The Cornell Intypes (Interior Archetypes) Research and Training Project is working to systematize the way people talk about interior design.
The Biomimicry Institute, founded by Janine Benyus, has created a new website assessable by the general public, asknature.org.
Researchers affiliated with the Center for Health Design present a valuable methodology that can be used by “agents of cultural change” and facility designers to coordinate their activities.
Need a picture of a certain type of office?
Wolfram Alpha is clear about their objectives.
Designers are often asked to assess the financial value of their efforts.
Researchers at the University of Buffalo have developed software that can be used to design roads so that they are less likely to be covered with snow drifts and to position snow fences to keep drifts away from existing roads.
TAES (Towards An Excellent Service) “is a free diagnostic tool that allows an organization to define for itself how it is performing against a model of best [park] management practice.
US Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED points can be awarded for the creation of “healthful, comfortable, and productive workplaces,” i.e., those that are ergonomically strong.
Scientists have developed a pioneering tool that can be used to predict and determine the intensity of light pollution.