con el detector portátil de emociones – Clarín.com


Clarín.com

Sin fallas en la primera cita con el detector portátil de emociones
Clarín.com
Hasta la novela de Philip K. Dick y la película de Ridley Scott, este detector de emociones era sólo una máquina de ficción; hoy en día, el equipo de investigadores a cargo del proyecto, que incluye a expertos del Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis

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Meet London’s mathletes: from Aum Amin to Hannah Fry – Evening Standard


Evening Standard

Meet London’s mathletes: from Aum Amin to Hannah Fry
Evening Standard
A lecturer in the mathematics of cities at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, Fry has even applied maths to that seemingly illogical subject: the search for love. Understanding statistics, Fry says, shows us we should ditch our dating checklists.

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Is the night tube good for London? – CityMetric


CityMetric

Is the night tube good for London?
CityMetric
After months of delays and industrial action, London’s long-awaited “night tube” is finally a reality. This will be music to the ears of punters who want to party on beyond one o’clock in the morning, and night-time workers who want to get home quicker

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London’s night life is in trouble – and the night tube won’t save it – CityMetric


CityMetric

London’s night life is in trouble – and the night tube won’t save it
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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What is Siôn Simon’s vision for the West Midlands? – CityMetric


CityMetric

What is Siôn Simon’s vision for the West Midlands?
CityMetric
Last week, Siôn Simon was selected as Labour’s candidate for next year’s inaugural election for West Midlands Metro Mayor. The West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner covers the same electorate, and David Jamieson won just under 50per cent of …

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Have southern English cities grown faster than northern ones? The answer may surprise you – CityMetric


CityMetric

Have southern English cities grown faster than northern ones? The answer may surprise you
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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The Southern Rail mess isn’t a privatisation failure – it’s a return to the 1970s – CityMetric


CityMetric

The Southern Rail mess isn’t a privatisation failure – it’s a return to the 1970s
CityMetric
London’s Southern Railway has been dominating the headlines all summer, due to its sheer awfulness. But the underlying dispute isn’t a failure of privatisation: it’s a fight between unions and managers, directed by Conservative politicians, about how

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A plane just flew around the world using nothing but solar power – CityMetric


CityMetric

A plane just flew around the world using nothing but solar power
CityMetric
Earlier this week, Solar Impulse 2 became the first plane in history to circumnavigate the globe using only renewable energy sources. With pilots Bertrant Piccard and André Borschberg taking turns in the cockpit, the two-tonne, 72m wingspan plane flew …

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Eat Well for Less?, Long Lost Family, Versailles, Boy Meets Girl…tonight’s TV highlights – Herts and Essex Observer


Herts and Essex Observer

Eat Well for Less?, Long Lost Family, Versailles, Boy Meets Girl…tonight’s TV highlights
Herts and Essex Observer
Cooking is a relatively simple affair. You buy some ingredients, go home and rustle up some delicious dishes. Except some people prefer ready meals to making meals from scratch, not caring about the amount of salt or other potentially harmful contents.

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Where did Pokemon Go get its maps from? – CityMetric


CityMetric

Where did Pokemon Go get its maps from?
CityMetric
It reminds me of this piece of work, by James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien – two researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis – which plots life expectancy by tube station. The shading shows reflects deprivation in individual areas:.

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Creating the right environment for digital advertising to thrive – IAB UK

Creating the right environment for digital advertising to thrive
IAB UK
This year the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) UK’s annual flagship Engage conference has extended across two full days, for the first time ever. The event, which takes place at The Barbican, London on 12th & 13th October – promises to excite and wow …

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Creating the right environment for digital advertising to thrive – IAB UK


IAB UK

Creating the right environment for digital advertising to thrive
IAB UK
This year the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) UK’s annual flagship Engage conference has extended across two full days, for the first time ever. The event, which takes place at The Barbican, London on 12th & 13th October – promises to excite and wow …

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Creating the right environment for digital advertising to thrive – IAB UK

Creating the right environment for digital advertising to thrive
IAB UK
This year the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) UK’s annual flagship Engage conference has extended across two full days, for the first time ever. The event, which takes place at The Barbican, London on 12th & 13th October – promises to excite and wow …

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