Monthly Archives: October 2012

innovation economics

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vancouverism

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Boston’s Innovation District III

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Boston’s Innovation District II

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Boston’s Innovation District

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best sentence i’ve read all day

“The Paris Commune, a classical example of critical practice, began with no ‘theory’…” (my emphasis). — Peter Marcuse, “From critical urban theory to the right to the city”

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The mayor and the billionaire envision the creation of a center for biotechnology at South Lake Union, anchored by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, ZymoGenetics, and a new University of Washington biotech facility. There are promises that the long-standing … Continue reading

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Y’know, we’re in a worldwide competition, on a, on biomedical research, biotech, uh, the University of Washington is doing some cutting edge research there. There are, they need space, uh, private companies and our public institutions like Fred Hutch, need … Continue reading

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AAG 2013 CFP: Geophilosophy and the planes of urban experience

In contemporary urban studies and geography there is an increasing desire to conceptualize the built environment as both a result of forces that produce, extend, and reconfigure it in countless ways, and as a social and spatial framework that hosts … Continue reading

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