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Interview with David Rosenthal: the future of place-based digital storytelling

Calvium has collaborated with the University of Exeter on the thriving Hidden Cities project for over a decade. Dr. David Rosenthal is a historian at the University of Exeter and the co-founder and...

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Interview with Ceren Clulow: innovation, sustainability, place and technology

Ceren Clulow is the Programme Director for Connecting Cambridgeshire, the digital connectivity initiative for Cambridgeshire County Council. Prior to taking on her new role in January, Ceren spent 15...

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Diversity, equity and inclusion: key to improving business performance in tech

Sir Jeremy Fleming, the director of the UK’s intelligence, cyber and security agency (GCHQ) was a guest editor on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme a few months ago, and something he said really chimed...

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Digital placemaking for successful NHS healthcare infrastructure

The UK’s NHS is currently undergoing the biggest hospital building programme in a generation, with the government planning to build or redevelop 40 new hospitals by 2030. According to the five-year...

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How Stroud District Council is embracing digital placemaking to support its...

Amy Beckett is the Senior Economic Development Specialist for Stroud District Council and Amy Helliwell is Tourism Officer. Stroud District lies in South West England and comprises eight towns and many...

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Sustainable aviation: innovation working for business and the environment

The aviation and aerospace industry has had a particularly tough time in recent years. While still recovering from the far-reaching and costly impact of Covid-19, it has faced greater pressures and...

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Windmill Hill City Farm: people, places and sustainability

Calvium has been speaking with leading figures who work at the intersection of people, place and sustainability, to share their ideas on how to achieve sustainable urban futures.  Windmill Hill City...

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Interview with Mark Hallett: innovation, sustainability, place and technology

Mark Hallett is the development director and head of custom build at sustainable property investor igloo Regeneration. Passionate about innovation and design, and specialising in place-based impact...

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Transforming inspiration into an innovative, successful product

Great ideas can come from anywhere in a business, or life – from impromptu conversations in the office kitchen that make you go Eureka!, to global pandemics that spark mass digital innovation and...

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Creative workshop exploring placed-based digital storytelling

Visitors will experience ghosts, fairy gardens and dragons as part of their Halloween adventures as they move around Windmill Hill City Farm’s old haunts! The team at Windmill Hill City Farm (WHCF)...

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Digital innovation enabling biomass crops to contribute towards net zero

Kevin Lindegaard is director of Crops for Energy, one of the UK’s leading authorities on biomass crops and their use in environmental applications. He has dedicated his career to biomass crops...

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7 inclusive park projects improving health and wellbeing

There are more than 27,000 public parks and green spaces across the UK. These spaces range from large principal parks with many facilities and amenities, to small neighbourhood pocket parks. They...

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Digital innovation and the new agricultural revolution

The first human farmers in the UK are thought to have emerged around 6,000 years ago – the New Stone Age, with permanent settlements and new tools transforming traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyles....

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How Visit Ely is harnessing digital technology to maximise visitor experience

In charge of a city bustling with history and culture, Visit Ely has been ramping up its digital offering to reach new audiences in a post-pandemic world. The tourist information experts have worked...

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Interview with Ludovic Pittie: innovation, sustainability, place and technology

Ludovic Pittie is Head of Landscape at multi-disciplinary professional services consultancy WSP, where he leads the company’s landscape strategy and design thinking and 75-strong UK team. A champion of...

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Digital Seascapes – a co-design approach to sea as a public space

Ashita Gupta has an MA in Urban Design and Planning with research expertise in urban design and regeneration, co-design, and stakeholder engagement. She is currently a Research Associate on the AHRC...

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Enhancing place engagement with augmented reality

Augmented reality is a familiar technology that has been creating new spatial experiences for many years now. To inform an AR project that I’ve been undertaking recently for Calvium’s Place Experience...

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Healthy cities, technology and innovation

The Welsh socialist, writer and academic, Raymond Williams, once said: “To be truly radical is to make hope possible, rather than despair convincing.” It is a powerful quote, and one that really...

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Seasonal storytelling with digital technologies

Our calendar years are defined by the four seasons, and within those fall many diverse occasions – from religious and traditional celebrations like Christmas, Easter, Diwali and Chinese New Year, to...

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Digital wayfinding for NHS estates: reduce DNAs, alleviate anxiety and save...

There were 122 million NHS appointments booked in 2022. Of those, around 6.4% (7.8 million) were missed. For context, that equates to more missed appointments every month than the entire population of...

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