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4AT11_pdf_Our Story_Oral Histories of Women from Turkey

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This is a transcription of one of the interviews we conducted for our project "Women's Media and Memory". In this project, we aim to record and archive women's memories in Turkey by conducting oral history interviews. In the light of this research, we want to look at feminist understanding of Turkey's history through women's narratives.

Please visit the project website for more information: https://www.bizimhikayemiz.org/

Supporting Information Files for Sodium doping of solution‐processed amine‐thiol based CIGS solar cells by thermal evaporation of NaCl

Sona Ulicna, Liam Welch, Ali Abbas, Mustafa Togay, Vincent Tsai, Tom Betts, Andrei Malkov, Michael Walls & Jake Bowers
Supporting Information files for Sodium doping of solution‐processed amine‐thiol based CIGS solar cells by thermal evaporation of NaCl
Poor crystallinity, high degree of porosity and rough surfaces are the main drawbacks of solution-processed CIGS absorbers resulting in lower power conversion efficiencies when compared to vacuum-based CIGS solar cells. Therefore, promoting absorber grain growth is key to further improve solution-based solar cell performance. The effect of alkali elements such as Na in CIGS absorbers is generally recognised...

Supplementary Information Files for Transmembrane transport of bicarbonate unravelled

Luis Martínez‐Crespo, Sarah Hewitt, Nicola Alessandro De Simone, Vladimír Šindelář, Anthony P. Davis, Stephen Butler & Hennie Valkenier
Supplementary Information Files for Transmembrane transport of bicarbonate unravelled
Anion receptors can be used to transport ions across lipid bilayers, which has potential for therapeutic applications. Synthetic bicarbonate transporters are of particular interest, as defects in transmembrane transport of bicarbonate are associated with various diseases. However, no convenient method exists to directly observe bicarbonate transport and study the mechanisms involved. Here, an assay is presented that allows the kinetics of bicarbonate transport into liposomes to be...

Cyclic deformation, fatigue crack initiation and crack growth in a nickel-based single-crystal superalloy

Lu Zhang
Single-crystal nickel-based superalloys are dominantly used for turbine blades due to their superior mechanical properties, fatigue and creep resistance at elevated temperature. Typically, gas turbines operate at high alternating load during engine start-up and shut-down, which subjects nickel-based superalloys to severe cyclic loads in harsh environments. For gas turbine blades, a large proportion of service life is spent in the initiation and growth of short fatigue cracks. Therefore, it is important to understand the mechanism...

4AT16_mp3_Our Story_Oral Histories of Women from Turkey

Aslı Takanay
This is an audio recording of one of the interviews we conducted for our project "Women's Media and Memory". In this project, we aim to record and archive women's memories in Turkey by conducting oral history interviews. In the light of this research, we want to look at feminist understanding of Turkey's history through women's narratives.
Please visit the project website for more information: https://www.bizimhikayemiz.org/

Supplementary Information Files for Body mapping of regional sweat distribution in young and older males

Nicole Coull, Anna West, Simon Hodder, Patrick Wheeler & George Havenith
Supplementary Information Files for Body mapping of regional sweat distribution in young and older males
Purpose Given the pressing impact of global warming and its detrimental effect on the health of older populations, understanding age-related changes in thermoregulatory function is essential. Age differences in regional sweat distribution have been observed previously, but given the typically small measurement areas assessed, the development of whole body sweat maps for older individuals is required. Therefore, this study investigated age-related...

Understanding how a blind or partially sighted runner runs around a 400m running track to improve independent running

Victor Jeganathan
Guide running is an activity where a blind or partially sighted (BPS) runner is assisted by a sighted guide who helps them move through an environment safely and efficiently at speed. This complex act has very little published research or supporting information on it and yet people are developing tools to aid the BPS community to run independently. This thesis aims to develop the foundation knowledge of guide running and the specifications for independent running...

Supplementary Information files for The influence of substrate type on macroinvertebrate assemblages within agricultural drainage ditches

KJ Gething, MC Ripley, Kate Mathers, RP Chadd & Paul Wood
Supplementary Information files for The influence of substrate type on macroinvertebrate assemblages within agricultural drainage ditches
Artificial drainage ditches are common features in lowland agricultural catchments that support a wide range of ecosystem services at the landscape scale. Current paradigms in river management suggest activities that increase habitat heterogeneity and complexity resulting in more diverse floral and faunal assemblages; however, it is not known if the same principles apply to artificial drainage ditch systems. We examined...

