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Magdeburg launches the “Energy Hub” – a new type of charging station

Under the leadership of Professor Przemyslaw Komarnicki from the Institute of Electrical Engineering at Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences, a so-called ‘Energy Hub’ has been developed. The new hub is a decentralised, self-sufficient solution for charging devices at grid locations that are difficult to access. It combines renewable power generation from photovoltaic cells with suitable energy […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 25 April 2024

A new youth policy for Lublin – officially one of Poland’s top cities to live in!

The target age group for Lublin’s youth policy are young people aged between 13 and 26. The policy covers those who study, work and live in Lublin – including all those who chase their dreams and those who spend their leisure time in the city! It’s based on the principles of diversity, subjectivity, open-mindedness, equality, […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 24 April 2024

Norrköping launches a ‘digital twin’

The ‘SimCity’ project in Norrköping has produced a 3D-printed digital twin of the city which is currently on display at Norrköping’s Visualization Centre. The project, which has received funding from Norrköping’s fund for research and development, is a collaboration between Norrköping Municipality, Linköping University, Visual Sweden and Norrköping’s Visualization Centre. The overall aim of the […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 11 April 2024

New City Centre Innovation Hub opens in Exeter

The Innovation Hub provides convenient city-centre access to the knowledge, expertise and resources of the University of Exeter. In addition, it also hosts several University business support programmes, local business support organisations, and thematic partnerships, including the Exeter Chamber of Commerce and Creative Arc. The overarching aim of the new facility is to help Exeter-based […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 13 March 2024

Vital new student accommodation for Bolzano gets the go ahead

The housing crisis has emerged as one of the most pressing challenges in urban areas around Europe. In order to face housing shortages for university students, the City of Bozen/Bolzano has instructed their offices to proceed with the necessary agreements to accelerate the construction of much needed student dormitories in new areas. A public call was […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 28 February 2024

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