Call for Living Lab proposals for Schuster Annexe

There is now an new opportunity for Living Lab ideas to be included into a building project on campus. The project will add a new Annexe to the Schuster building, home to the School of Physics and Astronomy. Work is due to start this summer and is expected to finish in 2017. We are looking for research and teaching projects or recent innovations with a relevance to sustainability that could be implemented, tested and demonstrated in the new Annexe. This could involve the evaluation of a new technology, the inclusion of monitoring equipment and sensors, the exposure of certain building functions or any other real-world application of research expertise. Proposals can span all fields and disciplines - we are looking for a broad range of ideas.

To submit an idea and expression of interest, please get in touch with us!

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