279 Works

Body image and implicit interoception dataset

Jennifer Todd & Jane Aspell
Data for 36 participants using electroencephalography, electrocardiography, and electrogastrography.

Body image and implicit interoception dataset

Jennifer Todd & Jane Aspell
Data for 36 participants using electroencephalography, electrocardiography, and electrogastrography.

ETRVSCA Sans - Font Typeface and Type Specimens

Jon Melton
ETRVSCA Sans - The Primal 18th Century Sans
This practice-based historical research identifies the architect John Soane’s inspiration and model for his serif-less letterforms deployed as titling on drawings and as proposed inscriptions throughout the last quarter of the eighteen-century. This typography revived the primitive letterforms of Republican Rome and earlier pre-roman serif-less alphabets of the Etruscans and the Greeks.
Archival material, period books and antique print engravings were studied to provide the platform to revive a...

Soane Sans U&lc - Type Specimen

Jon Melton
Soane Sans U&lc - Type Specimen
Photograph: Jon Melton
2 of 2 Research Type specimens
(Type specimens are defined as typographic designs that showcase a typeface design, its context and use.)
The Soane Sans lower-case were derived from the inscriptional capitals found on the Lodges at Langley Park in Norfolk - from what is likely the earliest extant example of a Soane inscription. Their distinctive bold modelling has been utilised in extending the full character set of the font...

Resources for Intrauterine contraception

Susan Walker & Victoria L. Newman
The is an informational MP4 video for women who want to know more about intra-uterine contraception.

Women's Views on Intra-uterine Contraception in General Practice

Susan Walker & Victoria L. Newton
This presentation summarises the views of women from a general practice setting on intrauterine contraception

Pelvic mesh review

Jennifer Todd & Jane Aspell
Screen results from a systematic search for studies that have reported pain associated with pelvic mesh implants. The initial search identified 705 records. This number was reduced to 333 records after applying the inclusion/exclusion criteria.

Epitaphs and the Dead in Early Modern English Manuscripts - Appendix i

Amanda Brunton
This document is a database of epitaphs found across 20 early modern English manuscripts. As well as providing bibliographical information about the poems, the database also offers a number of thematic categories for each text.

3b. Bishop Sans Full Type Specimen

Jon Melton
Sans serif Bishop Marks from 1673
Type Specimen text abstract:
Date Stamps on posted letters were first introduced in April of 1661 by Britain’s first 'Postmaster-General' Henry Bishop to counteract accusations of corruption, unwarranted delays and profiteering by unscrupulous employees of the postal service belonging to The Crown. All letters in England and Wales were locally town-stamped and were sent, sometimes ‘post-haste’, via London, or Edinburgh in Scotland and Dublin in Ireland; ready...

Body image and interoception - matlab scripts

Jennifer Todd
Matlab scripts to calculate the heartbeat evoked potential and gastric-alpha PAC.

Assessment of the Wong-Baker FACES® Pain Rating Scale’s Inter-Rater Reliability when applied to standardised adult patients by paramedics in Qatar: a pilot study

Enrico Dippenaar
Poster presented at the UK College of Paramedics National Conference held in Oxford between 9-10 May 2018.

Paramedicine across continents - A paramedic's lived experience

Enrico Dippenaar
Poster presented at the UK College of Paramedics National Conference held in Oxford between 9-10 May 2018.

Pakistan Interviews

Gender equity and energy access in the Global South
Pakistan Interviews

Economic Risk, Resources and Environment (ERRE) model

Aled Jones & Roberto Pasqualino
Economic Risk, Resources and Environment (ERRE) is a system dynamics model whose purpose is to analyse the financial pressures emerging from global economic growth while coping with natural limits in both energy and agricultural systems. A major feature of the model is to integrate in the same framework both the dynamic evolution of long term phenomena (e.g. energy transition, climate effects) and the short to medium term structures that are more relevant to decision making...

