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Biosphere 2 Tour - University of Arizona

Biosphere 2 Tour Information: Biosphere 2 was opened to the public in 1990.

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Can't be Bard! Kenneth Branagh's Macbeth at MIF gets two extra performances - Manchester Evening News

Can't be Bard! Kenneth Branagh's Macbeth at MIF gets two extra performances - Manchester Evening News | Biospheric Project | Scoop.it
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Can't be Bard! Kenneth Branagh's Macbeth at MIF gets two extra performances Manchester Evening News The hotly-anticipated highlight of this year's Manchester International Festival signals a return to Shakespeare after more...
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Future Cities, Biospheric Project, Manchester International Festival, July 2013

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Bionic City's curator insight, May 11, 2013 2:49 PM

On the evening of July 10th 2013, Design Scientist and Futurist Melissa Sterry will join Jon Turney, author of 'A Rough Guide to the Future', to present the future of post-industrial cities. Chaired by Jurgan Maier, Managing Director of Siemens UK Industry Sector, the event is taking place at The Biospheric Project in Salford, as part of the Manchester International Festival - a biennial international arts festival, with a specific focus on original new work.

 

Sterry will give a 45-minute presentation on possible future urban scenarios born of emergent and likely future developments in science and technology, including biomimetics, synthetic biology, 3D and 4D printing, hydroponics and information communications technologies.

 

Throughout MIF13, The Biospheric Project will have a free programme of daily events including talks, tours, film screenings and ‘how to’ workshops, as well as a weekend of activity for families.

Vincent Walsh's comment, May 13, 2013 10:30 AM
Biospheric Foundation CIC is a Soco-Ecological Urban Practice In Salford Manchester developed by PhD student Vincent Walsh. The foundation researches, designs & builds advanced Ecological Urban Systems.