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Fishing or fish farming: The conflict between a Crown grant of salmon fishings in the sea and other Crown rights in the sea in Scotland (2019)
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Agnew, C., Appleby, T., Bean, E., & Bunwaree, P. (2019). Fishing or fish farming: The conflict between a Crown grant of salmon fishings in the sea and other Crown rights in the sea in Scotland. Environmental Law and Management, 31(5), 193-203

There is a rising concern over the impact of aquaculture, particularly salmon farming, on the aquatic environment. Two Scottish parliamentary investigations have revealed concerns over the environmental impacts of the industry, particularly with rega... Read More about Fishing or fish farming: The conflict between a Crown grant of salmon fishings in the sea and other Crown rights in the sea in Scotland.

Sensitive data discovery in care pathways using Business Process Modelling and HL7-CDA (2019)
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Essefi, I., Rahmouni, H. B., & Ladeb, M. F. (2019). Sensitive data discovery in care pathways using Business Process Modelling and HL7-CDA. International Journal on Advances in Life Sciences, 11(2), 56-67

Medical data communication is an important process enabling collaboration between healthcare professionals. The use of patient Electronic Health Record (EHR) ensures an enhanced continuity of care since it provides a centralized patient information a... Read More about Sensitive data discovery in care pathways using Business Process Modelling and HL7-CDA.

Relationship between alcohol hangover and physical endurance performance: Walking the Samaria Gorge (2019)
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Verster, J. C., Anogeianaki, A., Kruisselbrink, D., Alford, C., & Stock, A. K. (2020). Relationship between alcohol hangover and physical endurance performance: Walking the Samaria Gorge. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 9(1), https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm9010114

Alcohol hangover is a potentially debilitating state. Several studies have demonstrated that it does not seem to impair strength or short-term endurance, but its effects on continuous exercise performance/long-term endurance have never been investiga... Read More about Relationship between alcohol hangover and physical endurance performance: Walking the Samaria Gorge.

Regulator communication and market confidence in difficult times: lessons from the great financial crisis (2019)
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Gower, P., Meier, F., & Shutes, K. (2019). Regulator communication and market confidence in difficult times: lessons from the great financial crisis. Eurasian Journal of Economics and Finance, 7(4), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.15604/ejef.2019.07.04.001

Communication with financial markets is an important task carried out by financial market supervisory bodies. In times of crisis, this can contribute to spreading confidence and calming markets. In light of the 10th anniversary of the last financial... Read More about Regulator communication and market confidence in difficult times: lessons from the great financial crisis.

The European Union's response to the CBRN terrorist threat: A multiple streams approach (2019)
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Kaunert, C., & Léonard, S. (2019). The European Union's response to the CBRN terrorist threat: A multiple streams approach. Politique européenne, 65(3), 148-177. https://doi.org/10.3917/poeu.065.0148

This article examines how the European Union (EU) has sought to address the threat of CBRN terrorism using Kingdon's Multiple Streams Framework. It demonstrates that the EU has significantly developed its response to the CBRN terrorist threat, but th... Read More about The European Union's response to the CBRN terrorist threat: A multiple streams approach.

Fetlar (2019)
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Coates, R. (2019). Fetlar. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 13, 37-54

This article rehearses the history of attempts to account for the name of the island of Fetlar in Shetland. It is concluded that explaining it as pre-Celtic is beset with philological difficulties, and that it is probably, after all, Scandinavian, th... Read More about Fetlar.

Clinically Actionable Insights into Initial and Matched Recurrent Glioblastomas to Inform Novel Treatment Approaches (2019)
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Ellis, H. P., McInerney, C. E., Schrimpf, D., Sahm, F., Stupnikov, A., Wadsley, M., …Kurian, K. M. (2019). Clinically Actionable Insights into Initial and Matched Recurrent Glioblastomas to Inform Novel Treatment Approaches. Journal of Oncology, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1155/2019/4878547

© 2019 H. P. Ellis et al. Glioblastoma is the most common primary adult brain tumour, and despite optimal treatment, the median survival is 12-15 months. Patients with matched recurrent glioblastomas were investigated to try to find actionable mutati... Read More about Clinically Actionable Insights into Initial and Matched Recurrent Glioblastomas to Inform Novel Treatment Approaches.

Books of the future (2019)
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Bodman, S. (in press). Books of the future. z.B. [zum Beispiel] [zum Buch] / [for example] [about books], autumn 2019,

Artists’ books have built and aligned their status according to the value of the printed book, so will arrive at their fate in parallel. If digital reading is going to be the majority method of the future, then how will physical books survive? And w... Read More about Books of the future.

