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For this reason, BIRD, the Board of International Research in Design for the eponymous design research book series published by Birkhäuser, has developed and set up the New Experimental Research in Design/NERD conference.

The conference will provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of an impressive and diverse range of new intelligent and experimental approaches in design research.

After the church had been allocated to the Protestants in 1539 there were no Catholics living in Northeim for several decades.

The first catholic church to be built after the reformation was Saint Mary's Church outside of the historic town centre which was founded at the end of the 19th century.

The railway station, five factories and 18 houses were completely destroyed and 80 houses were damaged.

Fortunately the historic centre did not suffer severe bomb damage.

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