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An in vivo systematic genetic analysis of tumour progression in Drosophila - RNAi line: 18335R-1

Marios Georgiou
This data set forms part of the larger 'Fly Cancer Screen' data set, which consists of over 700 image sets

Supplemental Material for Bernhardsson et al., 2019

Carolina Bernhardsson, Amaryllis Vidalis, Xi Wang, Douglas G. Scofield, Bastian Schiffthaler, John Basion, Nathaniel R. Street, M. Rosario García-Gil & Pär Ingvarsson
Supplementary information to "An ultra-dense haploid genetic map for evaluating the highly fragmented genome assembly of Norway spruce (Picea abies)"

Supplemental Material for Kalay et al., 2019

Gizem Kalay, Jennifer Lachowiec, Ulises Rosas, Mackenzie Dome & Patricia Wittkopp
Summary of promoterwise results identifying regions of significant sequence similarity among yellow 5' intergenic and intronic sequences.

Systematic Review: Explicating Communicative Organization-Stakeholder Relationships in the Digital Age

I.J. Lock
This is a collection of accompanying data from the project "Systematic Review: Explicating Communicative Organization-Stakeholder Relationships in the Digital Age," a systematic review that is published in Public Relations Review. The following material is stored here:- Search string- Coding sheet- References included in analysis- Research diary- Data set

Ludwik Fleck Philosopher of Modern Medicine

Gershom Zajicek
Fleck is interested in the philosophical theory of reality rejecting any absolute and objective criteria of knowledge. Truth in science is a function of a particular thinking style by a group of scientists, or thought-collective. The individuals of a thought-collective share the same thought-style.

Replication Assignment Educational Psychology 2018-2019

Mario De Jonge
Replication research assignment for the Course Education Psychology 2018-2019 (Department of Education, Social Sciences) at Utrecht University. For the replication assignment, groups of three students each were assigned one of fourteen studies from the published record. The fourteen studies were selected by the teachers/supervisors before the start of the course assignment. Studies were all in the field of Educational Psychology and selected based on suitability for a small replication project. For this assignment, students worked...

Energy partitioning during sub-critical mode I crack propagation through a heterogeneous interface

C. Jestin, O. Lengliné & J. Schmittbuhl
Experimental data described in and used to generate the figures of the paper: Jestin, C., Lengliné, O., Schmittbuhl, J. (2019). Energy partitioning during sub-critical mode I crack propagation through a heterogeneous interface. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 124. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018JB016831

Flexibility in adopting relative frames of reference in dorsal and lateral settings

Fiona Wilke, Andrea Bender & Sieghard Beller
The relative frame of reference (FoR) is used to describe spatial relations between two objects from an observer’s perspective. Standard, frontal referencing situations with objects located in the observer’s visual field afford three well-established variants: translation, reflection, and rotation. Here, we focus on references in non-standard situations with objects located at the back or at the side of an observer (dorsal and lateral, respectively). We scrutinise the consistency assumption, which was introduced to infer the...

An in vivo systematic genetic analysis of tumour progression in Drosophila - RNAi line: 8639R1

Marios Georgiou
This data set forms part of the larger 'Fly Cancer Screen' data set, which consists of over 700 image sets

Item 6. Field Studies: Odin's Gully Autumn - Studiobook installation 2016 photos. Photos by Andrew Brooks & Simon Connor

Simon Connor
Photos from the Studio Book installation of Field Studies: Odin's Gully, collaboration with Andrew Brooks, held at Artwork Atelier, Salford, 2016.

ilifu outputs

Niklas Zimmer
This is a test collection to gather all data published by the ilifu Tier 2 consortium partners (and tagged with 'ilifu')

Information on industrial sample archives collected by the STAR Network of Excellence Partners

Paul Schofield
The STAR NoE holds a variety of samples from the terrestrial and aquatic environment, and samples from a variety of air samplers collected by various methods. In the tables linked below you will find a summary of what is currently accessible and the contact details of the person responsible for the samples.

Getting the strain under control: Trans-Varestraint tests for hot cracking susceptibility

Dimitrios Statharas, Helen Atkinson, Rob Thornton & Hongbiao Dong
A new method for conducting Trans-Varestraint tests for assessing hot cracking susceptibility is proposed. Experiments were carried out, to validate the new method, with an industrial scale rig using tungsten inert gas welding. The hot cracking susceptibility of API-5L X65 and EN3B steel was compared. The results indicated that, by using the new method, the strain applied to the welding bead and consequently to the solidification front was controlled in a repeatable and reliable way....

Acharya et al 2019 _QSBR_models__DRAGON_Descriptors_.xlsx

Kishor Acharya, Russell Davenport, Jan Dolfing & David Werner
List of DRAGON descriptors for all the chemicals used in QSBR model development are compiled in this database. In addition, output of QSARINs, including the QSBR models developed are added.

