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  • Mastitis Management: A Training Handbook for Extension Workers 

    Suarez-Martinez, Jeimmy; Christian, Mike; Vance, Ciara (2019-11)
    Mastitis is a complex multifactorial disease affecting many farmers in low-income countries. Early detection of mastitis and good management practices are necessary to tackle the disease in the short and long term. Even ...
  • Understanding and engaging the public on climate change 

    Mulholland, Ciaran; Pollok, Maggie; Townend, Ruth; Black, Carolyn; Gray, Emily (Ipsos MORI, 2020-08)
    This report was commissioned by ClimateXChange for the Scottish Government as part of developing a new Public Engagement Strategy for climate change. At the core of this work is the need to understand public attitudes to ...
  • Populist communication and strategic behaviour on Twitter 

    Darius, Philipp David (The University of Edinburgh, 2018-11-27)
    Background While earlier studies on the German right-wing populist party AfD on Twitter have noted a very high frequency of the party’s hashtag use, there is a lack of understanding if this expresses support or opposition ...
  • Tentamen physiologicum inaugurale, de concoctione ciborum 

    Dillon, Thomas (The University of Edinburgh, 1821)
    The boundaries between nature animals and plants placing the alimentary canal us The highest support. Zoophytes that bond to set up a connection between the two, it seems, endowed with a simple cavity, in which Absorption ...
  • Modelling the psychophysics of eye movements in a large corpus of binocular reading behaviours 

    Bao, Jun (The University of Edinburgh, 2020-06-25)
    The position and shape of the pupil entrance of the eye plays a central role in video-based eye-tracking. As a result, any unexpected translation and deformation of the pupil image on camera may introduce systematic ...

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