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Sarrus-inspired deployable polyhedral mechanisms (2024)
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Gu, Y., Zhang, X., Wei, G., & Chen, Y. (2024). Sarrus-inspired deployable polyhedral mechanisms. Mechanism and Machine Theory, 193, 105564. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mechmachtheory.2023.105564

Deployable polyhedral mechanisms (DPMs) have witnessed flourishing growth in recent years because of their potential applications in robotics, space exploration, structure engineering, and so forth. This paper firstly presents the construction, mobil... Read More about Sarrus-inspired deployable polyhedral mechanisms.

Machine Learning in Oil and Gas Exploration: A Review (2024)
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Lawal, A., Yang, Y., He, H., & Baisa, N. L. (2024). Machine Learning in Oil and Gas Exploration: A Review. IEEE Access, 12, 19035-19058. https://doi.org/10.1109/access.2023.3349216

A comprehensive assessment of machine learning applications is conducted to identify the developing trends for Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications in the oil and gas sector, specifically focusing on geological and geophysical exploration and re... Read More about Machine Learning in Oil and Gas Exploration: A Review.

Heatwaves in Peninsular Malaysia: a spatiotemporal analysis (2024)
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Muhammad, M. K. I., Hamed, M. M., Harun, S., Sa’adi, Z., Sammen, S. S., Al-Ansari, N., …Scholz, M. (in press). Heatwaves in Peninsular Malaysia: a spatiotemporal analysis. Scientific Reports, 14(1), 4255. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-024-53960-x

One of the direct and unavoidable consequences of global warming-induced rising temperatures is the more recurrent and severe heatwaves. In recent years, even countries like Malaysia seldom had some mild to severe heatwaves. As the Earth's average te... Read More about Heatwaves in Peninsular Malaysia: a spatiotemporal analysis.

Domain Independent Adaptive Histogram Based Features for Pomegranate Fruit and Leaf Diseases Classification Double blind (2024)
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Palaiahnakote, S. (in press). Domain Independent Adaptive Histogram Based Features for Pomegranate Fruit and Leaf Diseases Classification Double blind. #Journal not on list,

Disease identification for fruits and leaves in the field of agriculture is important for estimating production, crop yield and earnings for farmers. In the specific case of pomegranates, this is challenging because of the wide range of possible dise... Read More about Domain Independent Adaptive Histogram Based Features for Pomegranate Fruit and Leaf Diseases Classification Double blind.

Alkali Containing Layered Metal Oxides as Catalysts for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction (2024)
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Falsaperna, M., Arrigo, R., Marken, F., & Freakley, S. J. (in press). Alkali Containing Layered Metal Oxides as Catalysts for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction. ChemElectroChem, e202300761. https://doi.org/10.1002/celc.202300761

Improving the efficiency of the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) is essential to realise energy systems based on water electrolysis. Many catalysts have been developed for the OER to date, with iridium‐based oxides being the most promising due to thei... Read More about Alkali Containing Layered Metal Oxides as Catalysts for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction.

A critical exploration of bargaining in Purchasing and Supply Management: a systematic literature review (2024)
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Kelly, S., & Chicksand, D. (in press). A critical exploration of bargaining in Purchasing and Supply Management: a systematic literature review. Group Decision and Negotiation,

Bargaining with suppliers is a key Purchasing and Supply Management (PSM) activity but there is considerable ambiguity over what bargaining entails and the concept currently lacks a systematic treatment, despite its significant interest to PSM profes... Read More about A critical exploration of bargaining in Purchasing and Supply Management: a systematic literature review.

The significance of love in relation to looked-after children and child sexual exploitation (2024)
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Plowright, R. C. (2024). The significance of love in relation to looked-after children and child sexual exploitation. Critical and Radical Social Work, 12(1), 40-57. https://doi.org/10.1332/204986021x16523430934288

Drawing on the knowledge that looked-after children are disproportionately involved in child sexual exploitation, this critical systematic literature review considers the significance of ‘love’, using bell hooks’ ‘love ethic’. This literature review... Read More about The significance of love in relation to looked-after children and child sexual exploitation.

