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A visual history of the future

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A visual history of the future. / Dunn, Nick; Cureton, Paul; Pollastri, Serena.

London : Foresight Government office for Science, Department of Business Innovation and Skills, HMSO, Foresight land use futures, 2014. 142 p. (Foresight: Future of Cities).

Research output: Book/Report/ProceedingsCommissioned report

Harvard

Dunn, N, Cureton, P & Pollastri, S 2014, A visual history of the future. Foresight: Future of Cities, Foresight Government office for Science, Department of Business Innovation and Skills, HMSO, Foresight land use futures, London. <https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/future-cities-a-visual-history-of-the-future>

APA

Dunn, N., Cureton, P., & Pollastri, S. (2014). A visual history of the future. (Foresight: Future of Cities). Foresight Government office for Science, Department of Business Innovation and Skills, HMSO, Foresight land use futures. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/future-cities-a-visual-history-of-the-future

Vancouver

Dunn N, Cureton P, Pollastri S. A visual history of the future. London: Foresight Government office for Science, Department of Business Innovation and Skills, HMSO, Foresight land use futures, 2014. 142 p. (Foresight: Future of Cities).

Author

Dunn, Nick ; Cureton, Paul ; Pollastri, Serena. / A visual history of the future. London : Foresight Government office for Science, Department of Business Innovation and Skills, HMSO, Foresight land use futures, 2014. 142 p. (Foresight: Future of Cities).

Bibtex

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