Work on a state-of-the-art "intelligent" building in Newcastle is nearing completion.
The Urban Sciences Building, part of a £350 million redevelopment project, is scheduled to be finished in August 2017.
The building on Science Central will be the new home for the University’s School of Computing Science and its 1,395 staff and students.
It is the second of the University’s buildings to be completed on the site following the opening of The Key building in 2015.
The building will pioneer new materials, engineering and digital infrastructure technology to create a "living laboratory" which will improve future understanding of sustainability and efficiency.
It will form part of the Science Central development, built on the former site of the Newcastle Breweries.
It will be home to Newcastle University's School of Computer Science, as well as housing the National Centre for Energy Systems Integration, National Innovation Centres for Ageing and Data, UK Clinical integrated infrastructure labs and urban observatory.
The £350m urban regeneration project is the largest of its kind in the UK.
Here is a break down of how much is being spent on each part of the project.
Professor John Fitzgerald is leading the Urban Sciences Building project: