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Global Cities and Megacities: The New Economic Geography

10 May | FCL lunch talk features Parag Khanna,  a leading global strategist, world traveler, and best-selling author. Read more 


Celebrating Women in Research

We celebrate our women in research at the Future Cities Laboratory and Future Resilient Systems on the occasion of International Women's Day. Read more 


100 Resilient Cities: The Future of Resilience

8 Mar | Yumi Nishikawa from 100 Resilient Cities speaks about making cities more resilient, as we tackle the biggest challenges of future cities of urbanisation, globalisation, and climate change. Read more 


Sand: An (in)Finite Resource?

Asst Prof Dirk Hebel and team ran the Engineering for Development Summer School at TU Delft on sand, prompting students to rethink sand as a building materials and its alternatives.   Read more 


Smart Cities 2.0: Beyond Technology

20 Mar | At this lunch talk, Prof Jason Pomeroy will discuss case studies of Smart cities around the world, investigate their characteristics, and question if such environments enhance our daily lives. Read more 


Discrete Choice Modelling Course

6 - 8 Jun | Understanding how choices are made is highly relevant in many fields of research and practice. FCL is offering a two-day discrete choice modelling course by Prof Dr Stephane Hess. Read more 


Para Limes - Beyond Boundaries

8 Mar | Prof Peter Edwards to speak on 'Technological Myopia' at the upcoming Para-Limes conference themed 'Causality-Reality'. Read more 


Step into U5's 17 Volcanoes in Crater Studios

Till July 2017 | Watch the portraits of 17 Javanese volcanoes emerge in U5's open studio hosted by NUS Museum, as part of the Tourism and Cultural Heritage project. Read more 


Reshaping the City’s Identity through Culture

28 Feb | Michael Shindhelm talks about a city's culture as an ecological system and its role in reshaping a city's identity, focussing on Dubai and Hong Kong. Read more 


'17 Volcanoes' goes to Princeton

Till 15 Mar | The '17 Volcanoes' exhibition, as part of the Tourism and Cultural Heritage research project, opens in Princeton Read more 

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