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  • Article English OPEN
    Campbell, M; Ballas, D;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Regional scientists have increasingly been playing a very important role in the\ud development and application of spatial microsimulation models for policy analysis. It has long\ud been argued that spatial microsimulation modelling has enormous potential for the evaluat...
  • Article English OPEN
    Metherell, A.J.; Ward, M.D.;
    (2016)
    Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
    Retrosynthetic analysis of a [M16L24]32+ coordination cage shows how it can be assembled rationally, in a stepwise manner, using a combination of kinetically inert and kinetically labile components. Combination of the components of fac-[Ru(Lph)3](PF6)2, Cd(BF4)2 and Lna...
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    Millard, C.J.;
    Publisher: Manchester University Press
  • Article English OPEN
    Hendy, Jessica; Welker, Frido; Demarchi, Beatrice; Speller, Camilla Filomena; Warinner, Christina; Collins, Matthew James;
    (2018)
    Palaeoproteomics is an emerging neologism used to describe the application of mass spectrometry-based approaches to the study of ancient proteomes. As with palaeogenomics (the study of ancient DNA), it intersects evolutionary biology, archaeology and anthropology, with ...
  • Article English OPEN
    Smith, L.A.; Tumilty, E.; Foster Page, L.; Thomson, W.M.; Gibson, B.J.;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
    Research on children’s rights in oral health care is lacking, and this study aims to partially fill this gap. In 2015, we conducted research in one region of New Zealand using video methods to explore the rights of 22 children during a specific oral health treatment, th...
  • Article English OPEN
    Webber, J.;
    (2002)
    Publisher: Routledge
    Hubert Dreyfus argues that the traditional and currently dominant conception of an action, as an event\ud initiated or governed by a mental representation of a possible state of affairs that the agent is trying to realise, is\ud inadequate. If Dreyfus is right, then we ...
  • Article English OPEN
    Li, X; Gadzinsky, A; Gong, L; Tong, H; Calderon, V; Li, Y; Kitamura, D; Klein, U; Langdon, WY; Hou, F; Zou, Y-R; Gu, H;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Elsevier (Cell Press)
    Selective expansion of high-affinity antigen-specific B cells in germinal centers (GCs) is a key event in antibody affinity maturation. GC B cells with improved affinity can either continue affinity-driven selection or exit the GC to differentiate into plasma cells (PCs...
  • Article English OPEN
    Robles-Kelly, A; Hancock, E R;
    (2004)
    In this paper, we explore how graph-spectral methods can be used to develop a new shape-from-shading algorithm. We characterize the field of surface normals using a weight matrix whose elements are computed from the sectional curvature between different image locations ...
  • Article English OPEN
    Suckling, Martin Charles;
    (2018)
    Rădulescu is often marginalised in discussion of the early spectral composers in contrast to the Parisian 'mainstream' of (in particular) Murail and Grisey. Furthermore, his music and thought are often placed as a somewhat 'mystical' antithesis to that of Grisey. Howeve...
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    Dawson, DA; Hunt, A; Shaw, J; Gehrels, WR;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Elsevier
    Traditional methods of investment appraisal have been criticized in the context of climate change adaptation. Economic assessment of adaptation options needs to explicitly incorporate the uncertainty of future climate conditions and should recognise that uncertainties m...
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