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Turning cities into living labs. 10 examples from around the world

Rapid urbanisation is resulting many anticipated and unanticipated problems. The nature and intensity of such problems varies rapidly across geographies. There is a need to be creative to solve some of these problems as some of the problems are entirely new and some unresolved in spite of a lot of attempts.

Edward Gardiner, who leads the Behavioural Design Lab wrote a piece in the Guardian recently on turning cities into living labs. 10 really interesting examples cited range from City Science at MIT Media lab, JPAL, London bridge redevelopment. It also features a project executed by Final Mile in minimising collisions at Rail road crossings in India. Read more about the 10 examples here

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