Research data supporting the publication \"Gold-Catalyzed Intermolecular Alkyne Oxyarylation for C3 Functionalization of Benzothiophenes\"Paige Rist
Data collected using instrumentation in the School of Chemistry Centre for Chemical and Materials Analysis. Collection period 20 September 2017 to 30 November 2020
Adaptive radiations are hypothesised as a generating mechanism for much of the morphological diversity of extant species1,2,3,4,5,6,7. The Cenozoic radiation of placental mammals, the foundational example of this concept8,9, gave rise to much of the morphological disparity of extant mammals, and is generally attributed to relaxed evolutionary constraints following the extinction of non-avian dinosaurs10,11,12,13. However, study of this and other radiations has focussed on variation in evolutionary rates4,5,7,14, leaving the extent to which relaxation of...
The data was collected by recording the videos of workshop sessions and a series of interviews after the workshops
Research data supporting the publication \"Earthquake resistance of high-rise buildings using LRB isolators and VE dampers\"Hamza Amaidia
Using ETABS to construct the high-rise structural model. Microsoft Excel used to further analyse obtained results. Collection period: November 2020-May 2021
Research data supporting the publication \"Evaluation of Ga0.2Li6.4Nd3Zr2O12 garnets: exploiting dopant instability to create a mixed conductive interface to reduce interfacial resistance for all solid state batteries\"Mark Stockham, Bo Dong, Matthew James, Yongliand Li, Yulong Ding, Emma Kendrick & Peter Slater
The next major leap in energy storage is thought to arise from a practical implementation of all solid-state batteries, which remain largely confined to the small scale due to issues in manufacturing and mechanical stability. Lithium batteries are amongst the most sought after, for the high expected energy density and improved safety characteristics, however the challenge of finding a suitable solid-state electrolyte remains. Lithium rich garnets are prime contenders as electrolytes, owing to their high...
Manual, visual inspection
Research data supporting the publication \"Extreme flood disturbance effects on multiple dimensions of river ecosystem stability\"Alexander Milner & Lawrence Eagle
Macroinvertebrates using 10 reps of a Surber sampler 0.1 m2 The following people helped with collecting samples; Leonie Clitherow, Mike McDermott, Jess Picken, Anne Robertson, Svein Sonderland and Amanda Veal,
Raw capture with Canon digital camera on Graz TCS; images converted to JPG at point of capture by Canon software.
NIOZ - Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, and Utrecht University, Texel, the Netherlands (1); MARUM – Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, Bremen University, Bremen, Germany (2); Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands (3); ANU – Australian National University, Research School of Earth Sciences, Canberra, Australia (4); School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences at University of Birmingham, Edgbaston Birmingham, United Kingdom (5); LSCE - Laboratoire des Sciences du...
Touch interactions are central to many human activities, but there are few technologies for computationally augmenting free-hand interactions with real environments. Here, we describe Tactile Echoes, a finger-wearable system for augmenting touch interactions with physical objects. This system captures and processes touch-elicited vibrations in real-time in order to enliven tactile experiences. We process these signals via a parametric signal processing network in order to generate responsive tactile and auditory feedback. Just as acoustic echoes are...
University of Birmingham93
Hong Kong Polytechnic University4
Sun Yat-sen University4
Binzhou Medical University4
Zunyi Medical University4
Kunming Tongren Hospital4
Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China4
Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences & Peking Union Medical College4
Yunnan Center for Disease Control And Prevention4