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In which Cat Zero arrives on the scene; plus some other literary shenanigans

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It’s nearly showtime: my third lab lit novel Cat Zero is about to be published! After a several-month delay due to issues of US distribution, I am pleased to confirm an official publication date of Tuesday 5 June!

Yes, that’s next Tuesday! Just today, as I was working from home on various academic tasks, the postman rang the doorbell and delivered a few boxes of books hot off the presses:

Cats in a box – no relation to Schrödinger’s

Set in present-day England, Cat Zero relates the tale of female virologist (Artie) who has to join forces with sexist mathematician (Simon) to solve a mysterious cat plague that might be more sinister than it first appears. The novel is a light-hearted thriller/whodunnit/romance/drama set firmly in the lab lit genre, jam-packed with scientists doing their science as an integral part of the plot. In fact, it’s probably the most science-y of all of my books.

My only frustration with what has otherwise been a painless process of editing and production is UK Amazon, which hasn’t responded to requests to upload the correct, current information about the book. So don’t be put off by that £18.50 price tag: the paperback price should be £9.99 (and Kindle is £3.99). The US Amazon site has the correct information.

Completely coincidentally, the publication date nicely coincides with several other geeky/sciencey/literary events I’m involved with in the coming fortnight, all of which are in London.

PubSci

On Wednesday 6th June I will be speaking at London’s PubSci – seven years after being the guest speaker at their launch event. This time I’ll be delivering a new talk I’ve just started airing: Boffins, Beards, and B-Movies: An illustrated story of science stereotypes from Socrates to Sci-fi. Packed with examples and film clips, it’s a fun exploration of the portrayal of scientists in fiction, with a more serious message about how those stereotypes can actually impair the ability of scientists to be effective messengers about all the important and crucial work that science does for humanity.

Join us upstairs at the Old King’s Head, near London Bridge station. Doors open at 6pm for a 7pm start and as usual the event is free, but there will be a whip-round to cover costs.

Fiction Lab 10th Anniversary

This month marks ten years since the launch of Fiction Lab at the Royal Institution, the world’s first monthly book group dedicated to lab lit fiction. It’s been a real pleasure presiding over this group for a decade. To celebrate, we’re throwing a special informal public event in the Ri Library on 11th June to discuss the relationship between science and literature over drinks (cash bar).

Joining me on the panel will be award-winning author Philip Ball, novelist and astrophysicist Pippa Goldschmidt and novelist and astronomer Stuart Clark, all of whom have been featured guests of honour at Fiction Lab over the years. In addition, we are pleased to welcome on the panel Stephen McGann, an actor, author and science communicator who’s currently starring as Dr Turner in the BBC hit series Call The Midwife.

Starting at 7 PM, this event is free to attend, although spaces are limited, and you can reserve your place here.

Waterstone’s Event

I’ll be one of the panellists in this 13th June event at Waterstone’s on Tottenham Court Road. From their blurb: Virtual Futures presents a panel discussion, and a series of short-story readings, on using near-future fiction to foster transformative conversations between scientists and other audiences. By imagining possible futures, near-future fiction has the capacity to seize on the science and technology currently researched in laboratory environments and take it just far enough that it can provoke audiences to think on impending potential implications for society. How can science fiction be used to create a self-reflexive capacity in scientists? How can fiction help communicate scientific research to the wider public? How can encounters between the arts, humanities, social sciences, and hard sciences and engineering be fostered?

As part of the underpinning project, three authors (not me) interacted with scientists at King’s College London and incorporated their work into short stories – a great idea.

The event starts at 6 PM for a 6.30 start – tickets can be purchased here for £6.

I’ll have books to sell and sign at all of these events, so please come along to one if you can and say hello!

