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(Wellcome Open Research (pending), 2021)Extended data for BronchStart Study Protocol
(The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)In recent years, enzymes, and their uses as biocatalysts for synthetic organic chemistry, have been positively disrupting the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. With the development of the third wave of biocatalysis ...
(The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)Screening Domesticity explores the mediatisation of domestic space over the past century through four exploratory case studies – the Villa Müller (Adolf Loos, 1930), the Maison de Verre (Pierre Chareau, 1932), Case Study ...
Examination of the community food environment and the drivers affecting and impacting obesogenicity in a deprived urban neighbourhood in Scotland (The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)Introduction: The condition of obesity has been classified as a pandemic , given that it is negatively impacted health in almost every country in the world (1). Scotland has one of the worst obesity records in the world ...
Beyond food security: a political ecology of postcolonial foodways and 'good' food in urban Zimbabwe (The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)This thesis looks at the foodways of urban Zimbabweans in their daily lives. Foodways encompass the social, cultural and economic meanings, practices and processes in the production, sourcing, preparation and consumption ...