IN4.0-SD: Economic model of Industrial Innovation, Inequality and Inflation - Sustainability Switzerland (27 September 2021)

Roberto Pasqualino, Melissa Demartini & Faezeh Baagheri
The IN4.0 is published in Pasqualino, R., Demartini, M., & Bagheri, F. (2021). Digital transformation and sustainable oriented innovation: A system transition model for socio-economic scenario analysis. Sustainability, 13(21), 11564. the article is available at the link https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/13/21/11564.

The IN4.0-SD is a closed-economy System Dynamics model composed of three agents: sustainable oriented innovation business (SOIB), digital asset supplier business (DASB), and household.
Simulations show the level of flexibility of the model in addressing a variety of...

Applications of artificial intelligence techniques in predicting tinnitus intervention outcomes

Vinaya Manchaiah, Eldré W. Beukes, Hansapani Rodrigo & Gerhard Andersson
Presented at American Academy of Audiology 2021 Virtual

Energy-SHIFTS Working Group 4 - Transport and Mobility

Energy-SHIFTS consortium
The Energy-SHIFTS Working Groups provided SSH research priority recommendations for four specific (SET-Plan focussed) energy topics. Members were leading energy-SSH researchers, representing wider disciplinary research communities e.g. via leadership of research groups/institutes, Horizon 2020 energy projects, and/or editorial roles for journals.

The Working Groups produced a number of streams of data, including 10 interviews each, and surveys of hundreds of SSH scholars across Europe. Interview and survey protocols were also published by the project (see reference).

Inhibition of MUS81 by siRNA Reverses Resistance to Cisplatin in Human Ovarian Cancer Cell Lines.

Christopher Parris, Emma Bourton, Piers Plowman, Helen Foster, Alyaa Hussein Ali & Sheba Adam-Zahir
I provide raw image files from an Imaging flow cytometer (ISX II). These files were used to provide estimate the cellular content of the endonuclease MuS81 following exposure of human cancer cell lines.This data was used in the submission to BMC Cancer of the manuscript:
Inhibition of MUS81 by siRNA Reverses Resistance to Cisplatin in Human Ovarian Cancer Cell Lines. Emma C. Bourton Sheba Adam-Zahir, Piers N. Plowman, Hussein Nahidh Al-Ali, Helen A. Foster, Christopher N....

Flyer from Healthcare Resilience to Major Disasters: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic

Nebil Achour & Federica Pascale
Flyer from “Healthcare Resilience to Major Disasters: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic” international webinar which was held on 27 May 2021 by Anglia Ruskin University, UK.
The flyer provides an overview of the webinar and biographies of the speakers.
The webinar can be found at: https://doi.org/10.25411/aru.16644640

Project Description

Gender equity and energy access in the Global South
Full description of this project.

India Interviews

Gender equity and energy access in the Global South
India Interviews

Ghana Interviews

Gender equity and energy access in the Global South

Ghana Interviews

The National Emergency Medical Service Role During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Sierra Leone

Marta Caviglia
Presentation of Dr Marta Caviglia (CRIMEDIM) at FIReS Webinar 1. 15 February 2022.

Greyfriars Point Cloud in .ply format before being converted to .gltf

Emily Godden
Greyfriars Point Cloud in .ply format before being converted to .gltf
Captured using a Leica BLK360, processed in cloud compare, reduced to 2.75 million points uploaded to figshare and sketchfab

FIReS webinar 1: Fostering innovative resilience of clinical services to major disasters

Nebil Achour & Hamdi Lamine
The COVID-19 pandemic stretched for the first time ever modern healthcare systems globally. Hospitals were forced to cancel elective operations, develop new work approaches and redeploy staff to treat infected patients, limit infection rates while maintaining most urgent operations. Although this approach is often adopted during disasters, its adoption for pandemic has caused tremendous disruption for healthcare systems in the forms of backlog and reduction in the ability of hospitals to provide care to millions...

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