Here’s what some people have said about the book already:

Cat Zero is that rare beast, a racy novel with a sound scientific background. Postdocs will love it. Ph.D.s will gasp. And the general reader will enjoy a smart romantic thriller in which an intelligent, independent and, yes, beautiful, researcher confronts her demons while fighting to succeed in a male-dominated world. Will she find love along the way? Read it to find out—I did, and loved it!”
— Simon Mawer, author of Man Booker Prize-shortlisted The Glass Room, and Trapeze, The Fall and Mendel’s Dwarf

“Absolutely gripping. A fast-paced story that opens the lid on the secret world of the laboratory and shows us what scientists are really like—as human and fallible as the rest of us.”
— Pippa Goldschmidt, author of The Falling Sky and The Need for Better Regulation of Outer Space

“A potent mix of science, thrills and romance… Fans of Michael Crichton will love it.”
— Mark Edwards, author of number-one bestsellers The Magpies and Because She Loves Me

“Within the stylish package of a pacy thriller, Jennifer Rohn gives us a glimpse of what it’s really like to work in a scientific laboratory: the academic rivalries and jealousies, the gender politics, the frustrations of painstaking experimental work and the excitement of new ideas and breakthroughs. For once in a science-based novel, everything here is plausible – which makes it all the more alarming, and all the more compelling.”
— Philip Ball, award-winning author of Critical Mass

“A mysterious outbreak of cat plague sends an intrepid virologist on a hunt to find the source of contagion in this gripping page-turner. Nobody writes about scientists quite like Jennifer Rohn, who captures not just the technical details of research, but also the complex humanity of the endeavor.”
—Jennifer Ouellette, Cocktail Physics

“Cat Zero weaves together the complicated, sometimes archaic, social hierarchies of researchers with the thrill of a new scientific discovery. But you don’t have to know anything about science to follow along with the mysteries in this book: Why are cats falling ill in Kent? What’s going on with Artie’s strange colleagues down the hall? And will she hook up with her postdoc—or should she stay away? At the end of the book, we have some answers. But like real scientific discovery, the end is just the start of a whole new set of possibilities.”
— Eva Amsen, Easternblot.net

“This book purrs. It does that thing that cats do, playing with their toy, gently poking at it, softly lobbing it in the air, then, eventually, lunging. I’d recommend it for those who like the interplay of scientific lives, permeated with motives and mys-tery.”
— Grant Jacobs, Code For Life

“Very human scientists go about their lives and work, seamlessly blending into a fascinating tapestry as they try to solve the scientific mystery of a disease plaguing a cat population, which spills over into the human population. I loved getting to know the main character, Artie, a female scientist who deals with all of the plusses and pitfalls of being a woman, a scientist and a woman-in-science. Her personality shines through in Jennifer Rohn’s work.”
— Joanne Manaster, Read Science

“[T]he final chapters are absolute emotional roller coasters. I could not put the book down. I had to know how it ended. But I am not telling. You will have to find out for yourself. I give it five purrs and two paws up.”
— Susan Johnston, Goodreads

Here’s a spotlight on me and the novel that my lovely publishers, Bitingduck Press, sponsored in Publisher’s Weekly.

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This Danish city is rebuilding itself out of recycled rubble

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I am fortunate enough to live in one of the greenest cities on the planet: Copenhagen. The 2014 European Green Capital is a city where four out of 10 people commute by bike. It has more than 390km of cycle lanes and has set itself the ambitious goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2025.

But now the city is moving to the next level of green transition by asking: what if you could recycle whole buildings?

Sustainable architects Lendager are wholesale devotees of the circular economy. Its flagship Resource Rows development began by asking a question: as Denmark’s population urbanizes at a clip – Copenhagen alone is expected to see a 15% population growth in the next 10 years – why are only people and not their buildings moving to cities?

Resource Rows in Copenhagen’s Ørestad district

Image: Lendager Group

Located in Copenhagen’s Ørestad district – a reclaimed wetlands that has become a showcase for urban design projects – Resource Rows uses walls from abandoned rural dwellings as part of facades, reducing carbon consumption by 70% but also providing a weathered character that sets the development apart from your average city new build. The buildings interact intelligently with nature, harvesting rainwater for toilet-flushing and irrigation, while green roofs and vertical gardens encourage biodiversity and enhance community. And that’s not all: in Resource Rows the company has recycled masses of waste concrete and kilometres of surplus wood produced during the expansion of the Copenhagen Metro which ordinarily would have been junked.

As a citizen of our capital, I am happy that my city is doing well and growing, but I am concerned about what is happening in the country as a whole. Mass relocation is a problem that affects rural areas across Denmark and, as people leave their country houses for lives in the city, the difficulty of reselling them means many are left abandoned, creating a blight of abandoned buildings.