Supplementary Information Files for Conformational dependence of triplet energies in rotationally‐hindered N‐ and S‐heterocyclic dimers: new design and measurement rules for high triplet energy OLED host materials

Iain Wright, Andrew Danos, Stephanie Montanaro, Andrei S. Batsanov, Andrew P Monkman & Martin R. Bryce
Supplementary Information Files for Conformational dependence of triplet energies in rotationally‐hindered N‐ and S‐heterocyclic dimers: new design and measurement rules for high triplet energy OLED host materials
A series of four heterocyclic dimers has been synthesized, with twisted geometries imposed across the central linking bond by ortho‐alkoxy chains. These include two isomeric bicarbazoles, a bis(dibenzothiophene‐S,S‐dioxide) and a bis(thioxanthene‐S,S‐dioxide). Spectroscopic and electrochemical methods, supported by density functional theory, have given detailed insights into how para‐ vs. meta‐...

Supplementary Information files for The importance of cell culture parameter standardization: an assessment of the robustness of the 2102Ep reference cell line

James Kusena, Maryam Shariatzadeh, Adam Studd, Jenna Rebekah James, Rob Thomas & Sammy Wilson
Supplementary Information files for The importance of cell culture parameter standardization: an assessment of the robustness of the 2102Ep reference cell line
Reference cell lines are often used for quality assessment; however, their effectiveness can be encumbered by the lack of standardized culture protocols. This results in variation to a supposed standard reference, inherently causing variation in measurement and analysis of the cells of interest. This is problematic when reference marker stability and characteristics are affected...

Supplementary Information Files for Early childhood weight gain: latent patterns and body composition outcomes

Tom Norris, Liina Mansukoski, Mark S. Gilthorpe, Mark Hamer, Rebecca Hardy, Laura D. Howe, Leah Li, Ken K. Ong, George B. Ploubidis, Russell M. Viner & Will Johnson
Supplementary Information Files for Early childhood weight gain: latent patterns and body composition outcomes
Background: Despite early childhood weight gain being a key indicator of obesity risk, we do not have a good understanding of the different patterns that exist. Objectives: To identify and characterise distinct groups of children displaying similar early life weight trajectories. Methods: A growth mixture model captured heterogeneity in weight trajectories between 0-60 months in 1,390 children in the Avon Longitudinal Study...

Supplementary Information Files for The optimal use of management

Robin Sickles, Kai Sun & Thomas Triebs
Supplementary Information Files for The optimal use of management
We analyze the management input from the perspective of a shadow cost minimizing firm. With the help of Bloom and Van Reenen (2007)’s management measure we estimate management’s shadow price, dual Morishima elasticities of substitution, and relative price efficiencies vis-à-vis labor and capital. We find that the shadow price of management is about 1.3 million US dollars per survey scale point. Management is a weak dual complement...

Supplementary Information Files for Current trends in flow cytometry automated data analysis software

Melissa Cheung, Jonathan Campbell, Liam Whitby, Rob Thomas, Julian Braybrook & Jon Petzing
Supplementary Information Files for Current trends in flow cytometry automated data analysis software
Automated flow cytometry (FC) data analysis tools for cell population identification and characterisation are increasingly being used in academic, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and clinical laboratories. Development of these computational methods are designed to overcome reproducibility and process bottleneck issues in manual gating, however the take-up of these tools remains (anecdotally) low.Here, we performed a comprehensive literature survey of state-of-the-art computational tools typically published by...

Understanding empathic leadership in sport

Peter Sear
Understanding empathic leadership in sport

Supplementary Information Files for An advanced empirical model for quantifying the impact of heat and climate change on human physical work capacity

Josh Foster, James Smallcombe, Simon Hodder, Ollie Jay, Andreas Flouris, Lars Nybo & George Havenith
Supplementary Information Files for An advanced empirical model for quantifying the impact of heat and climate change on human physical work capacity
Occupational heat stress directly hampers physical work capacity (PWC), with large economic consequences for industries and regions vulnerable to global warming. Accurately quantifying PWC is essential for forecasting impacts of different climate change scenarios, but the current state of knowledge is limited, leading to potential underestimations in mild heat, and overestimations in extreme heat....

Supplementary Information files for Enhanced interfacial adhesion and mechanical performance of lightweight polyurethane foam reinforced with a low content of aligned magnetised short carbon fibres

Carmen Torres, M. Haghighi Abyaneh, Joseph Holt, Bradley Mee, Jing Wang & Paul Conway
Supplementary Information files for Enhanced interfacial adhesion and mechanical performance of lightweight polyurethane foam reinforced with a low content of aligned magnetised short carbon fibres
An increase in interfacial properties between the matrix, a polyurethane cellular foam, and the reinforcement, a short carbon fibre, led to improved mechanical properties of a light-weight composite. The carbon fibre surface modification was designed with two aims: to possess magnetic properties so the discontinuous fibres could be aligned on-demand during...

