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Editor’s pickLife Science Bioengineering B202 building in Denmark

07-01-2019
Life Science Bioengineering B202 building, Christensen & Co. Architects, Rørbæk og møller Arkitekter, oak

The new building for Life Science and Bioengineering is the largest project since the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) was inaugurated in the 1960s. (Photo credit: Adam Mørk) In a respectful yet innovative transformation of the original architecture, the façade of gold-anodised and black-lacquered aluminium is broken into …

Editor’s pickThe science behind saunas

29-03-2018
science, sauna, Finland

Enjoying a hot bath in a wood-clad sauna is perhaps a very Finnish past time. This lakeside sauna is no different from others, but has a story behind it. One 1951 winter, a sauna was pulled in with a Citroën 15CV over the frozen lake. Decades later, it fell into disrepair and was dismantled. A new one was rebuilt on the same site, a …

Australia's forestry sector sees strong growth in 2H/2015

06-06-2016
Australia forestry, Growth, Wood products export, Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences, , ABARES

Australia's forestry sector demonstrated strong growth in 2014-15, thanks to robust residential building activity and increased exports. Total housing starts increased by 18% to 214,000 units while log harvest rose by over 10% to more than $2 billion for the first time, according to the latest statistical report released by the Australian Bureau …