Resource Rows uses walls from abandoned rural dwellings

Image: Lendager Group

I am more than happy, therefore, that Lendager has spotted this gap and has started to bridge it. While these buildings are nothing but waste in one location, impossible to maintain and too costly to haul down, they also contain materials of proven quality that are ready certified and non-toxic. Recycling them means Resource Rows is “Denmark’s first ever residential area built out of materials from abandoned homes”.

But the real feather in Lendager’s cap is possibly its Local Recycling Centre in the harbour district of Nordhavn. With its ingenious design – built from 90% upcycled materials – it reimagines your average, dreary, municipal recycling facility as a fun, instructive and social space, which makes the sorting of waste an intuitive and interactive process.

To drop off their recycling, visitors enter sections of the building constructed from the items they would like to deliver – the glass room handles glass, the plastic room handles plastic and so forth. At the middle of the circular facility is a swap shelf, where people can hand over items that are still functional or need only light repairs, and a space that can be used for lectures, workshops and flea markets. Through the building, you can see a real attempt to make recycling part of the city’s culture and conversation and not just part of its infrastructure.

Lendager aren’t the only Danish company seeing gold where others might see dirt. Cleantech firm Gamle Mursten, which literally translates as “old bricks”, takes a more hands-on and selective approach to recycling abandoned rural dwellings. The firm’s team of engineers retrieves old bricks from houses built before 1960 (sadly, the bricks from buildings made after 1960 cannot be reused because of the use of mortar and cement), before cleaning them by hand and machine using a patented technology and selling them to construction firms or using them to build homes, colleges and warehouses.

A famous example is the old Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen where most of the bricks have been retrieved and used in new buildings, giving the new building a history and a soul from the very beginning.

According to the company, “every time you replace a new brick with a reused brick, you save the environment 0.5kg of CO2”. But that isn’t the only benefit: by tearing down derelict buildings, these connoisseurs of waste clear a path for much-needed rural development.

Bricks cut from the old Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen

Image: Rasmus Hjortshøj/COAST Studio’

Meanwhile, despite the labour involved in cleaning the bricks, Gamle Mursten’s projects often cost less than they would if built from scratch. They also bring the brickwork’s history to life once more, as the new owners discover information about the old buildings that are now part of their homes.

Finally, Copenhagen has a restaurant with a similar appetite for change. Designed by Genbyg, Danish purveyor of upcycled building ware, the Nordic-themed Vaekst in the city’s old Latin quarter is centred around a remarkable indoor greenhouse constructed from reused materials – the ideal space to enjoy its vegetable-based menu.

The bar shelves were once file drawers in the National Museum of Denmark’s archives, while the counter consists of former factory floorboards and overhead lamps have been fashioned out of old milk containers. Most interestingly of all, the mahogany deployed throughout the restaurant had an eventful previous life as a grandstand at an athletics stadium in Lyngby.

So there we have it: Copenhagen, a city with architectural practices to cheer about. We are turning the city in to a model for the circular economy, with citizens leading the way, because it makes perfect sense environmentally, economically and for the people who live there.

Source

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/03/copenhagen-denmark-rebuilding-recycled-rubble

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Everyone know the weather is unpredictable. Even the day of, it seems like you can never depend on the forecast. It’s a bride’s worst nightmare, especially with an outdoor wedding. However, Kimberly and Kyle chose the Purple Iris at Hartwood Mansion as their venue and that makes all the worrying and panicking go away. The staff there is amazing in a place that is beyond beautiful and the possibilities for an indoor or outdoor wedding is a bride’s dream. So at the last minute when a thunderstorm started approaching, everyone was scrambling to get all the chairs inside and set up in their glass room. It almost looked like it had been there the whole time and everything just fell into place after that. By the time the ceremony was over, the unexpected thunderstorm had passed and we were able to all go outside for photos. With all the craziness of the day I couldn’t have asked for a better bride to handle it with. Kimberly is calm and gentle, sweet and down-to-earth. She didn’t let much get to her that day and she just went with the flow and had smiles all around. The rain stayed away for the rest of the day for them to have an amazing reception as well as the perfect sparkler sendoff to end their day! Congratulations to Kyle and Kimberly!


Venue: The Purple Iris at Hartwood Mansion

DJ: Greg Sanchez, GS Productions

Flowers: Winchester Floral

Cake: Mandy’s Cakes & Candy

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Is it a steakhouse? Hotel? Or is it a pub?

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I LOVE getting feedback from PubSpy readers, it’s always good to know what people think and most of the time folk have been really upbeat and positive.

I also get quite a few requests to visit particular boozers – I get the impression this is because punters think a particular pub is either an excellent watering hole or a complete pit. Middle of the road places tend to go unnoticed.

It was as a result of one such request that I found myself in Miller and Carter in the London Road in Patcham.

At first I wasn’t sure I’d got the right place as it’s really a steakhouse and I’m not sure it should count as a pub, it’s also a hotel.

But, it’s got a good-sized bar and I was assured they are as keen to welcome punters wanting a pint as they are diners seeking a steak.

It’s a big old lump of a place and has clearly been done up to look impressive – there’s something of a Harvester on steroids about it.

I headed straight for the bar and couldn’t help noticing the stairs creak more than anywhere else I’ve ever been. At first I thought I might need to lose a few pounds, but they creaked just as badly when every waitress walked down them too, whatever their weight.

Anyway, having made it to the bar, and in the absence of having my fancy tickled by anything else, I opted for a pint of gluten-free Estrella.

Perhaps it’s something they put in the drink, but within two sips I’d suddenly decided I needed a steak and ordered the 8oz fillet.

I was served by Lewis who informed me he normally works at the Lancing branch, but he and his team had been drafted in to cover for the usual lot as it was their Christmas party.

The Valentine balloons were still up so talk of festive fun seemed a bit strange but I suppose that’s the way it is in the trade – Christmas for the staff comes later than it does for the rest of us. Apparently they were off enjoying themselves at The Cricketers in Hove.

Lewis assured me they would be returning the favour in a few weeks’ time and his lot were due to set off to a Mexican in Worthing.

I sat back to enjoy my pint and wait for the food. I enjoyed my pint and waited for the food. I had another pint and enjoyed that and waited for the food.

After an hour and 15 minutes the food finally showed up. I assume they had a team covering in the kitchen too – perhaps they couldn’t find the pans?

Most of the place is painted olive green so I already knew it wasn’t going to be cheap, but 90 minutes is too long to wait.

It arrived with a compulsory wedge of lettuce, I’m not sure why, but the Stilton sauce it was smothered in was pleasant.

I noticed the waitresses had an elaborate electronic system of red flashing lights on the packs attached to their belts so they were in constant contact with the kitchen – I can therefore only assume a rare steak takes an hour to cook.

The food, when it arrived, was tasty enough, but a little like the decoration, it flattered to deceive.

I noticed a special glass room by the bar that seemed to contain what I can only assume were special bottles of wine. It all seems to be about the appearance.

Against my better judgement I decided to give them a second chance and went for a pudding. However, it took a full further 35 minutes to craft a brownie and get it to the table.

I know the staff were covering for their buddies to enjoy a Christmas knees-up, but this is too long to wait for your grub.

I have to be fair and say those standing in generally made a good effort, but by their own admission they were struggling to cope. I witnessed some great improvisation on the hotel check-in desk but it still left a couple of guys standing around with their cases for far too long.

The place has obviously undergone a fairly recent overhaul and looks well decorated.

For example, in the gents toilet there is a large round leather mirror and some great-smelling hand cream, but the table I was at hadn’t been wiped down after the last customer.

On the plus side there’s a stack of parking and plenty of free seating.

I’m still going to take some convincing this one should be considered a pub, rather than just a restaurant.

The drinks served by a super-efficient Lewis behind the bar arrived a great deal quicker than the food, which I can only assume was being created from scratch in the kitchen.

Source

http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/16043939.Is_it_a_steakhouse__Hotel__Or__is_it_a_pub_/

El Sónar+D viaja a las estrellas y pone a bailar a los aliens

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Carlos Sala.  Barcelona.

El mundo está cambiando, no hay duda, pero demasiado despacio. La lentitud es una carga, un vacío, una rémora y es insoportable. Nadie quiere ver la carrera de los cien metros lisos más lenta del mundo. Porqué mirar, entonces, al mundo cambiar tan poco a poco. Hay que acelerar los procesos o nos vamos a aburrir mucho. El Sónar es uno de esos motores que aceleran las cosas y provocan cambios, ideas, victorias. Este año cumple 25 años y su propuesta para su nueva edición es dibujar los próximos 25 años de música, arte y tecnología. Y su brazo ejecutor para conseguirlo es más poderoso que nunca.

