We don’t want our research to simply sit in an academic journal to be read by other academics.
In each issue of The Bartlett Review, we commission writers to take an in-depth look at how six of our research collaborations are having real-world impact.
Can a video game and three million minds help to defuse a global health timebomb?
The UK has a critical skills shortage in the construction industry, one that poses a significant risk to the delivery of planned major projects. Will Brexit push it over the edge?
The Bartlett’s sell-out 2016 conference, ‘Drawing Futures’, proved that obituaries for the role of hand-drawing in architecture practice have been premature.
We all like the idea of major renewable energy infrastructure projects but what about when they’re built next door?
Today’s food system is depleting groundwater reserves faster than they can be replenished. What happens next could determine the future of global food security.
What does AI-driven generative design mean for creativity and production in architecture?