The Importance of Applying Authentic Learning in Pre-registration Nursing Education (2024)
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Sadat, A., & Pilkington, R. (2024). The Importance of Applying Authentic Learning in Pre-registration Nursing Education. Innovative practice in higher education, 5(3), Article 2

This paper explores the significance of authenticity in nursing education and the development of authentic healthcare practitioners. Identifying a current lack of authenticity in the learning materials used in the Transdisciplinary Science module at... Read More about The Importance of Applying Authentic Learning in Pre-registration Nursing Education.

No pupillometric evidence for effortful proactive control in the proportion-congruent Stroop paradigm (2024)
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Hasshim, N., Carruthers, M., FERRAND, L., Augustinova, M., & A Parris, B. (2024). No pupillometric evidence for effortful proactive control in the proportion-congruent Stroop paradigm. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1177/17470218241235671

Cognitive control is the ability to allocate attention away from stimuli that are irrelevant to achieving a goal, towards stimuli that are. When conflict is anticipated, attention is biased in a global, top-down manner called proactive control and... Read More about No pupillometric evidence for effortful proactive control in the proportion-congruent Stroop paradigm.

Relative strength explains the differences in multi-joint rapid force production between sexes (2024)
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Comfort, P., McMahon, J. J., Lake, J. P., Ripley, N. J., Triplett, N. T., & Haff, G. G. (in press). Relative strength explains the differences in multi-joint rapid force production between sexes. PloS one, 19(2), e0296877. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0296877

The primary aim of this study was to determine whether relative strength explains the differences in the rapid force production (force developed during first 150-, 200-, and 250 ms) of females and males, and to evaluate the relationships between peak... Read More about Relative strength explains the differences in multi-joint rapid force production between sexes.

Flipping Failure: A case study on building resilience and confidence through 'Failureship Strategies' in theory and practiceat the University of Salford (2024)
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Whitnall, D., & Hurley, U. (2024). Flipping Failure: A case study on building resilience and confidence through 'Failureship Strategies' in theory and practiceat the University of Salford. Innovative practice in higher education, 5(3), 1-23

This paper presents the Flipping Failure project, which aims to challenge the negative perception of failure and promote its benefits for building resilience, insight, and action. The project involved students and staff who participated in failure-fo... Read More about Flipping Failure: A case study on building resilience and confidence through 'Failureship Strategies' in theory and practiceat the University of Salford.

‘Bricks and Mortar’: Reflections on teaching Architecture and Design from an early career academic (2024)
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Yioutani-Iacovides, M. (2024). ‘Bricks and Mortar’: Reflections on teaching Architecture and Design from an early career academic. Innovative practice in higher education, 5(3 (2024)), 1-27

'Bricks and mortar’ is used as a metaphor for how we endeavour to ‘construct’ knowledge in Architecture and Design. Teaching Architecture and Design is challenging but rewarding; as an early career academic and a mature professional, this paper sets... Read More about ‘Bricks and Mortar’: Reflections on teaching Architecture and Design from an early career academic.

The student evaluation of a Research-informed Teaching activity using simulation (2024)
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Higgins, R. (2024). The student evaluation of a Research-informed Teaching activity using simulation. Innovative practice in higher education, 5(3), Article 5

Our Research-informed Teaching experience (RiTe) activity has been embedded within the Diagnostic Radiography curriculum since 2013 as part of a Level 5 (Year 2) Research Methods module. Outcomes are linked to research skill development and self-effi... Read More about The student evaluation of a Research-informed Teaching activity using simulation.

Catalytic effects on peristaltic flow of Jeffrey fluid through a flexible porous duct under oblique magnetic field: Application in biomimetic pumps for hazardous materials (2024)
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Ajithkumar, M., Kuharat, S., Anwar Bég, O., Sucharitha, G., & Lakshminarayana, P. (in press). Catalytic effects on peristaltic flow of Jeffrey fluid through a flexible porous duct under oblique magnetic field: Application in biomimetic pumps for hazardous materials. Thermal Science and Engineering Progress,

Homogenous and heterogeneous reactions play an essential role in polymer production, combustion, ceramic production, catalysis, distillation, and biochemical procedures. As a result of this advancement, a mathematical model is developed to examine th... Read More about Catalytic effects on peristaltic flow of Jeffrey fluid through a flexible porous duct under oblique magnetic field: Application in biomimetic pumps for hazardous materials.