El Sónar+D, el apartado profesional del festival, presentó ayer sus novedades con un gran reclamo, el Sónar Calling, un proyecto que ha enviado por primera vez al espacio las composiciones de 40 artistas del festival. En 12,5 años llegará a un exoplaneta potencialmente habitable, así que se espera que en 25 años llegue la respuesta de una presunta civilización extraterrestre. El Sónar mostrará las composiciones de diez segundos que se han comprimido para lanzarlos al espacio, así como una explicación de los procesos. «Todo el festival se apoya en el concepto de exploración, no sólo espacial, sino de todas las técnicas y fórmulas que definirán nuestra realidad en los próximos años», aseguró ayer Enric Pala, codirector del Sónar

El congreso cumple su sexta edición y volverá a extenderse cuatro días en su tradicional sede de Fira de Montjuïc. Entre los temas que volverán a centrar su programa está la exploración espacial, la realidad virtual, la realidad aumentada, el futuro de internet y cómo se complementarán las diferentes inteligencias en el futuro. «Queremos indagar en nuevos territorios temporales, espaciales y creativos y marcar el camino de los fundamentos en el que se apoyará la innovación y la tecnología», afirmó José Luis de Vicente, director del certamen.

Entre los conferenciantes destaca la presencia de Ryuichi Sakamoto y Alva Noto, dos innovadores musicales que trabajan juntos habitualmente, así como los artistas españoles Niño de Elche, Israel Galván, Refree e Isaki Lacuesta. Además, desde la NASA llegará Jon Jenkins, responsable de la misión Stepler. También visitará el Sónar Charles Lindsey, responsable de los artistas de Seti Air, asociaci´n que trabaja en la búsqueda de vida inteligente en el espacio.

Del resto de invitados destacan organizaciones como MIT Media Lab, Google Magenta, The Long Now Foundation, Mozilla o Bandcamp. También estarán en Sónar+D el estudio de Realidad Virtual Felix and Paul, el pionero en unir internet y música Ian Rogers, la diseñadora de experiencias Nelly Ben Hayoun, el artista de Realidad Aumentada Zach Lieberman y la ingeniera de sonido de Prince Susan Rogers, entre otros.

Entre las actividades destacadas de este año hay que nombrar la exposición «The Glass Room Experience», que descubre la cara oculta de la tecnología que usamos día a día. En el pabellón Mies van der Rohe la artista británica Mileece convertirá el espacio en una exploración sonora de la mano de «Sonic Earth», que invitará a los visitantes a inventar sonidos y sentirlos en el cuerpo. Por último, se instalará un nuevo espacio esférico de 19 metros de diámetro, donde se proyectarán estrenos de obras audiovisuales en 360 grados. En total, se abrirán más de 100 actividades, con 150 ponentes y cerca de 5.000 acreditados de 3.000 empresas provenientes de 65 países .

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UAE Portrait of a Nation: The palace builder of Abu Dhabi

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The biog

Family: a daughter in Egypt; a son in Dubai and his wife, Nabila

Favourite Abu Dhabi activity: walking near to Emirates Palace

Favourite building in Abu Dhabi: Emirates Palace

Maher Lamie Megallaaa is the palace builder of Abu Dhabi. The Egyptian architect has designed skyscrapers, majlises, mosques and cathedrals and “not less than 18 or 20” palaces.

At his office on the Corniche overlooking the Gulf, Mr Megallaaa flips through an old catalogue from his firm, Architectural & Engineering Consultants. Their palace projects take discreet names: “multi-storey villa”, “private resort”, “prestigious villa”.

“For my first ten years, most of my work was palaces,” said Mr Megallaa. “It was really difficult for me to do more than one palace for one person – every palace has to be completely different from another.”

His designs include palaces in the Seychelles and France, and the Sheikh Zayed Mosque in China, a gift from the Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation to the Muslim community in Ningxia, China. It holds 6,000 worshippers.

But his work will be most familiar to Abu Dhabi residents. He estimates that his company has designed about 30 buildings in the city– including the First Arab Bank headquarters, the Holiday Inn and the Twin Towers on Airport Road.

Mr Megallaa landed in the UAE during a construction boom in September 1977.

