** This week is all about draft #2 of Science and the City (it’s due on Friday!!) so please forgive my brevity! **
I have officially published all of my Forbes pieces for the month! They’re a diverse mix, from the maths behind urban economies to water contamination, but I think you might enjoy them. Full disclosure: I get paid a minuscule amount of money ($0.005) each time a piece is read on the site, and slightly more for repeat visitors, so views of any of my posts are hugely appreciated #everylittlehelps. It’s worth mentioning too, that most of the articles spread over two pages (not always obvious on the desktop version of the site), so don’t forget to click through to the second page. I have no control over the ads though, sorry.
Scrape The Sky: How Our Buildings Are Getting Taller
The Hidden, Universal Rule That Helps Govern The Way Businesses Grow In A City
Lead In Your Water Supply? It May Be Down To Copper
Windows Of Opportunity: The Next Generation Of Glass
Extracting Fuel From Thin Air
PS: You can always just click on my face on the left-hand-side of any of these pieces to bring you back to my homepage. I have lots more planned for next month too… including another trip down the Crossrail tunnels! Thanks, as always, for your support.