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Bringing City Innovators Together in Sharjah

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Blog - Bringing City Innovators Together in Sharjah

Future Cities Catapult is working with the American University of Sharjah Enterprises (AUSE) to create a hub of innovation to shape the smart cities of the future.

Blog – Taking on Regional Challenges Through Data Science Fellowships

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Blog - Introducing Our Data Science Fellowships

We’ve launched a series of data science fellowships to help UK city regions tackle problems in new, data-driven ways.

Learning From City-Wide 5G Demonstrators

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Learning From City-Wide 5G Demonstrators

Blog – Innovating For Urban Health and Wellbeing by Nicola Yates OBE

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Blog - Innovating For Urban Health and Wellbeing by Nicola Yates OBE

Nicola Yates OBE, CEO of Future Cities Catapult, discusses ways to increase wellness in parallel with city densification, looking at how innovative technologies and approaches can be harnessed to creatw environments for wellbeing.

Blog – Practical Ways We Can Start Tackling Air Pollution Now

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Blog - Practical Ways We Can Start Tackling Air Pollution Now

The physical impact of air pollution is often easy to see and feel. But the mental health impact is less obvious. Here, The Centric Lab's Araceli Camargo describes a few ways of tackling the problem and making cities better places to live.

Like Stepping Inside a VR Headset – Igloo Vision Shared VR Experience

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Showcase your work at the Urban Innovation Centre

The shared VR experience is like stepping into a giant VR headset and offers you chance to showcase a project to several people at once. It's a unique way of seeing designs, prototypes and more come to life. See it in action at Future Cities Catapult in central London.

The State of City Data: Data and Vulnerability

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State of City Data: Data and Vulnerability

In the first issue of The State of City Data, Hillary Simpson explains why joined-up data sharing is essential for protecting the vulnerable people in our cities. And why the only reason to collect public information is to act on it.

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