“At that time, Sheikh Zayed would give the local people two lands – one land for his house and one for the commercial building. From having nothing, everybody had [land].”

This meant everybody needed an architect. When Mr Megallaa arrived with a Lebanese consultancy, he saw what he calls a “salad” of influences.

“There were many architects from all over the world and everyone would do something to suit him.”

In 1982, he and his wife, Nabila, left their jobs to open their own firm. His wife was the accountant, secretary and financial manager. “We started with three persons: myself, my wife and one office boy. But it was very good to work together because I will never find a person who will help me and be honest with me other than my wife.”

The day the office opened on October 2, 1982, he received a call informing him that he had won a bid for his first project against several well-established consultants.

“When I came in for the first day, my wife said to me ‘what are you going to do? You don’t have any work’. But we received the first gift from God on the first day.”

Mr Megallaa was soon commissioned to design a palace for President Sheikh Khalifa’s mother, the late Sheikha Hessa bint Mohammed, in Al Ain.

Hospitality is the most important consideration when designing a palace, explains Mr Megallaa. It requires special attention to the majlis, a reception room where the sheikh receives guests and the public.

As the senior in the family, Sheikh Khalifa’s mother was in the unique position of hosting both men and women.

“Really, they told me she was like the mayor of Al Ain. She works with everybody and she deals with everybody – men and women.” To reflect her openness, he designed an open space with an eight-metre-tall glass room and an 85-metre Moroccan fountain.

“Of course, the size of the kitchen in these palaces – it’s like for a hotel. Really, you can say that this kitchen can serve, minimum, a hundred people.”

Then there are matters of discretion. Mr Megallaa recalls presenting a design to a regular client who noticed one thing was forgotten: the hairdressing room. “He will never go to a hairdresser,” said Mr Megallaa of the client. “They come to his palace. This place has to be very private.”

In 1984, when Mr Megallaa was asked to build a mosque in Al Ain, he had to seek permission from the Al Ain municipality because he was Christian.

“At that time, some of the local people didn’t believe that a Christian architect could design a mosque. The owner of the mosque went to the Ruler of Al Ain and told him that he would not work with any other architect.”

He has since completed nine mosques and seven churches, including the St Anthony Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Abu Dhabi where he is an active member.

At age 78, Mr Megallaa continues to work. Yet, of all his life’s work, he speaks with the greatest pride when he is on the topic of his daughter in Egypt and son Shadi, a DJ-turned-entrepreneur of a vinyl record store in Dubai focusing on electronic dance music, instead of following in his father’s footsteps.

Mr Megallaa prefers the classics of Umm Khalthoum and Abdel Halim Hafez to electronic dance music, but realises that his son is creating, just as he did.

“We went to Reem Island for his show once just to show we appreciated it.”

“All our friends say to him, ‘your father did a lot of work to have this [business] now’. But really I believe that no one will be successful if they don’t like their job. Sometimes I spend a very long time doing some new designs, just like Shadi.

Source

http://thenational.ae/uae/heritage/uae-portrait-of-a-nation-the-palace-builder-of-abu-dhabi-1.704857

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How to Design a Healthcare Facility Patients Actually Feel Comfortable In

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Find out how architects, builders, and interior designers can use glass room dividers to improve not only the look of healthcare facilities but also the level of care received.

You walk into your doctor’s office expecting great medical care. Then you open the front door, and a shudder goes through your body.

The waiting room is dark and crowded. The furniture is old. The carpets are worn. Magazines are scattered everywhere. You sit down in a stained chair and look up at the aging wallpaper that surrounds you. The examining room is even gloomier. It’s cramped. It’s hot. It’s anything but comfortable.

You were nervous when you arrived. By the time the doctor shows up, you’re on edge.

How Design Impacts Health

When it comes to interior design, many healthcare facilities leave a lot of room for improvement. It’s not just about aesthetics, either. It’s about making patients comfortable, convincing them that their providers are competent, and reassuring them that their conversations are private.

The look and feel of a health clinic, hospital, or doctor’s office may even influence the quality of healthcare.1 How patients feel in a particular space could determine whether they feel comfortable sharing sensitive information, trusting a doctor’s recommendation, or returning for a follow-up visit.

