- “Thus, in fact, appear the methods of a Science of Cities…..” Patrick Geddes (1915) Cities in Evolution
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A science of cities is rooted in networks that deliver energy and information to the components that make up a functioning urban system. This one page guide takes you to the key sites, people, books, papers, data and software associated … Continue reading
As cities get bigger, their capacity to innovate (hence their wealth) appears to scale super-linearly (with their size). But the idea that ‘big cities’ have ‘big brains’ and are smarter, is problematic as is their scaling and allometry. Read Changizi … Continue reading