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(Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research, 2022-06-29)This work investigates the population’s likelihood to cycle and what factors predict whether an individual cycles to work or not.
(The University of Edinburgh, 2022-07-01)Emerging photovoltaics (PVs), such as dye-sensitised solar cells (DSSCs) and perovskite solar cells (PSCs), have attracted myriad attention in the PV field due to their attractive properties, especially suitable for niche ...
(The University of Edinburgh, 2022-07-01)INTRODUCTION: Globally, deaths due to non-communicable diseases are on the rise, with low- and middleincome countries (LMICs) particularly affected. Palliative care (PC) reduces pain and suffering for patients with ...
Development of novel imaging probes to investigate FPR1 and FPR2 mediated pathways in inflammation (The University of Edinburgh, 2022-07-01)The body is exposed to harmful stimuli, such as bacterial or cellular debris, on a daily basis. Inflammatory cells travelling to the site of damage are responsible in removing the harmful stimulus, a process known as a ...
Manifestation of human agency designing the hybrid guitar for the humanisation of digital composition and performance (The University of Edinburgh, 2022-07-01)This research presents an exploration of personalised humanised approaches to performing and controlling digital music, as well as encapsulating human presence and feel in digital musical performance tools. Specifically, ...