Poor lighting and bad design not only stress some patients; these issues also increase the chances of medical error—dispensing the wrong medications, misreading charts and prescriptions, and performing basic medical procedures.2 On the flipside, a bright and airy space can put patients at ease, facilitate open conversation, and help them stay upbeat after a difficult consultation or procedure.

Patients aren’t the only ones affected. Design also impacts healthcare workers. According to a number of studies, the physical environment influences how well employees perform and how safe they are. In other words, doctors, nurses, and medical assistants need well-designed spaces in order to perform their best work, and patients need that in order to stay healthy.

Glass Room Dividers: Improving Healthcare Design

Glass room dividers can improve the design of healthcare facilities by:

  • Protecting patient privacy: Opaque or semi-opaque glass provides the kind of robust privacy protection that patients need, while still allowing enough light to pass from space to space. Floor-to-ceiling glass room dividers also make it harder for private conversations to be overheard in the next room.
  • Ensuring accountability. Clear glass room dividers offer maximum visibility, so nurses can keep an eye on patients, and hospital or clinic managers can keep track of patient-staff interactions.
  • Improving air flow. If temperature control and energy efficiency are more important than privacy and noise control, then a partial room divider that doesn’t extend to the ceiling offers the perfect solution.

Are you a builder, interior designer, or CEO? Do you need help designing or redesigning your next healthcare facility? Download the Space Plus commercial catalog to see more solutions for today’s hospitals, clinics, and doctor’s offices.

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The Spice Chronicles: Black Pepper

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Felix is not the kind of restaurant where you can easily get a reservation, but I refresh the webpage at just the right moment and snag a coveted 5:30 p.m. slot. We arrive on Abbot Kinney in Venice a few minutes before the doors open, and there is already a cluster of hungry diners hoping to be seated. After ordering a cocktail at the bar, we give our name to the host and walk to our table. The dining room is sophisticated but comfortable, and my chair has a view straight to the climate-controlled, glass room where flour and water turn to pasta.

I study the menu and have read reviews beforehand, and although there’s always room to change one’s mind in the moment, I know what I want: the airy rosemary focaccia (noted for its stunningly simple beauty) and cacio e pepe, called the best pasta in 2017 by Bon Appetit. Each bite of tonnarelli delivers a burstof black pepper and vibrant cheese. The noodles are silky, and the sauce glossy.

Not knowing when we’d be able to return, I set out to recreate the meal in my own kitchen for a relaxing Sunday lunch. With an Italian translation of simply cheese and pepper, this recipe has a refreshingly short list of ingredients. But for all its simplicity, there are a few rules: pecorino romano, not parmesan. Pecorino is bolder, sharper, and more robust than its milder counterpart. Also, freshly cracked black pepper is essential. You need all of it, so get grinding. And don’t forget the pasta water. It helps emulsify the butter, pepper and cheese, making for a luxurious sauce coating every noodle.

RECIPE

Cacio e Pepe

Serves 4-6

Ingredients

  • Salt
  • 1 tablespoon freshly ground black pepper, plus more for garnish
  • 4 tablespoons (½ stick) unsalted butter
  • 1 pound spaghetti
  • 1 ½ cups finely grated pecorino romano
  • Excellent olive oil

Directions

Bring a large pot of water to boil and season generously with salt. While you wait for the water to boil, add black pepper to a small saucepan and toast over medium heat, just until fragrant (2 to 3 minutes). Add butter and a pinch of salt; swirl to melt, then remove from heat.

Boil pasta until al dente, between 7 and 8 minutes. Drain, reserving some pasta water, then pour spaghetti back into the pot. Add melted butter and pepper sauce, most of the cheese, ¼ teaspoon salt, and a splash of cooking water. Stir vigorously with tongs, adding more cooking water as needed so the sauce remains luscious and creamy. Add a portion to each bowl and finish with a dusting of remaining cheese, a few more cracks of black pepper, and a drizzle of oil.

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A Dane good time in Elk Horn, a town embracing it’s rich heritage

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We are probably all a little guilty for driving by a place or sign for a place and saying, “Someday, I’m going to stop there”. However, when does “someday” come? Sadly, for a lot of people, it’s never.
For me, one of those “signs” was for the Museum of Danish America, which is just on the outskirts of Elk Horn in Shelby County. Elk Horn and Kimballton, a small town just a few miles to the north, comprise Iowa’s Danish Villages. They are the two largest rural Danish settlements in America.

