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  • The forensic analysis of soil by FTIR with multivariate analysis

    Gonzalez-Rodriguez, Jose; Baron, Mark; Croxton, Ruth; Gonzalez Cano, Rafael; Atherton, Thomas; Jimenez Perez, Rebeca (2010)
    Soil has been utilised in criminal investigations for some time because of its prevalence and transferability. It is usually the physical characteristics that are studied, however the research carried out here aims to make use of the chemical profile of soil samples. It is thought that the land type a soil sample comes from can lead to a particular chemical profile being present, which may make it possible to identify which land type a sample of evidential soil may have come from such as w...

    A combined transient hygrothermal and population model of house dust mites in beds

    Pretlove, Stephen; Ridley, Ian; Horwood, Jane; Leung, Brian; Cox, Phil; Thomson, D.; Baker, Nick; Crowther, David; Oreszczyn, Tadj (2001)
    This paper describes a current multi-disciplinary UK funded research project aimed at developing a hygrothermal model of house dust mite response to environmental conditions. The project involves the development of a transient hygrothermal bed model, which has been tested and validated by comparing its predictions with the environmental conditions measured in a bed in a test laboratory and in beds in dwellings. A dust mite population model is currently being developed and is being tested by c...

    Approaches to capturing the financial cost of family care-giving within a palliative care context: a systematic review

    Gardiner, C.; Brereton, L.; Frey, R.; Wilkinson-Meyers, L.; Gott, M. (2016)
    The economic burden faced by family caregivers of people at the end of life is well recognised. Financial burden has a significant impact on the provision of family care-giving in the community setting, but has seen limited research attention. A systematic review with realist review synthesis and thematic analysis was undertaken to identify literature relating to the financial costs and impact of family care-giving at the end of life. This paper reports findings relating to previously develop...

    Liveness: Phelan, Auslander, and after

    Meyer-Dinkgräfe, Daniel (2015)
    Live-cast and recorded theatre (LCRT) such as NT Live has expanded rapidly into a major industry since its launch in 2009. In academic terms, this development has been discussed predominantly in the context of audience demographics. The development merits, however, a reassessment of the liveness debate launched with the seminal contributions by Peggy Phelan’s 1993 book Unmarked: The Politics of Performance and Philip Auslander’s 1999 study Liveness: Performance in a Mediatized Culture. There...

    A health needs assessment of offenders on probation caseloads in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire - report of a pilot study

    Brooker, Charlie; Fox, Clare; Barrett, Paul; Syson-Nibbs, Linda (2008)
    This study was commissioned by the Care Services Improvement Partnership (CSIP) in the East Midlands to investigate the health needs of a sample group offenders managed by The Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Probation Services.
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