146 Works

Intermediate structural hierarchy in biological networks modulates the fractal dimension and force distribution of percolating clusters - Simulation Data

Benjamin Hanson & Lorna Dougan
We computationally investigated the effect of intermediate (polymeric) nanoscale structure on the formation of protein hydrogels, and found that pre-assembled intermediate structure provides a novel structural coordinate for the hierarchical modulation of macroscopic network properties, as well as furthering our understanding of the general dynamics of network formation. This is the computational dataset comprising our results.

Data associated with “Third Body Damage and Wear in Arthroplasty Bearing Materials: A Review of Laboratory Methods”

Raelene Cowie & Louise Jennings
The dataset contains material to supplement the review paper “Third Body Damage and Wear in Arthroplasty Bearing Materials: A Review of Laboratory Methods” including: tables summarising papers and abstracts reviewed in the article and data relating to figures for the methods used for simulating third body wear, the types of third body particles used and the particle diameter.

Dataset associated with \"Enhanced Terahertz Spectral-Fingerprint Detection of α-Lactose Using Sub-Micron-Gap On-Chip Waveguides\"

SaeJune Park, John Cunningham & Rowan Parker-Jervis
The results on 'Enhanced Terahertz Spectral-Fingerprint Detection of α-Lactose Using Sub-Micron-Gap On-Chip Waveguides'.

Dataset associated with the paper \"How to inflate a wind-blown bubble\"

Julian Pittard
This dataset contains theoretical data described in the journal paper "How to inflate a wind-blown bubble" http://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stab2712. The data is organized into 2 zip files: 1. data.zip - contains 10 directories containing data from the main simulations presented in the paper. Each directory contains a set of ASCII data files containing details on the fluid variables, as well as 2 ASCII data files which log the evolution of particular properties of the wind-blown bubble. It...

Dataset associated with 'Scaling of the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction with magnetization in Pt/Co(Fe)B/Ir multilayers'

Khulaif Alshammari, Eloi Haltz, Mohammed Alyami, Mannan Ali, Paul Keatley, Christopher Marrows, Joseph Barker & Thomas Moore
Magnetic multilayers with perpendicular anisotropy and an interfacial Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction contain chiral domain walls and skyrmions that are promising for applications. Here we measure the temperature dependence of the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction (DMI) in Pt/CoFeB/Ir and Pt/CoB/Ir multilayers by means of static domain imaging. First, the temperature dependences of saturation magnetization ($M_{\rm{S}}$), exchange stiffness ($A$) and intrinsic perpendicular anisotropy ($K_{\rm{u}}$) are determined. Then the demagnetized domain pattern in each multilayer is imaged by wide-field Kerr microscopy...

Bridging Structure, Dynamics, and Thermodynamics: An Example Study on Aqueous Potassium Halides - dataset

Harrison Laurent, Michael Ries, Alan Soper, Lorna Dougan & Daniel Baker
Aqueous salt systems are ubiquitous in all areas of life. The ions in these solutions impose important structural and dynamic perturbations to water. In this study we employ a combined neutron scattering, nuclear magnetic resonance, and computational modelling approach to deconstruct ion specific perturbations to water structure and dynamics and shed light on the molecular origins of bulk thermodynamic properties of the solutions. Our approach uses the atomistic scale resolution offered to us by neutron...

Narnian Virtues - Year 3 Qualitative Data

Peter Hart, Mark Pike & Anna Liddle
This dataset follows a Fouth Generation Evaluation methodology. Focus groups with students (years 7 to 9) and teachers were carried out, to understand the impact of the Narnian Virtues Character Education Curriculum

Airflow modelling predicts seabird breeding habitat across islands

Emmanouil Lempidakis, Andrew Ross, Luca Börger & Emily Shepard
Wind is fundamentally related to shelter and flight performance: two factors that are critical for birds at their nest sites. Despite this, airflows have never been fully integrated into models of breeding habitat selection, even for well-studied seabirds. Here we use computational fluid dynamics to provide the first assessment of whether flow characteristics (including wind speed and turbulence) predict the distribution of seabird colonies, taking common guillemots (Uria aalge) breeding on Skomer island as our...

Reverse genetics siRNA-based visual phenotype screen datasets identifying genes involved in supernumerary primary cilium formation

Basudha Basu, Alice Lake, Katarzyna Szymanska, Gabrielle Wheway, Sandra Bell, Ewan Morrison, Jacquelyn BOnd & Colin Johnson
High content siRNA screen carried out to identify genes which when knocked-down, cause the formation of multiple primary cilia in the mIMCD3 cell-line. The dataset includes data from both the primary and secondary screens as separate files.

Data associated with Leech, McDowall et al 2021 microbiome composition and predicted function

Amanda Bretman, Laurin McDowall, Thomas Leech, Laurin McDowall, Kevin Hopkins, Steven Sait & Xavier Harrison
Social environments influence multiple traits of individuals including immunity, stress and ageing, often in sex-specific ways. The composition of the microbiome (the assemblage of symbiotic microorganisms within a host) is determined by environmental factors and the host’s immune, endocrine and neural systems. The social environment could alter host microbiomes extrinsically by affecting transmission between individuals, likely promoting homogeneity in the microbiome of social partners. Alternatively, intrinsic effects arising from interactions between the microbiome and host...