On a recent Saturday, after having lunch in Hamlin, visiting Albert the Bull in Audubon, and stopping to admire the Danish attractions in Kimballton, I decided that this was going to be my “someday” for visiting the Museum of Danish America.

As you roll into town, there are many signs directing you to where the Museum is.

I didn’t realize the national magnitude of this museum until I got here. There are three floors of outstanding exhibits.

There’s ample parking in a parking lot just to the south of building.

It is open all seven days of the week, but there are specific hours. It does cost $5 to get in for adults but it’s $2 for children under 18 and free if you are a member. There was a woman working at the main desk and she was quite friendly and helpful in explaining what was available to see.

Victor Borge is one of the greatest entertainers of the 20th Century and he happens to be a Danish immigrant to America. His grand piano is on display in the museum.

Elsewhere on the main floor is an area for kids (or, I guess adults too) to tinker around with LEGOs. LEGOs is perhaps one of the most famous Danish companies.

There is a Danish Immigrant Wall of Fame as well as a locally made quilt of era veterans who served in World War II.

Additionally, there was a little area showcasing local art.

Elsewhere, there were several showcases of other interesting artifacts, furniture, clothing, bicycles, and more.

The first floor also had an extensive gift shop which includes these pretty great shirts. I always love a good pun.

As you head upstairs, there was more gallery space which was presently focused on Danes in the military.

In the basement, they have a great timeline of Danish history as well as a gallery and artifact storage. The artifact storage is in a big glass room so you can still look in and see what else is in the museum that is not presently on display.

Those little “Troll” dolls are also Danish.

There is another small room that has art as well as space to show a presentation to a group.

Outside, there is an extensive grounds that includes a trail. If it were not so cold during my visit, I probably would have spent a little more time and taken it to see where it would lead. I guess I will have to come back another time.

This is worth stopping at. You can probably get through the whole museum in as little as a half hour or you could easily spend hours here. I would certainly add it to your itinerary for a future adventure.
However, the museum is just the start of the Dane good fun you can have in Elk Horn. I went into town to the visitor center, which is home to the only authentic working Danish windmill in America.

This authentic windmill was built in Denmark in 1848 and moved to the Iowa, in pieces, beginning in 1976. There is a lot of great information on it’s history on the website.

The town recently conducted a big ($200,000) capital campaign to do some renovation to the windmill and according to the very nice lady working in the gift shop, the blades will soon be re-attached.

The grounds also have several other elements to it, including this bust of Hans Christian Andersen, one of the greatest authors to ever live.

There’s also the Morning Star Chapel.

There is a house/cottage/shack that is supposed to show how Vikings lived.

There is a small replica of the Ebeltoft Village.

Inside the gift shop, it’s full of opportunities to buy some great souvenirs and find information on other great potential Iowa adventures.

In the parking lot I noticed some electric vehicle charging stations. I barely see those in urban areas of Iowa, let alone in rural Iowa.

Elsewhere in town, I spotted a cool building that ended up being an antique mall. I always love a good antique mall and Egg Krate did not disappoint. There was a wide array of antiques from collectibles and furniture to primitives and artwork.

I got a little chuckle out of this metal decoration.

I always love nice mission oak furniture.

Seeing an overhead projector and a car phone in an antique store made me realize the 1990’s are a lot longer ago than any of us might care to admit.

This was a fun visit and check out Egg Krate’s Facebook for more information.
Before departing town, I drove around a bit and took a few more photos. This mural on the side of a building, dedicated to veterans, was very nicely done.

I was hoping Coffee girl was open to grab a cup of coffee for the road, but I guess I’ll have to try them another time.

In the main street area of Elk Horn is also a place where you can do genealogy and ancestry research. I believe it is affiliated with the museum.

There is an enormous senior center built right in the heart of the downtown area.

With all of the Danish attractions going on, you can easily do a full day of activities. There are nice bed and breakfasts, restaurants, hotels, and more in the area so why not make it a Dane good weekend getaway?
As always, I welcome your suggestions of places to visit and profile in Shelby County or in any of the other 98 counties. Please drop me a note through my website and be sure to follow the Iowa Adventurer on Facebook.

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https://www.iowaadventurer.com/single-post/2018/02/15/A-Dane-good-time-in-Elk-Horn-a-town-embracing-its-rich-heritage