Analysing streets to fulfil their potential to be people-centred, accessible and inclusive public places
Adding Resilience to Luanda's streetscape
Identifying opportunities for adding resilience to the ‘musseques’ and the wider city environment in Luanda
Felix O'Hare Limited KTP
Engaging new software technologies and processes to facilitate the implementation of BIM models
Ostick and Williams KTP
Enhancing graphical architectural representations using Virtual and Augmented Reality
CVI Africa: Values-based Climate Change
Risk Assessment: Piloting the Climate Vulnerability Index for Cultural Heritage in Africa
Landscapes of Production
Understanding the Landscape Context of Felsite Production in Neolitic Shetland
Waves of Colonisation in the Sea of Moyle
The relationships between historic sites and land-use on a series of islands along the Sea of Moyle
IntCal radiocarbon carbon calibration curves
Providing an international standard for the worldwide comparison of chronologies
SALINA - SALine INtrusion in coastal Aquifers
Understanding the physical processes that govern saline intrusion movement in coastal aquifers
Powerkite: Power Take-off System for a Subsea Tidal Kite
Enhancing the structural and power performance of the power take-off for Deep Green tidal energy technology
Low carbon footprint precast concrete
Low carbon footprint precast concrete products for an energy efficient built environment (LowCoPreCon)
REuse and REcycling of CDW materials and structures
REuse and REcycling of CDW materials and structures in energy efficient pREfabricated elements for building REfurbishment and construction – RE4
Reduce energy costs and environmental impact
Reduce energy costs and environmental impact in the manufacture of pre-cast concrete products by optimising the concrete design, testing and manufacturing processes
Embed an optimisation process which will improve existing concrete mixes
and identify novel mixes to reduce cost and carbon footprint, without compromising quality.
Development of low energy, thermal and acoustic high performance
flowable concrete for use with novel production systems and utilising innovative waste products.
Surveying Empires: Archaeologies of Colonial Cartography in West Bengal, India
"Surveying Empires" is a collaborative international research project exploring the landscape legacies of the Great Trigonometrical Survey of India.
Exploring the effects of environmental factors on Chronic Kidney Disease
This research examines possible links between soil elements, deprivation and chronic kidney disease (CKD) data from the UK Renal Registry including Chronic Kidney Disease of uncertain aetiology (CKDu) to investigate the impact of environmental toxins including air pollution data on human health.
Environmental Geochemistry and Compositional Data Analysis
This research brings together world-leading expertise in the areas of geochemistry, geoscience, mathematics to simulate debate and advances in the field of compositional data analysis.
Conjunctive Explanations in Science and Religion
This research, part of a larger project funded by the John Templeton Foundation, examined explanations of evolutionary change and their relations to religious thought in the period 1870-1930. Staff involved included Dr Diarmid Finnegan (PI), Professor David Livingstone (Co-I), Dr Mikael Leidenhag and Dr David Brown (the project’s postdoctoral research fellows).
Social and Solidarity Economy and Urban Regeneration
Exploring the potential of the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) as an alternative site of community mobilisation and inclusive development
Staying in the Rural
Contemporary life course related senses of belonging, mobility and rural community participation
Stakeholder Evaluation of Planning Project (SEPP)
This project provides a rare insight into how a broad section of stakeholders view the planning system. It seeks to compare and contrast stakeholder opinion of the planning systems in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Wales and is designed to explore
From Plantation to Peace: Derry/Londonderry as the UK's first City of Culture
This research project set out to unpack, investigate and problematise the implementation and impact of the UK’s inaugural City of Culture in Derry/ Londonderry, 2013.
Post-disaster space: the altered architecture of Durbar Square, Kathmandu
The project examines the altered architecture of Kathmandu Durbar Square following the April 2015 earthquake. Kathmandu Durbar Square is one of the seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a medieval, unwalled palace square located at the heart of the city.
Multi-sectoral approaches to Innovative Skills Training for Renewable energy & sociAL acceptance is an Innovative Training Network, funded under the EU’s MSCA Programme, with the aim of training a new generation of researchers who can evaluate the complexity of social acceptance issues facing the deployment of renewable energy infrastructure.
Spaces of HOPE. The Hidden History of Community Led Planning in the UK
‘Spaces of HOPE' is exploring the history of community-led planning (CLP) in the UK by documenting the diverse ways in which people have come together to care for the future of their local environments and exploring what their efforts mean for contemporary approaches to planning and participatory place-making.