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City with a female face: how modern Vienna was shaped by women

Aspern Seestadt has an explicitly family-oriented design, with a specific emphasis on taking women’s needs into account in its planning. Photograph: Daniel Hawelka for Seestadt At 240 hectares, the neighbourhood of Aspern, Vienna, is one of the largest urban developments in Europe. By the time it is complete in 2028, it is due to be

Tate Modern wins privacy case brought by owners of £4m flats

Flat owners had objected to being waved at and photographed from Tate Modern’s rooftop terrace. Photograph: Victoria Jones/PA Wire One of Tate Modern’s most popular areas, a top-floor terrace that offers spectacular 360-degree views of London, is to remain fully open after neighbours lost a privacy case. More than half a million visitors a year get

3rd Annual STEM Networking Fair presented by BLISTS and NSBE

Location: Huntington Hall Room 130 – Jacquet Education Commons BLISTS (Black and Latinx Information Science and Technology Support) is kicking off the Spring semester with a collaboration with NSBE at Syracuse University (National Society of Black Engineers) to host our 3rd Annual STEM Networking Fair on Tuesday, February 5th @ 6:30 – 9:00 PM in Huntington Hall Room

Digitisation Offers $39 Billion Export Profit For Indian Firms By 2022

:  Rising digitisation will unlock a potential $39 billion worth of export opportunities for Indian businesses in select verticals by 2022 — up from $16 billion in 2017, a Google-KPMG report said today. The verticals that provides high-potential export opportunities are travel, media and entertainment, Software-as-a Service (SaaS), consumer brands and real estate, said the