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Abacus QA

9 November, 2015 3:25 pm By Katherine Vaughan-Williams

Stand: Roughly two billion years ago, when single-cell organisms were the Earth’s only inhabitants, a bacterium found its way into another cell. It may have helped the cell use oxygen — newly abundant in the atmosphere and toxic to most primordial life — to convert food into energy. In any case, the two cells evolved together, becoming the cells that make up all complex life-forms, and the bacterium retained its own DNA. This is the DNA in mitochondria, which use oxygen to turn food ...

ARB

ARB gives final warning to repeat offender Subscription

12 February, 2016 5:36 pm By Colin Marrs

An architect has been issued with a final warning after the Architects Registration Board (ARB) found him guilty of unacceptable professional conduct (UPC) for the second time in less than two years

IAN MARTIN

From austerity to moresteritySubscription

12 February, 2016 12:00 pm By

Ian Martin witnesses a sinister, winged briefing

Adjaye heads to Rome’s American AcademySubscription

12 February, 2016 10:35 am By

David Adjaye will take up a residency at the American Academy in Rome this spring

Hurlingham Club by Theis and Khan

Theis and Khan scoops Hurlingham Club jobSubscription

12 February, 2016 10:33 am By

Theis and Khan has won the job to redesign the west wing of the exclusive Hurlingham Club in south west London

Blossom Street/North Folgate scheme for British Land by AHMM et al - rejected July 2015

Big names line up to attack contentious Norton Folgate plansSubscription

12 February, 2016 10:30 am By

A group of figures from the arts,including playwright Alan Bennett, have joined conservation campaigners in calling for a planning inquiry into controversial plans for the redevelopment at Norton Folgate.

Piercy & Co's plans for Camden Lock Market

Piercy & Co's plans for Camden Lock Market approvedSubscription

12 February, 2016 9:25 am By

Piercy & Company has won planning permission to open up, extend and refurbish the famous Camden Lock Market in north London.

Azadi Tower

Azadi Tower: 'The perfect metaphor for Iran's cultural paradoxes'Subscription

12 February, 2016 8:48 am By Flora Neville

Tehran’s Azadi Tower, built in 1971 under the Shah, has established itself as one of the city’s most signficant landmarks

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Abacus QA

9 November, 2015 By Katherine Vaughan-Williams

Stand: Roughly two billion years ago, when single-cell organisms were the Earth’s only inhabitants, a bacterium found its way into another cell. It may have helped the cell use oxygen — newly abundant in the atmosphere and toxic to most primordial life — to convert food into energy. In any case, the two cells evolved together, becoming the cells that make up all complex life-forms, and the bacterium retained its own DNA. This is the DNA in mitochondria, which use oxygen to turn food ...

ARB

ARB gives final warning to repeat offender Subscription

12 February, 2016 By Colin Marrs

An architect has been issued with a final warning after the Architects Registration Board (ARB) found him guilty of unacceptable professional conduct (UPC) for the second time in less than two years

IAN MARTIN

From austerity to moresteritySubscription

12 February, 2016 By

Ian Martin witnesses a sinister, winged briefing

Adjaye heads to Rome’s American AcademySubscription

12 February, 2016 By

David Adjaye will take up a residency at the American Academy in Rome this spring

Hurlingham Club by Theis and Khan

Theis and Khan scoops Hurlingham Club jobSubscription

12 February, 2016 By

Theis and Khan has won the job to redesign the west wing of the exclusive Hurlingham Club in south west London

Blossom Street/North Folgate scheme for British Land by AHMM et al - rejected July 2015

Big names line up to attack contentious Norton Folgate plansSubscription

12 February, 2016 By

A group of figures from the arts,including playwright Alan Bennett, have joined conservation campaigners in calling for a planning inquiry into controversial plans for the redevelopment at Norton Folgate.

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Abacus QA

9 November, 2015 By Katherine Vaughan-Williams

Stand: Roughly two billion years ago, when single-cell organisms were the Earth’s only inhabitants, a bacterium found its way into another cell. It may have helped the cell use oxygen — newly abundant in the atmosphere and toxic to most primordial life — to convert food into energy. In any case, the two cells evolved together, becoming the cells that make up all complex life-forms, and the bacterium retained its own DNA. This is the DNA in mitochondria, which use oxygen to turn food ...

ARB

ARB gives final warning to repeat offender Subscription

12 February, 2016 By Colin Marrs

An architect has been issued with a final warning after the Architects Registration Board (ARB) found him guilty of unacceptable professional conduct (UPC) for the second time in less than two years

IAN MARTIN

From austerity to moresteritySubscription

12 February, 2016 By

Ian Martin witnesses a sinister, winged briefing

Adjaye heads to Rome’s American AcademySubscription

12 February, 2016 By

David Adjaye will take up a residency at the American Academy in Rome this spring

Hurlingham Club by Theis and Khan

Theis and Khan scoops Hurlingham Club jobSubscription

12 February, 2016 By

Theis and Khan has won the job to redesign the west wing of the exclusive Hurlingham Club in south west London

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