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MISL Measurement Campaign for the project CORTEX (Cognitive Real-Time System for Autonomous Vehicles)

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The dataset contains data collected by the the MISL (Microwave Integrated Systems Laboratory) group at the University of Birmingham, for the project CORTEX (Cognitive Real-Time System for Autonomous Vehicles), which is funded by Innovate UK. The objectives of the CORTEX project are to provide novel sensing technology, robust in all-weather and all-road conditions, to support the delivery of L4/5 autonomy, using advanced sensor fusion, tracking and cognitive radar techniques.

Research data supporting \"Effects of calf muscle conditioning upon ankle proprioception\"

Raymond Reynolds
This excel file contains basic data from two proprioception experiments. This includes ankle position for both experiments (Stretch/contract and Cooling), in addition to muscle twitch properties and skin temperature from the cooling experiment.

Low Temperature Synthesis of Garnet Solid State Electrolytes: implications on aluminium incorporation in Li7La3Zr2O12

Bo Dong, Laura Driscoll, Mark Stockham, Emma Kendrick & Peter Slater
XRD patterns of Li7La3Zr2O12, Al or Zn doped Li7La3Zr2O12, Li6.55Al0.15La3Zr2O12.

A Transcription of the Lectionary of Codex Zacynthius

Amy Myshrall, Gavriil-Ioannis Boutziopoulos, Thomas William Ruston, Hugh Houghton & Catherine Smith
The file attached to this record is a transcription of Codex Zacynthius (Cambridge, University Library, MS Add. 10062; Gregory-Aland L299). It was made from colour digital images by members of the Codex Zacynthius Project in 2018–2020, using the Online Transcription Editor in the Workspace for Collaborative Editing. The XML encoding follows the TEI P5 Guidelines. Further details are provided in the TEI header of the file. This transcription is made available under a Creative Commons...

Raw capture spectral JPEG images of Codex Zacynthius

David Parker, Hugh Houghton & Michael Phelps
This dataset consists of the images of Codex Zacynthius (Cambridge, University Library, MS Add. 10062) captured using multi-spectral and x-ray photography in July 2018. The images were taken by the Early Manuscripts Electronic Library (EMEL), working on behalf of the Codex Zacynthius Project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. There are 51 images for each page. Details of the settings of each image (wavelength etc.) are provided in the filenames. One folder of...

BIFoR FACE environmental monitoring data

Rob Mackenzie, Giulio Curioni, Kris Hart & Nicholas Harper

Water based synthesis of highly conductive GaxLi7-3xLa3Hf2O12 garnets with comparable critical current density to analogous GaxLi7-3xLa3Zr2O12 systems

Mark Stockham, Bo Dong, Li Yongliang, Yulong Ding & Peter Slater

Research data supporting the publication \"Calibration of an in-situ optical sensor platform for monitoring wastewater\"

Kieran Khamis

Comparison of outcomes of neurosurgical operations performed before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: a matched cohort study

Emma Toman
Objective To determine how the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic affected outcomes for all operatively managed neurosurgical patients, not only those positive for SARS-CoV-2. Design Matched cohort (pairwise method). Setting A single tertiary neurosurgical referral centre at a large UK Major Trauma Centre. Participants During the first COVID-19 wave, 231 neurosurgical cases were performed. These cases were matched to cases from 2019. Cases were matched for age (±10 years), primary pathology and surgical procedure....

Teaching and learning in ecology: a horizon scan of emerging challenges and solutions

Zenobia Lewis, Julia Cooke, Yoseph Araya, Karen Bacon, Joanna Bagniewska, Lesley Batty, Tom Bishop, Moya Burns, Magda Charalambous, David Daversa, Liam Dougherty, Miranda Dyson, Adam Fisher, Dan Forman, Cristina Garcia, Ewan Harney, Thomas Hesselberg, Elizabeth John, Robert Knell, Kadmiel Maseyk, Alice Mauchline, Julie Peacock, Angelo Pernetto, Jeremy Pritchard, William Sutherland … & Nicholas Worsfold
We currently face significant, anthropogenic, global environmental challenges and therole of ecologists in mitigating these challenges is arguably more important than ever. Consequently there is an urgent need to recruit and train future generations of ecologists, both those whose main area is ecology, but also those involved in the geological, biological and environmental sciences. Here we present the results of a horizon scanning exercise that identified current and future challenges facing the teaching of ecology,...

Formation binning: a new method for increased temporal resolution in regional studies, applied to the Late Cretaceous dinosaur fossil record of North America

Christopher Dean, A. Alessandro Chiarenza & Susannah Maidment
The advent of palaeontological occurrence databases has allowed for detailed reconstruction and analyses of species richness through deep time. While a substantial literature has evolved ensuring that taxa are fairly counted within and between different time periods, how time itself is divided has received less attention. Stage-level or equal-interval age bins have been frequently used for regional and global studies in vertebrate palaeontology. However, when assessing diversity at a regional scale, these resolutions can prove...

Intracellular sodium elevation reprograms cardiac metabolism: Metabolomics data

Dunja Aksentijevic, Anja Karlstaedt, Marina Basalay, Brett O'Brien, David Sanchez-Tatay, Seda Eminaga, Alpesh Thakker, Daniel Tennant, William Fuller, Thomas Eykyn, Heinrich Taegtmeyer & Michael Shattock
Intracellular Na elevation in the heart is a hallmark of pathologies where both acute and chronic metabolic remodeling occurs. We assessed whether acute (75μM ouabain 100nM blebbistatin) and chronic myocardial Naiload (PLM3SA mouse) are causally linked to metabolic remodeling and whether the hypertrophied failing heart shares a common Na-mediated metabolic ‘fingerprint’. Control (PLMWT), transgenic (PLM3SA), ouabain treated and hypertrophied Langendorff-perfused mouse hearts were studied by 23Na, 31P, 13C NMR followed by 1H NMR metabolomic profiling....