Supplementary Information files for Deliberating our frames: How members of multi-stakeholder initiatives use shared frames to tackle within-frame conflicts over sustainability issues

Angelika Zimmermann, Nora Albers & Jasper O Kenter
Supplementary Information files for Deliberating our frames: How members of multi-stakeholder initiatives use shared frames to tackle within-frame conflicts over sustainability issues
Multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) have been praised as vehicles for tackling complex sustainability issues, but their success relies on the reconciliation of stakeholders’ divergent perspectives. We yet lack a thorough understanding of the micro-level mechanisms by which stakeholders can deal with these differences. To develop such understanding, we examine what frames - i.e., mental schemata...

Supplementary Information files for Deliberating our frames: How members of multi-stakeholder initiatives use shared frames to tackle within-frame conflicts over sustainability issues

Angelika Zimmermann, Nora Albers & Jasper O Kenter
Supplementary Information files for Deliberating our frames: How members of multi-stakeholder initiatives use shared frames to tackle within-frame conflicts over sustainability issues
Multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) have been praised as vehicles for tackling complex sustainability issues, but their success relies on the reconciliation of stakeholders’ divergent perspectives. We yet lack a thorough understanding of the micro-level mechanisms by which stakeholders can deal with these differences. To develop such understanding, we examine what frames - i.e., mental schemata...

4AT13_mp3_Our Story_Oral Histories of Women from Turkey

Aslı Takanay
This is an audio recording of one of the interviews we conducted for our project "Women's Media and Memory". In this project, we aim to record and archive women's memories in Turkey by conducting oral history interviews. In the light of this research, we want to look at feminist understanding of Turkey's history through women's narratives.
Please visit the project website for more information: https://www.bizimhikayemiz.org/

4AT13_mp3_Our Story_Oral Histories of Women from Turkey

Aslı Takanay
This is an audio recording of one of the interviews we conducted for our project "Women's Media and Memory". In this project, we aim to record and archive women's memories in Turkey by conducting oral history interviews. In the light of this research, we want to look at feminist understanding of Turkey's history through women's narratives.
Please visit the project website for more information: https://www.bizimhikayemiz.org/

2NT9_mp3_Our Story_Oral Histories of Women from Turkey

Nuray Türkmen
This is an audio recording of one of the interviews we conducted for our project "Women's Media and Memory". In this project, we aim to record and archive women's memories in Turkey by conducting oral history interviews. In the light of this research, we want to look at feminist understanding of Turkey's history through women's narratives.
Please visit the project website for more information: https://www.bizimhikayemiz.org/

2NT8_mp3_Our Story_Oral Histories of Women from Turkey

Nuray Türkmen
This is an audio recording of one of the interviews we conducted for our project "Women's Media and Memory". In this project, we aim to record and archive women's memories in Turkey by conducting oral history interviews. In the light of this research, we want to look at feminist understanding of Turkey's history through women's narratives.
Please visit the project website for more information: https://www.bizimhikayemiz.org/

5ED18_mp3_Our Story_Oral Histories of Women from Turkey

Esra Dabağcı
This is an audio recording of one of the interviews we conducted for our project "Women's Media and Memory". In this project, we aim to record and archive women's memories in Turkey by conducting oral history interviews. In the light of this research, we want to look at feminist understanding of Turkey's history through women's narratives.
Please visit the project website for more information: https://www.bizimhikayemiz.org/

2NT5_mp3_Our Story_Oral Histories of Women from Turkey

Nuray Türkmen
This is an audio recording of one of the interviews we conducted for our project "Women's Media and Memory". In this project, we aim to record and archive women's memories in Turkey by conducting oral history interviews. In the light of this research, we want to look at feminist understanding of Turkey's history through women's narratives.
Please visit the project website for more information: https://www.bizimhikayemiz.org/

2NT9_mp3_Our Story_Oral Histories of Women from Turkey

Nuray Türkmen
This is an audio recording of one of the interviews we conducted for our project "Women's Media and Memory". In this project, we aim to record and archive women's memories in Turkey by conducting oral history interviews. In the light of this research, we want to look at feminist understanding of Turkey's history through women's narratives.
Please visit the project website for more information: https://www.bizimhikayemiz.org/

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