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CSIC was delighted to welcome partners and researchers to an in-person Partner Party that also marked the end of a series of events celebrating 10 years of CSIC.

The late summer party, which was held at Homerton College, Cambridge, on 21 September 2021, was attended by a number of representatives from partner organisations and CSIC researchers, who prepared a range of posters and demonstrations presenting their latest research projects.

Professor Lord Robert Mair, Founding Head of CSIC, welcomed guests and thanked partners for their important contribution to the success of CSIC. Dr Jennifer Schooling, Director of CSIC, also addressed attendees thanking both researchers and partners for their work and commitment that has enabled CSIC to advance the smart infrastructure agenda to address critical challenges of our time: “We very much hope you will continue working with us over the next 10 years to develop cutting-edge research and innovative solutions which truly set our industry on the road to managing and delivering a built environment which is zero carbon, resource efficient and resilient – and operates in harmony with the natural environment on which we all depend.”   

 

Posters and demonstrations included:

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