Research data supporting the publication \"Synthesis and characterisation of Sr4Fe3-xCrxO10-δ : stabilisation of n=3 Ruddlesden-Popper phases through Cr doping\"

Abbey Jarvis, Peter Slater, Frank J Berry, Jose F Marco, Maria Sanchez-Arenillas, Giannantonio Cibin & Oliver Clemens
Ruddlesden-Popper type compounds have the general formula, An+1MnO3n+1±x (typically A is a rare earth, alkaline earth, M is a transition metal), and are constructed of perovskite-type layers separated by rock salt type blocks. While n=1,2 phases are typically straightforward to prepare, the synthesis of higher order (n>2) systems is difficult. In this paper we show that chromate (CrO42-) doping can be exploited to stabilise new n=3 Ruddlesden-Popper systems, Sr4Fe3-xCrxO10-δ: without chromate doping, a mixture of...

Research data supporting 'Kinetics of methyl lactate formation from the transesterification of polylactic acid catalyzed by Zn(II) complexes'

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Product composition data at different temperatures. Conversion, selectivity and yields.

Air quality data Heathrow, LHR2

Brian Stacey & Roy Harrison

Research data supporting \"New traces of an old text: the corrections of Gregory-Aland 424 in Acts. Online appendix: corrections of 424 and collation\"

Tommy Wasserman

Research data supporting \"Effects of successive peak flow events on hyporheic exchange and residence times\"

Tanu Singh, Jesus D. Gomez-Velez, Liwen Wu, Anders Wörman, David M. Hannah & Stefan Krause

Numerical simulations of river bed dynamics for the South Saskatchewan River, Canada

P. Ashworth, A. Nicholas, D. Parsons & G. Sambrook Smith
Data were generated to investigate the influence of bed roughness on the dynamics of large sand-bed rivers like the South Saskatchewan, Canada. The influence of roughness was investigated by using a numerical model to simulate the evolution of the river bed for a hypothetical sand-bed river modelled on the South Saskatchewan. The model generated information on the evolving river bed topography, water depth, flow velocities and sediment transport rates, over a period of 28 years...

Data from: Tracing the patterns of non-marine turtle richness from Triassic–Palaeogene: from origin through global spread

Terri Cleary, Roger Benson, Patricia Holroyd & Paul Barrett
Turtles are key components of modern vertebrate faunas and it is predicted that their diversity and distributions will be affected by anthropogenic climate change. Despite this, few studies have attempted to provide baseline data on turtle taxonomic richness through time or assess their past responses to global environmental change. We used the extensive Triassic–Palaeogene (252–23 Ma) fossil record of terrestrial and freshwater turtles to investigate diversity patterns, finding substantial variation in richness through time and...

Data from: Evolution and epidemic spread of SARS-CoV-2 in Brazil

Darlan S. Candido, Ingra M. Claro, Jaqueline G. De Jesus, William M. Souza, Filipe R. R. Moreira, Simon Dellicour, Thomas A. Mellan, Louis Du Plessis, Rafael H. M. Pereira, Flavia C. S. Sales, Erika R. Manuli, Julien Thézé, Luiz Almeida, Mariane T. Menezes, Carolina M. Voloch, Marcilio J. Fumagalli, Thaís M. Coletti, Camila A. M. Da Silva, Mariana S. Ramundo, Mariene R. Amorim, Henrique H. Hoeltgebaum, Swapnil Mishra, Mandev S. Gill, Luiz M. Carvalho, Lewis F. Buss … & Nuno R. Faria
Brazil currently has one of the fastest growing SARS-CoV-2 epidemics in the world. Owing to limited available data, assessments of the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) on virus spread remain challenging. Using a mobility-driven transmission model, we show that NPIs reduced the reproduction number from >3 to 1–1.6 in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Sequencing of 427 new genomes and analysis of a geographically representative genomic dataset identified >100 international virus introductions in Brazil....

Data from: Ten more years of discovery: revisiting the quality of the sauropodomorph dinosaur fossil record

Daniel Cashmore, Philip Mannion, Paul Upchurch & Richard Butler
Spatiotemporal changes in fossil specimen completeness can bias our understanding of a group’s evolutionary history. The quality of the sauropodomorph fossil record was assessed a decade ago, but the number of valid species has since increased by 60%, and 17% of the taxa from that study have since undergone taxonomic revision. Here, we assess how 10 years of additional research has changed our outlook on the group’s fossil record. We quantified the completeness of all...

Data from: Discharge communication for chronic disease patients in three hospitals in India

Claire Humphries, Suganthi Jaganathan, Jeemon Panniyammakal, Sanjeev Singh, Prabhakaran Dorairaj, Malcolm Price, Paramjit Gill, Sheila Greenfield, Richard Lilford & Semira Manaseki-Holland
OBJECTIVES Poor discharge communication is associated with negative health outcomes in high-income countries. However, quality of discharge communication has received little attention in India and many other low and middle-income countries. Primary Objective To investigate verbal and documented discharge communication for chronic non-communicable disease (NCD) patients. Secondary objective To explore the relationship between quality of discharge communication and health outcomes. METHODS: Design Prospective study. Setting: Three public hospitals in Himachal Pradesh and Kerala states, India....

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  • 2020

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  • University of Birmingham
  • University of Oxford
  • University of Bristol
  • University of Bath
  • Imperial College London
  • Natural History Museum
  • University of Nottingham
  • University of Leeds
  • University of Exeter
  • National Institute of Amazonian Research