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Book concerning airmen of WW1 (2)

Morris Alan
The book concerns the exploits of airmen of WW1 and includes Frank Smith on these pages.

The Beaurevoir-Fronsomme line

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Viewed from Joncourt Church Cemetery. The ridge forms the Beaurevoir-Fronsomme line attacked by the 2nd Manchesters on October 1st 1918. The attack came from the right hand side of the valley. It was the successful attack on these machine gun emplacements that won Owen his military cross.

Memories of Thomas Atkinson (1913-2002) (2)

Atkinson Thomas
Although my father was born in 1913 he still had some memories relating to the First World War from when he was living as boy in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. These include family tragedies, the sighting of a German airship over Newcastle, the War's effects on the city of Newcastle, and his father's experience of the War.

Cancer Research and Management ACGT Master Ontology

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The intention of the ACGT Master Ontology (MO) is to represent the domain of cancer research and management in a computationally tractable manner. Until this entry is claimed, more information on this project can be found at http://bioportal.bioontology.org/ontologies/1130. If you work on the project responsible for "Cancer Research and Management ACGT Master Ontology" then please consider helping us by claiming this record and updating it appropriately.

In Parenthesis (Part VII) early manuscript draft

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Early manuscript draft of Part VII of 'In Parenthesis' (about the attack on Mametz Wood during the Battle of the Somme, July 1916).

Blank pages

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
From a red notebook inscribed 'Pte Gurney / 2/5 Gloucesters', used by Gurney, principally at Rouen, during May-June 1917 and containing various notes and drafts of poems.

FASTA Sequence Format

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FASTA format is a text-based format for representing either nucleotide sequences or peptide sequences, in which nucleotides or amino acids are represented using single-letter codes. The format also allows for sequence names and comments to precede the sequences.

Letters from United Confectionery Co. Ltd. to Sergeant R. W. Redhead (1)

United Confectionery Co. Ltd.
Two typewritten letters from United Confectionery Co. Ltd. (signed by A. J. Chapman) to Sergeant Ralph William Redhead (sic), sent when he was in hospital recovering from being wounded in the arm. The second letter is a copy of an earlier missive which was enclosed with the first. The letters mention tins of acid drops which the company is sending to Redhead's battalion, and the second letter promises to send him one in hospital. Part...

Photograph of sister and nephews carried by Albert Reed (2)

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Glyn Austin, was born on 18th January 1916 having been conceived while his father was recuperating from wounds in 1915, having been sent home to Neath Hospital near Swansea. He never met his father, and never knew what had happened to him, except that he had been "lost in France". My father's mother Caroline Austin was left with Glyn, aged 2, and Freddie, aged 5, who was later killed by the Mumbles Train on 3rd...

Photo of Miss Humphreys M.A., belonging to Walter Powell (2)

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Signed by Miss Humphreys on the back, "Easter 1917". Walter Powell notes on the back of another photo submitted to this collection "She used to write to so many of the boys in the forces - [she] died very young". Part of a collection relating to Walter H. Powell, Llandrindod Wells, (private / driver M2-267205 Mechanised Transport Army Service Corps). Born 1898, Walter tried to join up under-age on a number of occasions, finally succeeding...

Fast and low loss flexoelectro-optic liquid crystal phase modulator with a chiral nematic reflector

Xiuze Wang, Julian A. J. Fells, Wing C. Yip, Taimoor Ali, Jia-De Lin, Chris Welch, Georg H. Mehl, Martin J. Booth, Timothy D. Wilkinson, Stephen M. Morris & Steve J. Elston

Poems

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Shot down twice. The first behind the French lines, 2nd behind the German. POW with poor food; his group upon being released were warned not to eat too much as their stomaches had shrunk. One person disobeyed and died.

Letter from Sgt W. G. Bastin, Dublin Fusiliers

Bastin William G
This is a letter from Sergeant William Bastin to his sister Mabel - written from a French farmhouse in May 1918. He was in the 9th Royal Dublin Fusiliers and was commended for gallant conduct and devotion to duty for action between 1st - 16th August 1917. He is also mentioned in a later dispatch from Field Marshall Haig on 16th March 1919 as then being in the 7th Batallion of the Royal Irish Regiment....

Letter Home (8)

Unknown
Sadly page 18 is missing and it appears some latter pages are to.

Letter from Lord Lucan to Leonard Green's Parents

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
This letter, signed by the Earl of Lucan on behalf of the British Red Cross and Order of St John (Dept. for wounded and missing) contains an eye-witness account of Pte. Green's death by machine-gun fire at "Tretry" (probably "Tertry" which is on the Somme-Peronne front), and was received by his parents very shortly after the letter acknowledging that he was a P o W. Editor's Comment: Pte. 316448 Leonard E. Green, 1/5th Bn. Northumberland...

War Diary: May 1st.

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Describes receiving two telegrams, one detailing Victor Richardson's blindness / possibility of Vera Brittain returning home to care for him / the death of Geoffrey Thurlow / imagining his death / quotes from Rupert Brooke's 'Safety' and 'IV. The Dead'.

Bioconductor

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Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development.

Diary, R. W. Taylor, Army Cyclists Corps (36)

Taylor RW
R. W. Taylor (b. 5th Dec 1895). Enlisted 24/1/1914 in Middx (Service) Bn (Public Schools Bn). Transfer to Army Cyclists Corps 27/7/1915. 33rd Div Cycle Corps, Cpl on 28/10/1916, transfer to Machine Gun Corps (Heavy) later to become Tank Corps. Made 2/Lt 30/1/1918, demobbed 20/2/1919.

Photograph of Clifford Powell with German spikeed helmet

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Photo of Clifford Powell wearing a spiked German helmet. There is another photo in the collection of Percy Bufton, home on leave, wearing the same helmet. Arthur Clifford 'Cliff' Powell was the eldest son of W.J. and Clara Powell, and older brother of Walter Powell. Their brother Percy died of his wounds in 1917. According to Walter Powell's notes Cliff had "served over 3 years at Ypres" in three regiments Herefords, Monmouth's, Somerset Light Infantry,...

In Parenthesis (Part VII) early manuscript draft

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Early manuscript draft of Part VII of 'In Parenthesis' (about the attack on Mametz Wood during the Battle of the Somme, July 1916).

Letters to daughter (5)

Maud Augustus
Sgt Augustus Maud, Suffolk Regiment.

3D histology reconstruction with external blockface reference. Full mouse heart, 600 sections

Ramón Casero, Urszula Siedlecka, Elizabeth S. Jones, Lena Gruscheski, T. Alexander Quinn & Peter Kohl
This is the reconstruction presented in the (Casero et al. 2017) paper that introduced the Transformation Diffusion Reconstruction method. R. Casero, U. Siedlecka, M. Gibb, J.E. Schneider, P. Kohl, V. Grau. "Transformation Diffusion Reconstruction of Three-Dimensional Histology Volumes from Two-Dimensional Image Stacks". Medical Image Analysis, 2017.

The Triumph

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Manuscript of poem in ink in Siegfried Sassoon's hand. This is a clean draft without corrections. Included in a notebook containing manuscript drafts and clippings of various poems later published in 'Counter-Attack and Other Poems' (1918), some with notes in Sassoon's hand explaining additional places of publication.

Magazine: 'The War Illustrated', Vol. 4, No. 104 (17)

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Complete edition of 'The War Illustrated' from August 12th, 1916.

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