University makes me angry: Investigating stimulus-response (S-R) and cognitive-mediation (C-M) emotion beliefs in undergraduate students (2024)
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Turner, M. J., Boatwright, D., Evans, A. L., Garip, G., Chandler, C., Chadha, N. J., & Wood, A. G. (in press). University makes me angry: Investigating stimulus-response (S-R) and cognitive-mediation (C-M) emotion beliefs in undergraduate students. PloS one, 19(2), e0294777. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0294777

Emotion regulation through cognitive reappraisal is well-studied, but less so are the predispositional and superordinate beliefs that influence reappraisal. Recently, researchers developed the cognitive mediation beliefs questionnaire (CMBQ), which m... Read More about University makes me angry: Investigating stimulus-response (S-R) and cognitive-mediation (C-M) emotion beliefs in undergraduate students.

Coupling remote sensing and eDNA to monitor environmental impact: A pilot to quantify the environmental benefits of sustainable agriculture in the Brazilian Amazon (2024)
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Dyson, K., Nicolau, A. P., Tenneson, K., Francesconi, W., Daniels, A., Andrich, G., …Saah, D. (in press). Coupling remote sensing and eDNA to monitor environmental impact: A pilot to quantify the environmental benefits of sustainable agriculture in the Brazilian Amazon. PloS one, 19(2), e0289437. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0289437

Monitoring is essential to ensure that environmental goals are being achieved, including those of sustainable agriculture. Growing interest in environmental monitoring provides an opportunity to improve monitoring practices. Approaches that directly... Read More about Coupling remote sensing and eDNA to monitor environmental impact: A pilot to quantify the environmental benefits of sustainable agriculture in the Brazilian Amazon.

Predicting animal abundance through local ecological knowledge: An internal validation using consensus analysis (2024)
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Braga‐Pereira, F., Mayor, P., Morcatty, T. Q., Pérez‐Peña, P. E., Bowler, M. T., de Mattos Vieira, M. A. R., …El Bizri, H. R. (in press). Predicting animal abundance through local ecological knowledge: An internal validation using consensus analysis. People and Nature, https://doi.org/10.1002/pan3.10587

Given the ongoing environmental degradation from local to global scales, it is fundamental to develop more efficient means of gathering data on species and ecosystems. Local ecological knowledge, in which local communities can consistently provide in... Read More about Predicting animal abundance through local ecological knowledge: An internal validation using consensus analysis.

An exploration of factors involved in the roll out of a digital application in breast services: A case study approach (2024)
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Mercer, C., Hargreaves, S., & Szczepura, K. (2024). An exploration of factors involved in the roll out of a digital application in breast services: A case study approach. Radiography, 30(2), 666-672. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radi.2024.02.002

Acceptance of new technologies in health care, by those who use them as part of their role, is challenging with confounding contextual factors surrounding the acceptance of technology. As healthcare is rapidly digitising, stakeholder groups should be... Read More about An exploration of factors involved in the roll out of a digital application in breast services: A case study approach.

Uni- and tri-axial tests and property characterization for thermomechanical effect on hydrated lime modified asphalt concrete (2024)
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Al-Ashaibi, A., Wang, Y., Albayati, A., Weekes, L., & Haynes, J. (2024). Uni- and tri-axial tests and property characterization for thermomechanical effect on hydrated lime modified asphalt concrete. Construction and Building Materials, 418, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2024.135307

Permanent deformation, fatigue and thermal cracking are the three typical distresses of flexible pavement. Using hydrated lime (HL) into the conventional limestone mineral additive has been widely practiced, including in Europe, to improve the mechan... Read More about Uni- and tri-axial tests and property characterization for thermomechanical effect on hydrated lime modified asphalt concrete.