Items where Year is 2014
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ALLMARK, Peter, BHANBHRO, Sadiq and CHRISP, Tom (2014). An argument against the focus on Community Resilience in Public Health. BMC Public Health, 14, p. 62.
COLEMAN, Katie, MIAH, Emma, MORRIS, Gordon and MORRIS, Cecile (2014). Impact of health claims in prebiotic enriched breads on purchase intent, emotional response and product liking. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 65 (2), 164-171.
DAY, Rebecca E., KITCHEN, Philip, OWEN, David, BLAND, Charlotte, MARSHALL, Lindsay, CONNER, Alex C., BILL, Roslyn M. and CONNER, Matthew (2014). Human aquaporins: regulators of transcellular water flow. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - General Subjects, 1840 (5), 1492-1506.
HALL, Sheldon (2014). Pass the ammunition : a short etymology of “Blockbuster". In: ELLIOTT, Andrew B.R., (ed.) The Return of the Epic Film. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press. (In Press)
HARGREAVES, John and PRICE, Ilfryn (2014). Poor governance design: Its impact on transaction costs and value creation. In: EURAM 2014, Valencia, June 2014. (Submitted)
HOLDEN, Melanie A, HAYWOOD, Kirsty L, POTIA, Tanzila A, GEE, Melanie and MCLEAN, Sionnadh (2014). Recommendations for exercise adherence measures in musculoskeletal settings: a systematic review and consensus meeting (protocol). Systematic Reviews, 3 (10).
MCCAIG, Colin and HARRISON, Neil (2014). An ecological fallacy in higher education policy: the use, overuse and misuse of 'low participation neighbourhoods'. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 1-27. (In Press)
MCCARTHY, Penny (2014). Mirror: Time will darken paper, a picture essay examining mimesis through autographic practice as a way to transform our understanding of digital material. In: Memories of the Future, UCL, Chelsea School of Art and Institute of Modern Languages Research, 2-3 May 2014. (Submitted)
MCCARTHY, Penny (2014). Time will darken paper. New York, The Esopus Foundation. (Unpublished)
MORRIS, Cecile and CHIKWA, Gladson (2014). Screencasts: how effective are they and how do students engage with them? Active Learning in Higher Education, 15, 25-37.
NERANTZI, Chrissi and BECKINGHAM, Sue (2014). BYOD4L – Our Open Magical Box to Enhance Individuals’ Learning Ecologies. In: JACKSON, Norman and WILLIS, Jenny, (eds.) Lifewide Learning & Education in Universities and Colleges E-Book. UK, Lifewide Education.
PRICE, Ilfryn (2014). Organizational Darwinism and research methodology. In: EURAM 2014, Valencia, June 2014. (Submitted)
PROBST, Heidi, BRAGG, Christopher, DODWELL, David, GREEN, David and HART, John (2014). A systematic review of methods to immobilise breast tissue during adjuvant breast irradiation. Radiography, 20 (1), 70-81.
PRODANOVIC, Nikola, VUKMIROVIC, Nenad, INDJIN, Dragan, IKONIC, Zoran and HARRISON, Paul (2014). Importance of Polaronic Effects for Charge Transport in CdSe Quantum Dot Solids. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. (In Press)
RIDLEY-DUFF, Rory and BULL, Mike (2014). Entrepreneurship: Value-Added Ventures. In: Principles of Responsible Management. Boston, South Western College Publishing, 186-219. (In Press)
SIDDEQ, M. M. and RODRIGUES, M. A. (2014). A novel image compression algorithm for high resolution 3D reconstruction. 3D research, 5 (7), 17 pages.