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Five things to do today: 10 December

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Art jumping - London bus - Peter Wylie - CO2 in pictures - Barcelona biomedicine

Art jumping
'I am an avid Art Jumper. Sometimes, while visiting art museums and galleries, I am so excited by what I see that I have to jump for joy.'
So says Allison from Washington DC, United States, and her blog is a delight.

London bus
Remember the competition to design a new bus for London? Here's a slick-looking hybrid entry. 'At night, or during off-peak times of day, Frost envisages his Freight*BUS being utilised to carry goods around the city.'

Peter Wylie
A special exhibition runs from 2-5pm on Sunday 14th December 2008 in Flat 121 of an east London tower block, thanks to Bow Arts Trust and Poplar HARCA. You can admire both Peter Wylie's paintings of iconic East London social housing and the view fabulous views from the 21st floor of Balfron Tower, Goldfinger's pre-Trellick masterpiece in Poplar.

CO2 in pictures
'New figures published today confirm that China has overtaken the US as the largest emitter of CO2. Global C02 emissions totalled 29,195m tonnes in 2006 – up 2.4% on 2005.' And the Guardian has summed it all up in an easily-digestible interactive graphic.

Barcelona biomedicine
Images and plans from Barcelona Biomedical Research Park: total surface of more than 55,000 m2, located on Barcelona’s seafront between Hospital del Mar and Arts hotel in the Olympic Village.

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