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  • Anthropology of caesarean section birth and breastfeeding : rationale for evolutionary medicine on the postnatal ward.

    Investigating biology and behaviour in the context of evolution enables the public, scientists and medical professionals to better understand the impact of particular medical care on human physiology and emotions. Evolutionary medicine is a useful starting point because recognition of the possible mismatches between an individual’s predisposition to interact a certain way and the environment in which he or she is found can lead to practical improvements. Human parturition and postnatal care a...

    A design analysis of vertical stabilisers for Blended Wing Body aircraft.

    Blended Wing Body (BWB) aircraft are a relatively new concept offering advantages of aerodynamic performance and fuel economy. In BWB aircraft design, directional stability has been identified as one aspect that remains under-researched. This paper presents a design analysis of vertical stabilisers on a BWB aircraft to determine their suitability and effects on stability. Founded on an existing model [1], a baseline BWB aircraft model has been developed with vertical stabilisers designed usin...

    The longest path problem has a polynomial solution on interval graphs.

    The longest path problem is the problem of finding a path of maximum length in a graph. Polynomial solutions for this problem are known only for small classes of graphs, while it is NP-hard on general graphs, as it is a generalization of the Hamiltonian path problem. Motivated by the work of Uehara and Uno (Proc. of the 15th Annual International Symp. on Algorithms and Computation (ISAAC), LNCS, vol. 3341, pp. 871–883, 2004), where they left the longest path problem open for the class of inte...

    Hair follicle dermal cells repopulate the mouse haematopoietic system.

    Skin and hair follicle stem cell biology is the focus of increasing interest, not least because the adult hair follicle has well defined dermal and epithelial populations that display distinct developmental properties. Recent evidence suggests that a number of adult cell populations have much broader stem cell capabilities than previously thought. To examine whether this applied to the hair follicle, and with a view to developing the follicle as a stem cell model system we investigated whethe...

    Survey of commercially available condition monitoring systems for wind turbines.

    As wind energy assumes greater importance in remote and offshore locations, effective and reliable condition monitoring techniques are required. Failure rate and downtime studies have also highlighted a need for condition monitoring of particular wind turbine drive train components. This survey discusses the reliability of wind turbines and different monitoring configurations currently in use. The document contains a survey of commercially available condition monitoring systems for wind turbi...
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