The health of our buildings as well as their decay is primarily connected to water

The aim of the UKCMB is the development of a moisture-safe built environment in the UK.

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Many substantial building problems (including health problems) are caused by excessive or insufficient moisture. And yet we have very little research in the UK on moisture in buildings, a lack of good guidance, and minimal public and industry understanding. The UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings has been set up to address these issues.

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You have a few weeks left to apply for the #PhD #studentship 'Data-driven climate change risk assessment for heritage in England' (deadline 15 May) which will be supervised by our Technical Director @VMarincioni - Find out more: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/heritage/news/2022/apr/ahrc-phd-studentship-data-driven-climate-change-risk-assessment-heritage-england

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New PhD studentship: Data-driven climate change risk assessment for heritage in England. Join our team to look at the risks posed by climate change to heritage in England. For further info: http://ow.ly/twPF50IGAvR

We have an exciting new AHRC PhD studentship opportunity 'Data-driven climate change risk assessment for heritage in England' which will be supervised by our Technical Director @VMarincioni - Find out more: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/heritage/news/2022/apr/ahrc-phd-studentship-data-driven-climate-change-risk-assessment-heritage-england #PhD #heritage #climatechange #studentship

Very happy to announce we will soon recruit 2 research associates for our new project "Resilient Responses To Protect Lung Health In Nunavik" funded by @Arctic_Office via http://shorturl.at/hjpN3 - watch this space! @EPICentreUCL @ukcmb
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