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The effect of mouthguard use on ventilatory response to submaximal exercise
Presentation / Conference
Marsh, C., & Manders, J. The effect of mouthguard use on ventilatory response to submaximal exercise. Poster presented at British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) Conference 2013, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

Mouthguards are used in a number of sporting activities to help protect against dental damage. Despite the protective benefits of wearing a mouthguard, it is possible that their use may impair oral breathing during exercise, and some sports person... Read More about The effect of mouthguard use on ventilatory response to submaximal exercise.

Knee valgus angle during single leg squat and landing in patellofemoral pain patients and controls
Journal Article
Herrington, L. Knee valgus angle during single leg squat and landing in patellofemoral pain patients and controls. The Knee, 21(2), 514-517. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.knee.2013.11.011

Background: Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is a commonly presenting disorder of the lower limb, frequently effecting young physically active individuals particularly females. The condition has been associated with poor control of limb alignment while unde... Read More about Knee valgus angle during single leg squat and landing in patellofemoral pain patients and controls.

The aesthetics of intermedial interactivity
Presentation / Conference
Scott, J. The aesthetics of intermedial interactivity. Presented at International Society for Intermedial Studies Conference #2, Utrecht University

This paper places Gareth White’s (2013) theories around the ‘aesthetics’ of participation in relation to an interactive intermedial space in order to propose the distinct ‘aesthetics of intermedial interactivity’. White’s definition of ‘participation... Read More about The aesthetics of intermedial interactivity.

Isolation and characterization of a glycosaminoglycan with anticancer activity
Thesis
Ogundipe, O. (in press). Isolation and characterization of a glycosaminoglycan with anticancer activity. (Thesis). University of Salford

Glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) are a family of complex mixture of linear polysaccharides that are present in both vertebrates and invertebrates. This polysaccharide plays important roles in physiological and pathological conditions, including cancer. In t... Read More about Isolation and characterization of a glycosaminoglycan with anticancer activity.

Psychosocial conditions in a large public sector organisation during ‘austerity’ : what’s the real problem?
Presentation / Conference
Hudson, J. Psychosocial conditions in a large public sector organisation during ‘austerity’ : what’s the real problem?. Poster presented at British Psychological Society Conference, Liverpool

Objectives: Numerous psychosocial work stressors, such as excessive demands or insufficient manager support, have been linked with negative psychological health outcomes. However, if employers are to tackle stress-related issues, they need to know w... Read More about Psychosocial conditions in a large public sector organisation during ‘austerity’ : what’s the real problem?.

The effects of TCO properties on all-electrodeposited CdS/CdTe PV solar cells
Presentation / Conference
Yates, H., Sheel, D., Dharmadasa, I., Echendu, O., & Fauzi, F. The effects of TCO properties on all-electrodeposited CdS/CdTe PV solar cells. Presented at PVSAT-9 9th Photovoltaic Science, Applications and Technology Conference, Swansea, UK

There is increased drive to produce renewable clean energy sources, which has led in recent years to the rapid rise of alternatives such as solar PV technology. For a commercially viable product, the PV cells must be of high efficiency along with the... Read More about The effects of TCO properties on all-electrodeposited CdS/CdTe PV solar cells.

Audio information extraction from arbitrary sound recordings
Presentation / Conference
Duncan, P., Mohammed, D., & Li, F. Audio information extraction from arbitrary sound recordings. Presented at 22nd International Congress on Sound and Vibration (ICSV22), Florence, Italy

Numerous archives of entertainment soundtracks and other recordings such as environmental noise samples have imposed a big data challenge in audio related industries. This necessitates the use of machine audition and retrieval tools to extract semant... Read More about Audio information extraction from arbitrary sound recordings.

Project management leadership progression : a conceptual framework for Abu Dhabi
Thesis
Al Shaiba Khamis Abdulla Al Sheryani, Y. (in press). Project management leadership progression : a conceptual framework for Abu Dhabi. (Thesis). University of Salford

The government of Abu Dhabi made a decision to change the focus of the government from executer of the project to manager of projects in 2008. More and more work was sub-contracted and government departments just project managed the operations. Due t... Read More about Project management leadership progression : a conceptual framework for Abu Dhabi.

Well yeah
Other
Davismoon, S. (in press). Well yeah. [Digital Soundfiles]

A fixed-medium sound-art work premiered simultaneously at MCUK Salford and Columbia College Chicago February 2014 by way of live online streaming software LoLa.

An overconstrained eight-bar linkage and its associated fulleroid-like deployable platonic mechanisms
Presentation / Conference
Wei, G., & Dai, J. An overconstrained eight-bar linkage and its associated fulleroid-like deployable platonic mechanisms. Presented at 2014 Conference proceedings of Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, 38th Mechanisms and Robotics Conference Buffalo, New York, USA

This paper for the first time presents an overconstrained spatial eight-bar linkage and its application to the synthesis of a group of Fulleroid-like deployable Platonic mechanisms. Structure of the proposed eight-bar linkage is introduced, and const... Read More about An overconstrained eight-bar linkage and its associated fulleroid-like deployable platonic mechanisms.

Place/Displace : Solo exhibition
Exhibition / Performance
Randall, J. (2014). Place/Displace : Solo exhibition. [Sculpture, prints]. (Unpublished)

Jill Randall’s work is firmly rooted in contemporary sculpture practice, making and materiality. Conceptually driven, her work incorporates sculpture, prints, video and drawings and often responds to a particular site or place. It also exploits the s... Read More about Place/Displace : Solo exhibition.

Biomechanical evaluation of distance running during training and competition
Thesis
Bridgman, C. (in press). Biomechanical evaluation of distance running during training and competition. (Thesis). University of Salford

Middle-distance athletes are faced with a unique challenge to generate high running velocities (between 6.00 and 8.00 m∙s-1) while making movements as economical as possible (Williams & Cavanagh, 1987). Research suggests that 54% of the variation in... Read More about Biomechanical evaluation of distance running during training and competition.

Thrones
Other
Davismoon, S. (in press). Thrones

Evaluation of the usefulness of laminated layer anigens in the serological follow up of cystic echinococcosis in humans
Thesis
Okiti, O. (in press). Evaluation of the usefulness of laminated layer anigens in the serological follow up of cystic echinococcosis in humans. (Thesis). University of Salford

Cystic Echinococcosis is a zoonotic infection of humans caused by the metacestode(larval) stages of the cestode Echinococcus granulosus (family Taeniidae). Diagnosis of the infection often involves immunodiagnostic approaches using cyst fluid antig... Read More about Evaluation of the usefulness of laminated layer anigens in the serological follow up of cystic echinococcosis in humans.