Dang and team studied how people spend time on green roofs. They report that their research focused on a green roof space in Sydney, Australia which included “a garden, a concrete open space and a raised grass area amounting to 1,200 m2, [that] is above parts of the university’s library and classrooms, and is easily accessible by staff, students, and members of the public. . . . users, most commonly, relaxed or socialised on the green roof, with exercise a far less frequent activity.
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Recent research elevates our understanding of olfactory experiences. A project lead by Hörberg and published in Cognitive Science established that “Most languages lack a specialized vocabulary to describe smell experiences. People instead use words from other domains, such as ‘heavy’, ‘good’ or ‘fruity’, when talking about smells. But which words are really used and how do they relate to each other? This has been answered for English by researchers at Stockholm University. . .
Anyone who is familiar with Ulrich’s work in the 1980’s won’t be surprised by a study presented at the 2022 Scientific Forum of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Clinical Congress.
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