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Onboard Evolution of Understandable Swarm Behaviors (2019)
Journal Article
Jones, S., Winfield, A. F., Hauert, S., & Studley, M. (2019). Onboard Evolution of Understandable Swarm Behaviors. Advanced Science, 1(6), https://doi.org/10.1002/aisy.201900031

Designing the individual robot rules that give rise to desired emergent swarm behaviors is difficult. The common method of running evolutionary algorithms off‐line to automatically discover controllers in simulation suffers from two disadvantages: th... Read More about Onboard Evolution of Understandable Swarm Behaviors.

Vicious or virtuous circles? Exploring the vulnerability of drivers to break low urban speed limits (2016)
Journal Article
Tapp, A., Nancarrow, C., Davis, A., & Jones, S. (2016). Vicious or virtuous circles? Exploring the vulnerability of drivers to break low urban speed limits. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 91, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2016.06.007

Levels of support for 20mph limits in Great Britain are consistently high. However, these positive attitudes are not translating into similarly positive behaviour changes in terms of complying with these new speed limits. Recent research from the aut... Read More about Vicious or virtuous circles? Exploring the vulnerability of drivers to break low urban speed limits.

Great Britain adults’ opinions on cycling: Implications for policy (2016)
Journal Article
Tapp, A., Davis, A., Nancarrow, C., & Jones, S. (in press). Great Britain adults’ opinions on cycling: Implications for policy. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 89, 14-28. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2016.05.001

In its neglect of cycling, the transport policy history of Great Britain is typical of many car-dependent societies. Policy inertia with respect to sustainable travel may be driven by the assumptions that, firstly, most households have access to the... Read More about Great Britain adults’ opinions on cycling: Implications for policy.

Mobile GPGPU acceleration of embodied robot simulation (2015)
Journal Article
Winfield, A., Jones, S., Studley, M., & Winfield, A. F. (2015). Mobile GPGPU acceleration of embodied robot simulation. Communications in Computer and Information Science, 519, 97-109. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-18084-7_8

© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015. It is desirable for a robot to be able to run on-board simulations of itself in a model of the world to evaluate action consequences and test new controller solutions, but simulation is computatio... Read More about Mobile GPGPU acceleration of embodied robot simulation.

Segmentation strategies for strengthening sun protection behaviours within the UK (2013)
Book Chapter
Jones, S., Eagle, L., Kemp, G., Scammel, K., & Hion, S. (2013). Segmentation strategies for strengthening sun protection behaviours within the UK. In S. Hion, S. Jones, G. Kemp, K. Scammel, & L. Eagle (Eds.), Social Marketing, 180-183. Pearson Education Limited

Case study within the Social Marketing text book

National skin cancer campaigns (2010)
Other
Eagle, L., Jones, S., Kemp, G., Hiom, S., Naumann, L., & Cerny, C. (2010). National skin cancer campaigns

Social marketing innovation (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Eagle, L., Jones, S., & Bird, S. (2009, June). Social marketing innovation. Presented at NHS Innovations Conference

Lysophospholipid metabolism facilitates Toll-like receptor 4 membrane translocation to regulate the inflammatory response (2008)
Journal Article
Jackson, S. K., Abate, W., Parton, J., Jones, S., & Harwood, J. L. (2008). Lysophospholipid metabolism facilitates Toll-like receptor 4 membrane translocation to regulate the inflammatory response. Journal of Leukocyte Biology, 84(1), 86-92. https://doi.org/10.1189/jlb.0907601

Sepsis, an overwhelming inflammatory response to infection, is a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide and has no specific therapy. Phospholipid metabolites, such as lysophospholipids, have been shown to regulate inflammatory responses in... Read More about Lysophospholipid metabolism facilitates Toll-like receptor 4 membrane translocation to regulate the inflammatory response.


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