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Investigation of the Dynamic Interaction between the Human Body and Car Seat Using a Unique Simulation Technique
Mondal, P. 2020. Investigation of the Dynamic Interaction between the Human Body and Car Seat Using a Unique Simulation Technique. PhD Thesis University Of East London School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering
Optimizing server refresh cycles: The case for circular economy with an aging Moore’s Law
Bashroush, R., Rteil, N., Kenny, R. and Wynne, A. 2020. Optimizing server refresh cycles: The case for circular economy with an aging Moore’s Law. IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Computing. https://doi.org/10.1109/TSUSC.2020.3035234
Protein modification by bis-alkylation
Picken, C., Awwad, S., Zloh, M., Khalili, H. and Brocchini, S. 2020. Protein modification by bis-alkylation. in: Pasut, G. and Zalipsky, S. (ed.) Polymer-Protein Conjugates: From PEGylation and Beyond Elsevier. pp. 351-385
Acceptability and feasibility of early identification of mental health difficulties in primary schools: a qualitative exploration of UK school staff and parents’ perceptions
Childs-Fegredo, J., Burn, A-M., Duschinsky, R., Humphrey, A., Ford, T., Jones, P. B. and Howarth, E. 2020. Acceptability and feasibility of early identification of mental health difficulties in primary schools: a qualitative exploration of UK school staff and parents’ perceptions. School Mental Health.
Dual acting therapeutic proteins for intraocular use
Khalili, H., Collins, M., Awwad, S., Ibeanu, N., Khaw, P. T., Guiliano, D. and Brocchini, S. 2020. Dual acting therapeutic proteins for intraocular use. Drug Discovery Today.