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The bold, rapid action needed to tackle the climate and ecological crisis presents an unparalleled opportunity for higher education institutions, argues a working paper from a group of academic experts from the COP26 Universities Network.
Oxford Brookes University's first ever quadruplets have graduated, each with a different degree.
A new research community exploring racial equity in UK architecture is aiming to create an industry Charter and approach to help address race and systemic racism in architecture.
Rajat Gupta, Professor of Sustainable Architecture and Climate Change at Oxford Brookes University, has been appointed as Ad Hoc member to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) Air Quality Expert Group (AQEG)
Dozens of houses in the Warwickshire area will have permanently reduced fuel bills, better air quality and improved energy efficiency ratings thanks to a successful government funding bid.
A distinctive example of ‘slow architecture’ has been revealed in Devon by Thomas Randall-Page, Associate Lecturer in Undergraduate Architecture.
Two Oxford Brookes University academics have won an award for their research into energy efficiency in homes in Bicester, Oxfordshire. Professor Rajat Gupta and Senior Research Fellow Matt Gregg from the Low Carbon Building Research Group, outlined novel methods to speed up the implementation of energy improvements, retrofitting homes built between 1950 and 1965.
The School of Architecture at Oxford Brookes University is to host a £5 million grant-giving programme, which will improve the documentation of endangered wooden architecture throughout the world and make records freely available online.