Vedanta, a long awaited landmark in extra-territorial tort litigation against parent companies: Reflections on jurisdiction (2019)
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Blanco, E. (2019). Vedanta, a long awaited landmark in extra-territorial tort litigation against parent companies: Reflections on jurisdiction

On 10 April 2019 the much awaited decision of the British Supreme Court on whether the case of 1826 Zambian villagers against Vedanta Resources Plc (“Vedanta”), a British mining company and Konkola Copper Mines (“KCM”), its subsidiary could proceed i... Read More about Vedanta, a long awaited landmark in extra-territorial tort litigation against parent companies: Reflections on jurisdiction.

The analysis of tool wear mechanisms in the machining of pre-sintered zirconia dental crowns (2019)
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Irvine, D., Goh, M., Dailami, F., & Matthews, J. (2019). The analysis of tool wear mechanisms in the machining of pre-sintered zirconia dental crowns. Procedia Manufacturing, 38, 1026-1033. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.promfg.2020.01.188

The growth of Digital Dentistry has opened new potentials in the dental restoration sector where personalised restorations could be made in a much shorter time than before. Zirconia has been widely used due to its excellent wear properties and bio-co... Read More about The analysis of tool wear mechanisms in the machining of pre-sintered zirconia dental crowns.

Aluminium Induced DNA-damage and Oxidative Stress in Cultures of the Marine Sponge Hymeniacidon perlevis (2019)
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Akpiri, R. U., Hodges, N. J., & Konya, R. S. (2020). Aluminium Induced DNA-damage and Oxidative Stress in Cultures of the Marine Sponge Hymeniacidon perlevis. Journal of Marine Science, 2(1), https://doi.org/10.30564/jms.v2i1.1070

Aluminium is the most abundant element in the earth crust, and has no known biological function. However, it is an established neurotoxicant in its trivalent oxidation state, with exposure resulting in neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s dise... Read More about Aluminium Induced DNA-damage and Oxidative Stress in Cultures of the Marine Sponge Hymeniacidon perlevis.

An in vitro collagen perfusion wound biofilm model; with applications for antimicrobial studies and microbial metabolomics (2019)
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Slade, E. A., Thorn, R. M. S., Young, A., & Reynolds, D. M. (2019). An in vitro collagen perfusion wound biofilm model; with applications for antimicrobial studies and microbial metabolomics. BMC Microbiology, 19(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12866-019-1682-5

Background The majority of in vitro studies of medically relevant biofilms involve the development of biofilm on an inanimate solid surface. However, infection in vivo consists of biofilm growth on, or suspended within, the semi-solid matrix of the... Read More about An in vitro collagen perfusion wound biofilm model; with applications for antimicrobial studies and microbial metabolomics.

Well-posedness of semilinear heat equations in L1 (2019)
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Laister, R., & Sierżęga, M. (2020). Well-posedness of semilinear heat equations in L1. Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincare (C) Non Linear Analysis, 37(3), 709-725. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anihpc.2019.12.001

The problem of obtaining necessary and sufficient conditions for local existence of non-negative solutions in Lebesgue spaces for semilinear heat equations having monotonically increasing source term f has only recently been resolved (Laister et al.... Read More about Well-posedness of semilinear heat equations in L1.

To saturate or not to saturate? Questioning data saturation as a useful concept for thematic analysis and sample-size rationales (2019)
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Clarke, V., & Braun, V. (2021). To saturate or not to saturate? Questioning data saturation as a useful concept for thematic analysis and sample-size rationales. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 13(2), 201-216. https://doi.org/10.1080/2159676X.2019.1704846

The concept of data saturation, defined as ‘information redundancy’ or the point at which no new themes or codes ‘emerge’ from data, is widely referenced in thematic analysis (TA) research in sport and exercise, and beyond. Several researchers have s... Read More about To saturate or not to saturate? Questioning data saturation as a useful concept for thematic analysis and sample-size rationales.

Understanding tradition: Marital name change in Britain and Norway (2019)
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Duncan, S., Ellingsæter, A. L., & Carter, J. (2020). Understanding tradition: Marital name change in Britain and Norway. Sociological Research Online, 25(3), 438-455. https://doi.org/10.1177/1360780419892637

Marital surname change is a striking example of the survival of tradition. A practice emerging from patriarchal history has become embedded in an age of detraditionalisation and women’s emancipation. Is the tradition of women’s marital name change ju... Read More about Understanding tradition: Marital name change in Britain and Norway.

Navigating the graduate labour market: the impact of social class on student understandings of graduate careers and the graduate labour market (2019)
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Burke, C., Scurry, T., & Blenkinsopp, J. (2020). Navigating the graduate labour market: the impact of social class on student understandings of graduate careers and the graduate labour market. Studies in Higher Education, 45(8), 1711-1722. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2019.1702014

Significant expansions in higher education over the last few decades have raised concerns about an over-supply of graduates in the labour market, such that a degree no longer seamlessly translates into a graduate career or occupation, with the increa... Read More about Navigating the graduate labour market: the impact of social class on student understandings of graduate careers and the graduate labour market.