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ReferenceAH/T008199/1Funding AgencyUnited Kingdom Research and InnovationEffective Date2020-03-31Expiration Date2024-03-31Funding Amount$2,195,096
Archives are sites of negotiation about visions of the future. Decisions of what is to be collected, accessed or preserved tend to privilege certain narratives over others. It is about whose story will continue to be told and how, and whose silenced. These questions are acute in moments of post-conflict, displacement and reconstruction. Our Network depends on linking expertise from contexts where these issues are paramount: in Lebanon, Tanzania, Ghana, South Africa, and if possible Syria. The…
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ReferenceEP/T014032/1Funding AgencyUnited Kingdom Research and InnovationEffective Date2020-03-31Expiration Date2023-03-30Funding Amount$491,445
The march of technological progress has given us devices that are ever smaller and more complex: today's smart phones for example are almost unrecognizable in their size and their range of functions from the models of 25 years ago. This progress has taken us to the point where devices must now be understood in terms of the quantum behaviour of their constituent particles, a new frontier in technology that furthermore will lead to completely new applications. However, building fully quantum m…
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ReferenceBB/T011777/1Funding AgencyUnited Kingdom Research and InnovationEffective Date2020-03-31Expiration Date2021-04-29Funding Amount$174,048
Some viruses called 'phages' have developed, over millions of years, strategies to invade bacteria in which they multiply and kill them from inside. We can use and develop similar strategies in the laboratory to find new ways to kill bacteria. This is important because the rapid emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance has evolved into a major healthcare threat. However, the development of new phage-inspired therapies depends on our understanding of how phages interact with bacteria. …
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ReferenceAH/T007842/1Funding AgencyUnited Kingdom Research and InnovationEffective Date2020-03-31Expiration Date2024-03-31Funding Amount$2,156,399
The Education, Justice and Memory (EdJAM) network comes together in order to contribute towards Sustainable Development Goal 4, which aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and to promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. A crucial part of SDG4 is its target 4.7, which specifies the kinds of skills, knowledge and attitudes that education should develop in all learners and includes knowledge and skills to promote a culture of peace and non-violence. Current approaches …
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ID31855760Published Date2020-04-01JournalChemosphere, 2020-04-01, Volume 245
Oil spills of varying magnitude occur every year, each presenting a unique challenge to the local ecosystem. The complex, changeable nature of oil makes standardised risk assessment difficult. Our review of the state of science regarding oil's unique complexity; biological impact of oil spills and use of rapid assessment tools, including commercial toxicity kits and bioassays, allows us to explore the current issues preventing effective, rapid risk assessment of oils. We found that despite th…
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IDDOI:10.1115/1.4045455Published Date2020-04-01JournalJournal of Vibration and Acoustics, 2020-04-01, Volume 142
Abstract The electromagnetic coupling effect can generate electromagnetic damping to suppress disturbance, which can be utilized for vibration serviceability control in civil engineering structures. An electrodynamic actuator is used as a passive electromagnetic damper (EMD). Ideally, the EMD is assumed to be attached between the ground and the structure. The kinetic energy of the vibrating structure can be converted to electrical energy to activate the electromagnetic damping. To induce appr…
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ID32007629Published Date2020-04-01JournalNitric oxide : biology and chemistry, 2020-04-01, Volume 97
Nitric oxide (NO) is rapidly oxidised in humans to nitrite and nitrate, with nitrate being present in much greater abundance. These oxidation products can be recycled back into nitric oxide via a complex entero-salivary pathway, thus preserving NO activity. Approximately 65% of circulating nitrate is excreted in the urine in 48 h, with the excretory pathway of the remainder unknown. The effect of declining renal function on nitrate clearance is unknown METHODS: Forty five subjects, 21 M, 24F,…
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ID32002573Published Date2020-04-01JournalDiabetologia, 2020-04-01, Volume 63
It is well established that physical activity, abdominal ectopic fat and glycaemic regulation are related but the underlying structure of these relationships is unclear. The previously proposed twin-cycle hypothesis (TC) provides a mechanistic basis for impairment in glycaemic control through the interactions of substrate availability, substrate metabolism and abdominal ectopic fat accumulation. Here, we hypothesise that the effect of physical activity in glucose regulation is mediated by the…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0013916518800798Published Date2020-04-01JournalEnvironment and Behavior, 2020-04-01, Volume 52
We investigated the effects of recreational exposure to the natural environment on mood and psychophysiological responses to stress. We hypothesized that walking in nature has restorative effects over and above the effects of exposure to nature scenes (viewing nature on TV) or physical exercise alone (walking on a treadmill in a gym) and that these effects are greater when participants were expected to be more stressed. Healthy university students ( N = 90) were randomly allocated to one of t…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1046496419865325Published Date2020-04-01JournalSmall Group Research, 2020-04-01, Volume 51
Researchers have suggested that some personality traits are associated with better team functioning when team members are homogeneous, whereas other personality traits improve team functioning when team members are heterogeneous. This article extends these ideas to team innovation and examines (a) how team variance in extraversion, agreeableness, openness, and conscientiousness relates to innovation in teams; and (b) how these relationships dynamically evolve over time. Our study included 704…
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