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Challenges and Frugal Remedies for Lowering Facility Based Neonatal Mortality and Morbidity: A Comparative Study

Amadi, HO; Osibogun, AO; Eyinade, O; Kawuwa, MB; Uwakwem, AC; Ibekwe, MU; Alabi, P; Ezeaka, C; Eleshin, DG; Ibadin, MO (2014)
05.09.14 KB. OK to add published version to spiral, OA paper Millennium development goal target on infant mortality (MDG4) by 2015 would not be realised in some low-resource countries. This was in part due to unsustainable high-tech ideas that have been poorly executed. Prudent but high impact techniques could have been synthesised in these countries. A collaborative outreach was initiated to devise frugal measures that could reduce neonatal deaths in Nigeria. Prevailing issues of concern ...

Modelling and behaviour of cylindrical shell structures with helical features

Sadowski, AJ; Rotter, JM (2014)
23.06.14 KB. Ok to add accepted version, Elsevier says ok while mandate not enforced.

CCS from industrial sources

Fennell, PS; Florin, N; Napp, T; Hills, T (2012)
31.01.14 KB. Ok to add published version to spiral, OA paper

From passive tool holders to microsurgeons: safer, smaller, smarter surgical robots

Bergeles, C; Yang, G-Z (2014)
16.04.14 KB. Ok to add accepted version to spiral, IEEE policy

Investigating stable chest pain of suspected cardiac origin

O'Regan, DP; Harden, SP; Cook, SA (2013)
21.08.13 KB. Ok to add published version to Spiral, BMJ OA journal.

Optimisation of simulated team training through the application of learning theories: a debate for a conceptual framework

Stocker, M; Burmester, M; Allen, M (2014)
19/01/15 OA paper, Ok to add. Background: As a conceptual review, this paper will debate relevant learning theories to inform the development, design and delivery of an effective educational programme for simulated team training relevant to health professionals. Discussion. Kolbs experiential learning theory is used as the main conceptual framework to define the sequence of activities. Deweys theory of reflective thought and action, Jarvis modification of Kolbs learning cycle and Sch?ns re...

Reactive Adsorption of Ammonia on Cu-Based MOF/Graphene Composites

Petit, C; Mendoza, B; Bandosz, TJ (2010)
New composites based on HKUST-1 and graphene layers are tested for ammonia adsorption at room temperature in both dry and moist conditions. The materials are characterized by X-ray diffraction, FT-IR spectroscopy, adsorption of nitrogen, and thermal analyses. Unlike other MOF/GO composites reported in previous studies, these materials are water-stable. Ammonia adsorption capacities on the composites are higher than the ones calculated for the physical mixture of components, suggesting the pre...

Collective electromagnetic emission from molecular layers on metal nanostructures mediated by surface plasmons

Giannini, V; S?nchez-Gil, J; Garc?a-Ramos, J; M?ndez, E (2007)
Collective electromagnetic processes stemming from molecular emission close to complex nanostructured metal surfaces pumped at and/or near surface-plasmon resonances are theoretically investigated. A classical electrodynamics model is used to describe macroscopically the surface molecular layer emission. Generalized Fresnel coefficients are analytically obtained for planar surfaces, indeed predicting collective quenching for redshifted emission at given angles. The model is introduced into a ...

An Experimental Study of WSN Power Efficiency: MICAz Networks with XMesh

This is an investigation of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) using Memsic’s XMesh routing protocol on MICAz wireless motes. It focuses on the study of the practical aspects of WSNs’ power efficiency and network characteristics, which play a critical role in real-word WSN deployments for environmental monitoring. Based on an experimental study and following a quantitative approach, this work examines XMesh’s high power and low power operation modes and the data transmission intervals, among oth...

Coping with Open Innovation: Responding to the Challenges of External Engagement in R&D

Salter, A; Criscuolo, P; Ter Wal, ALJ (2014)
11/03/14 meb.Publisher PDF version OK to add.