Supplementary material from "Effects of marker type and filtering criteria on QST-FST comparisons"

Zitong Li, Ari Löytynoja, Antoine Fraimout & Juha Merilä
Comparative studies of quantitative and neutral genetic differentiation (QST-FST tests) provide means to detect adaptive population differentiation. However, QST-FST tests can be overly liberal if the markers used deflate FST below its expectation, or overly conservative if methodological biases lead to inflated FST estimates. We investigated how marker type and filtering criteria for marker selection influence QST-FST comparisons through their effects on FST using simulations and empirical data on over 18 000 in silico genotyped...

Supplementary material from "Effects of marker type and filtering criteria on QST-FST comparisons"

Zitong Li, Ari Löytynoja, Antoine Fraimout & Juha Merilä
Comparative studies of quantitative and neutral genetic differentiation (QST-FST tests) provide means to detect adaptive population differentiation. However, QST-FST tests can be overly liberal if the markers used deflate FST below its expectation, or overly conservative if methodological biases lead to inflated FST estimates. We investigated how marker type and filtering criteria for marker selection influence QST-FST comparisons through their effects on FST using simulations and empirical data on over 18 000 in silico genotyped...

Supplementary material from "Social wasps are effective biocontrol agents of key lepidopteran crop pests"

Robin J. Southon, Odair A. Fernandes, Fabio S. Nascimento & Seirian Sumner
Biocontrol agents can help reduce pest populations as part of an integrated pest management scheme, with minimal environmental consequences. However, biocontrol agents are often non-native species and require significant infrastructure; overuse of single agents results in pest resistance. Native biocontrol agents are urgently required for more sustainable multi-faceted approaches to pest management. Social wasps are natural predators of lepidopteran pests, yet their viability as native biocontrol agents is largely unknown. Here, we provide evidence that...

Supplementary material from "Social wasps are effective biocontrol agents of key lepidopteran crop pests"

Robin J. Southon, Odair A. Fernandes, Fabio S. Nascimento & Seirian Sumner
Biocontrol agents can help reduce pest populations as part of an integrated pest management scheme, with minimal environmental consequences. However, biocontrol agents are often non-native species and require significant infrastructure; overuse of single agents results in pest resistance. Native biocontrol agents are urgently required for more sustainable multi-faceted approaches to pest management. Social wasps are natural predators of lepidopteran pests, yet their viability as native biocontrol agents is largely unknown. Here, we provide evidence that...

Supplementary material from "Testing the limits of pheromone stigmergy in high-density robot swarms"

Edmund R. Hunt, Simon Jones & Sabine Hauert
Area coverage and collective exploration are key challenges for swarm robotics. Previous research in this field has drawn inspiration from ant colonies, with real, or more commonly virtual, pheromones deposited into a shared environment to coordinate behaviour through stigmergy. Repellent pheromones can facilitate rapid dispersal of robotic agents, yet this has been demonstrated only for relatively small swarm sizes (N N > 300) and from realistic simulation experiments up to i = 400. We identify...

Supplementary material from "Testing the limits of pheromone stigmergy in high-density robot swarms"

Edmund R. Hunt, Simon Jones & Sabine Hauert
Area coverage and collective exploration are key challenges for swarm robotics. Previous research in this field has drawn inspiration from ant colonies, with real, or more commonly virtual, pheromones deposited into a shared environment to coordinate behaviour through stigmergy. Repellent pheromones can facilitate rapid dispersal of robotic agents, yet this has been demonstrated only for relatively small swarm sizes (N N > 300) and from realistic simulation experiments up to i = 400. We identify...

Data to support "The ancestral environment shapes antiviral CD8+ T cell responses across generations"

Christina Post
These Datasets provide FCS files to support the paper titled "The ancestral environment shapes antiviral CD8+ T cell responses across generations"

Recent studies have linked health fates of children to environmental exposures of their great grandparents. However, few studies have considered whether ancestral exposures influence immune function across generations. Here, we report transgenerational inheritance of altered T cell responses resulting from maternal (F0) exposure to the aryl hydrocarbon receptor ligand 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD). Since F0 exposure to...

Episode: 2005 Stimulation Soultz-sous-Forêts

GEIE EMC & EOST
The 2005 stimulation is the second stimulation of GPK4, after the previous one, performed in September 2004. The stimulation was followed a few days later by a program of chemical stimulation (injection of diluted HCl). This program involved the chemical stimulation itself and two identical step-rate injection tests: the first was performed before the chemical stimulation and the second after, in order to observe the efficiency of the chemical stimulation. The program was in the...

Supplementary material from "Ice sheet flow with thermally activated sliding. Part 1: the role of advection"

E. Mantelli, M. Haseloff & C. Schoof
Flow organization into systems of fast-moving ice streams is a well-known feature of ice sheets. Fast motion is frequently the result of sliding at the base of the ice sheet. Here, we consider how this basal sliding is first initiated as the result of changes in bed temperature. We show that an abrupt sliding onset at the melting point, with no sliding possible below that temperature, leads to rapid drawdown of cold ice and refreezing...

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