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CRiB Qualitative Data Extraction Form

Vicki Slater, Jennie Rose, Karen Matvienko-Sikar, Ellinor Olander & Sarah Redsell
The qualitative data extraction form used in the CRiB systematic review.

DNV Case Studies

Aled Jones & Felicity Clarke
Three case studies from the Debating Nature's Value network exploring the use of monetisation in Natural Capital decision making.
Ely In June 2019, we visited an Open Farm day near Ely in Cambridge, to ask attendees their views on the concept of “monetising nature”. They also expressed their ideas on ways to protect their local environment for future generations. Many spoke of their enjoyment of accessing local natural spaces, from parks to woodlands, and...

Invertebrates sampled from Needingworth 2014

Alvin Helden
This is a dataset of grassland arthropods collected during a study of a gravel pit restoration site at Needingworth, Cambridgeshire, UK.

Snapshot: introductions to key themes and topics in relation to the UK Armed Forces community, including veterans and their families

Snapshots are plain language summaries of research and evidence relating to the UK Armed Forces and veteran community.
Snapshots are designed to aid understanding of the complex issues at play in relation to the Armed Forces, and to support decision-making processes by bridging the gaps between academic research, government and charitable policy, Service provision and public opinion. Snapshots are aimed primarily at those working in policy-making and Service provision roles for the Armed Forces, and...

CRiB Quantitative Data Extraction Form

Vicki Slater, Jennie Rose, Karen Matvienko-Sikar, Ellinor Olander & Sarah Redsell
The quantitative data extraction form used in the CRiB systematic review.

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.

Cricketers are not tickled pink by a new coloured ball

Robert W. Maguire, Matthew A. Timmis, Luke Wilkins, David L. Mann, Eldré W. Beukes, Alice Homer, James A. Johnstone, Joshua Adie, Derek Arnold & Peter M. Allen
Poster presented at The British Congress of Optometry and Vision Science 2020 (BCOVS 2020), Virtually Everywhere, 7-8 September 2020

San serif Bishop Marks from 1673

Jon Melton
TypeThursday London (in Cambridge) 09 May 2019
Symposium and Type Design Critique


San serif Bishop Marks from 1673
Practice-based historical research is utilized within the production of an alphabet of letterforms which explore the context for sans serif Bishop Marks from 1673. The limited published history and original primary examples were studied within the production of an experimental digital typeface of the date-stamp glyphs required within a functional computer font. The letterform modelling and characteristics represent a late...

Barriers and enablers to Caregivers Responsive feeding Behaviour (CRiB): A mixed method systematic review protocol PRISMA-P checklist

Vicki Slater, Jennie Rose, Karen Matvienko-Sikar, Ellinor Olander & Sarah Redsell
The PRISMA-P checklist for an HRB Protocol for a systematic review, by the same authors, into barriers and enablers to responsive feeding for obesity prevention.

DNV ICAEW Seminar recording 14-11-19

Aled Jones, Felicity Clarke, Rupert Read, Victor Anderson & Tom Maddox
These videos were taken at a seminar hosted by ICAEW, as part of the Debating Nature's Project, on 14 November 2019. The speakers are Deepak Rughani and Dr Tom Maddox.
These seminars encourage those involved in accounting to engage in the debate around valuations of natural capital.

San serif Bishop Marks from 1673

Jon Melton
TypeThursday London (in Cambridge) 09 May 2019
Symposium and Type Design Critique


San serif Bishop Marks from 1673
Practice-based historical research is utilized within the production of an alphabet of letterforms which explore the context for sans serif Bishop Marks from 1673. The limited published history and original primary examples were studied within the production of an experimental digital typeface of the date-stamp glyphs required within a functional computer font. The letterform modelling and characteristics represent a late...

DNV Case Studies

Aled Jones & Felicity Clarke
Three case studies from the Debating Nature's Value network exploring the use of monetisation in Natural Capital decision making.
Ely In June 2019, we visited an Open Farm day near Ely in Cambridge, to ask attendees their views on the concept of “monetising nature”. They also expressed their ideas on ways to protect their local environment for future generations. Many spoke of their enjoyment of accessing local natural spaces, from parks to woodlands, and...

Snapshot: introductions to key themes and topics in relation to the UK Armed Forces community, including veterans and their families

Snapshots are plain language summaries of research and evidence relating to the UK Armed Forces and veteran community.
Snapshots are designed to aid understanding of the complex issues at play in relation to the Armed Forces, and to support decision-making processes by bridging the gaps between academic research, government and charitable policy, Service provision and public opinion. Snapshots are aimed primarily at those working in policy-making and Service provision roles for the Armed Forces, and...

1. The Serif-Less Letters of John Soane

Jon Melton
Pen, print and communication in the eighteenth century. Editors: Archer-Parré, C. and Dick, M. Published by Liverpool university Press ISBN: 978-1-789-62230-0 https://liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/books/id/53166/

Published in September 2020, with a Book Launch webinar of short talks from contributors on 19 November 2020: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pen-print-and-communication-in-the-eighteenth-century-webinar-book-launch-tickets-125925850609
With the Webinar of short talks published on YouTube: https://youtu.be/icNZfKfMT_I

Book Chapter 14
The Serif-Less Letters of John Soane

Jon Melton
pp.215-228

Abstract.
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Body image and interoception - matlab scripts

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

CRiB Qualitative Data Extraction Form

Vicki Slater, Jennie Rose, Karen Matvienko-Sikar, Ellinor Olander & Sarah Redsell
The qualitative data extraction form used in the CRiB systematic review.

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...

Annotated free paraphrases and difficulty of interpretation for 45 novel English noun-noun compounds

Martin Schäfer & Melanie Bell
This is a dataset containing free paraphrases of the meaning of 45 novel English compound nouns, presented in isolation, together with Likert scale ratings of the difficulty of coming up with that meaning. Each compound has a variety of possible interpretations, and the free paraphrases are coded for the interpretation they represent.
All the novel compounds occur just once in ukWaC (Baroni et al. 2009), a 2-billion-word corpus of English. The constituent nouns in the...

5c. 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...

Cricketers are not tickled pink by a new coloured ball

Robert W. Maguire, Matthew A. Timmis, Luke Wilkins, David L. Mann, Eldré W. Beukes, Alice Homer, James A. Johnstone, Joshua Adie, Derek Arnold & Peter M. Allen
Poster presented at The British Congress of Optometry and Vision Science 2020 (BCOVS 2020), Virtually Everywhere, 7-8 September 2020

Body image and interoception - matlab scripts

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

DNV ICAEW Seminar recording 14-11-19

Aled Jones, Felicity Clarke, Rupert Read, Victor Anderson & Tom Maddox
These videos were taken at a seminar hosted by ICAEW, as part of the Debating Nature's Project, on 14 November 2019. The speakers are Deepak Rughani and Dr Tom Maddox.
These seminars encourage those involved in accounting to engage in the debate around valuations of natural capital.

Invertebrates sampled from Needingworth 2014

Alvin Helden
This is a dataset of grassland arthropods collected during a study of a gravel pit restoration site at Needingworth, Cambridgeshire, UK.

Annotated free paraphrases and difficulty of interpretation for 45 novel English noun-noun compounds

Martin Schäfer & Melanie Bell
This is a dataset containing free paraphrases of the meaning of 45 novel English compound nouns, presented in isolation, together with Likert scale ratings of the difficulty of coming up with that meaning. Each compound has a variety of possible interpretations, and the free paraphrases are coded for the interpretation they represent.
All the novel compounds occur just once in ukWaC (Baroni et al. 2009), a 2-billion-word corpus of English. The constituent nouns in the...

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