Bioh2, Heat and Power from Palm Empty Fruit Bunch via Pyrolysis-Autothermal Reforming: Plant Simulation, Experiments, and CO2 Mitigation - data

Lifita N. Tande & Erik Resendiz-Mora
Raw data for figures in the associated paper

RETRACTED ARTICLE: KIAA1429 promotes osteosarcoma progression by promoting stem cell properties and is regulated by miR-143-3p

Qicai Han, Jie Yang, Hao Yang, Chao Li, Juan Li & Yuan Cao
We, the Editors and Publisher of the journal Cell Cycle, have retracted the following article: Qicai Han, Jie Yang, Hao Yang, Chao Li, Juan Li & Yuan Cao (2020) KIAA1429 promotes osteosarcoma progression by promoting stem cell properties and is regulated by miR-143-3p, Cell Cycle, 19:10, 1172-1185, DOI: 10.1080/15384101.2020.1749465 Since publication, concerns have been raised about similarity of the data in another published article: Yang J, Han Q, Li C, Yang H, Chen X, Wang...

Data associated with QuESTech Deliverable 3.2

Arun Kuruvila, Edmund Linfield & Christopher Marrows

Dataset associated with \"Characterising the energy use of disabled people in the European Union towards inclusion in the energy transition\"

Diana Ivanova & Lucie Middlemiss
This dataset contains household-level energy footprint (energy use) calculations based on consumption data from the Household Budget Surveys (HBS) disseminated by Eurostat, wave 2010. The dataset contains energy footprints (total and by consumption category) and categorical variables on poverty, energy poverty and disability, all of which generated by the authors. The dataset also contains household IDs, country codes and household weights generated by Eurostat and corresponding to the HBSs. The household and country ID variables...

Data to support study of The Structures and Spin States of Iron(II) Complexes of Isomeric 2,6-Di(1,2,3-triazolyl)pyridine Ligands

Malcolm Halcrow, Izar Capel Berdiell, Daniel J. Davies, Jack Woodworth, Rafal Kulmaczewski & Oscar Cespedes
Different isomers of the title ligands coordinate to iron(II) in monodentate or tridentate fashion, leading to complexes with a variety of spin state properties.

Opposing community assembly patterns for dominant and non-dominant plant species in herbaceous ecosystems globally

Carlos Alberto Arnillas, Elizabeth Borer, Eric Seabloom, Juan Alberti, Selene Baez, Jonathon Bakker, Elizabeth Boughton, Yvonne Buckley, Miguel Bugalho, Ian Donohue, John Dwyer, Jennifer Firn, Riley Gridzak, Nicole Hagenah, Yann Hautier, Aveliina Helm, Anke Jentsch, , Kimberly Komatsu, Lauri Laanisto, Ramesh Laungani, Rebecca McCulley, Joslin Moore, John Morgan, Pablo Peri … & Marc Cadotte
Biotic and abiotic factors interact with dominant plants —the locally most frequent or with the largest coverage— and non-dominant plants differently, partially because dominant plants modify the environment where non-dominant plants grow. For instance, if dominant plants compete strongly, they will deplete most resources, forcing non-dominant plants into a narrower niche space. Conversely, if dominant plants are constrained by the environment, they might not exhaust available resources but instead may ameliorate environmental stressors that usually...

Alternating Defects and Egg and Dart Textures in De-wetted Stripes of Discotic Liquid Crystal.

RICHARD BUSHBY, Jonathan Bramble, Daniel Tate, Stephen Evans & John E Lydon
optical micrographs

Datasets for Socio-macroeconomic impacts of implementing different post-Brexit UK energy reduction targets to 2030

Jaime Nieto Vega, Hector Pollitt, Paul Brockway, Lucy Clements, Marco Sakai & John Barrett
This file contains the following data sheets used in the following paper: Nieto, J., Pollitt, H. Brockway, P.E., Clements, L., Sakai, M., and Barrett J. “Socio-Macroeconomic Impacts of Implementing Different Post-Brexit UK Energy Reduction Targets to 2030.” Energy Policy 158, 2021, 112556. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2021.112556 *Inputs: Exogenous inputs to the model *Results Levels:Results for the E3ME and MARCO-UK scenarios in levels *Results vs Baseline: Results for the E3ME and MARCO-UK scenarios in volume index (Baseline=100)...

Conversation Analytic Role-play Method in Antenatal Screening Conversations (The Convene Study) - Antenatal appointment transcripts

Jayne Wagstaff, Magnus Hamann, Louise Bryant, Shenaz Ahmed & Elizabeth Stokoe

Varied oxygen simulations with WACCM6 (Proterozoic to pre-industrial atmosphere)

Gregory Cooke, Daniel Marsh, Catherine Walsh, Benjamin Black & Jean-François Lamarque
The history of molecular oxygen (O2) in Earth’s atmosphere is still debated; however, geological evidence supports at least two major episodes where O2 increased by an order of magnitude or more: the Great Oxidation Event (GOE) and the Neoproterozoic Oxidation Event. O2 concentrations have likely fluctuated (between 10−3 and 1.5 times the present atmospheric level) since the GOE ∼ 2.4 Gyr ago, resulting in a time-varying ozone (O3) layer. Using a three-dimensional (3D) chemistry climate...

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  • University of Leeds
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  • Central South University
  • Cardiff University
  • Huazhong University of Science and Technology
  • Sichuan University
  • Fudan University