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Virtual Eyam Experience (2024)
Digital Artefact
Greene, L., Cooper-Ryan, A., & Chambers, D. (2024). Virtual Eyam Experience. [Website]

A virtual experience depicting the plague village, Eyam in Derbyshire. The experience is set in 1665 and it tells the story from the villager's perspective. It outlines their response to the plague outbreak and narrative from people who lived there a... Read More about Virtual Eyam Experience.

Reimagining Legal Education in the Age of Generative AI (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Smith, C. (2024, May). Reimagining Legal Education in the Age of Generative AI. Paper presented at Reimagining Legal Education in the Age of Generative AI, University of Birmingham

Birmingham Law School would like to invite you to a workshop looking at how legal education can respond to the rise of generative AI.

Modeling and Analysis of MHD Free Convective Thermo-Solutal Transport in Casson Fluid Flow with Radiative Heat Flux (2024)
Journal Article
Sowmiya, C., Rushi Kumar, B., Anwar Bég, O., & Kuharat, S. (2024). Modeling and Analysis of MHD Free Convective Thermo-Solutal Transport in Casson Fluid Flow with Radiative Heat Flux. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10973-024-13115-6

This research paper presents a novel mathematical model aimed at exploring practical applications in oscillating MHD generators and near-wall flows using Casson fluid. The purpose of this study is to develop a mathematical model that specifically add... Read More about Modeling and Analysis of MHD Free Convective Thermo-Solutal Transport in Casson Fluid Flow with Radiative Heat Flux.

Global Overview of Environmental Enrichment Studies: What Has Been Done and Future Directions (2024)
Journal Article
Bachetti, É. D. S., Viol, L. Y., Viana-Junior, A. B., Young, R. J., & de Azevedo, C. S. (2024). Global Overview of Environmental Enrichment Studies: What Has Been Done and Future Directions. Animals, 14(11), 1613. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani14111613

(1) Background: Environmental enrichment (EE) is a management principle aimed at meeting the needs of animals under human care by identifying and providing essential environmental stimuli to contribute to the integrity of their psychological and phys... Read More about Global Overview of Environmental Enrichment Studies: What Has Been Done and Future Directions.

Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of energy utilisation behaviours: A study of residential building occupants (2024)
Journal Article
Tilde, A. I., & Fernando, N. (2024). Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of energy utilisation behaviours: A study of residential building occupants. Built Environment Project and Asset Management, 14(3), 349-365. https://doi.org/10.1108/bepam-01-2023-0008

Purpose (limit 100 words) This study aims to assess residential energy consumption knowledge, attitudes, and practices in Abuja Municipality, providing insights for effective conservation strategies, reducing costs and mitigating environmental impact... Read More about Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of energy utilisation behaviours: A study of residential building occupants.

Exploring the key risk factors impeding the performance of highway construction projects: An evidence from Nigeria (2024)
Journal Article
Akoh, S., Sun, M., Ogunlana, S., & Mahmud, A. (2024). Exploring the key risk factors impeding the performance of highway construction projects: An evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Facilities Management, https://doi.org/10.1108/jfm-05-2023-0052

Purpose (limit 100 words) Construction projects, and particularly highway infrastructures, are known to be major contributors to the socio-economic growth of developing countries. However, these types of projects are infamous for being highly risky,... Read More about Exploring the key risk factors impeding the performance of highway construction projects: An evidence from Nigeria.

Experiences of Alcohol Use and Harm among Travellers, Roma, and Gypsies: A Participatory Qualitative Study (2024)
Journal Article
Condon, L., Hargreaves, S. C., Barry, D., Curejova, J., Morgan, D. L., Worrall, S., …Price, M. (2024). Experiences of Alcohol Use and Harm among Travellers, Roma, and Gypsies: A Participatory Qualitative Study. Health and Social Care in the Community, 2024, https://doi.org/10.1155/2024/9020329

Alcohol is widely used in many cultures as part of everyday life and for special occasions. It is a leading cause of preventable death in the UK, with higher rates among socioeconomically disadvantaged people. Gypsies and Travellers are ethnic and cu... Read More about Experiences of Alcohol Use and Harm among Travellers, Roma, and Gypsies: A Participatory Qualitative Study.

Lunar-linked biorhythms in the immune system of freshwater three-spined stickleback (2024)
Journal Article
Jackson, J. A., Stewart, A., & Cable, J. (in press). Lunar-linked biorhythms in the immune system of freshwater three-spined stickleback. #Journal not on list, 3, https://doi.org/10.1093/discim/kyae007

Immune responses are widely accepted to be under circadian regulation via a molecular clock, with many practical consequences, but much less is known of how other biorhythms could affect the immune system. In this study we search for lunar rhythms (c... Read More about Lunar-linked biorhythms in the immune system of freshwater three-spined stickleback.

Extreme genetic depletion upon postglacial colonization hampers determining the provenance of introduced palmate newt populations (2024)
Journal Article
Elfering, R., Mannix, S., Allain, S., Ambu, J., Crochet, P., van Doorn, L., …Wielstra, B. (2024). Extreme genetic depletion upon postglacial colonization hampers determining the provenance of introduced palmate newt populations. Amphibia-Reptilia, 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1163/15685381-bja10181

MtDNA barcoding is regularly applied to determine the provenance of invasive species. Variation in spatial genetic structuring across a species’ range, typically high within glacial refugia and low in postglacially colonized areas, influences the pre... Read More about Extreme genetic depletion upon postglacial colonization hampers determining the provenance of introduced palmate newt populations.

Towards a trauma-informed social security system in the UK (2024)
Journal Article
Scullion, L., Curchin, K., Young, D., Martin, P., Hynes, C., & Pardoe, J. (in press). Towards a trauma-informed social security system in the UK. Journal of Social Security Law,

Trauma-informed care (TIC) applies trauma theory to the design of social and health services, to promote client engagement and avoid inadvertently harming clients with trauma histories. Various services across the UK have been increasingly embracing... Read More about Towards a trauma-informed social security system in the UK.

Assessing the gut microbiome and the influence of host genetics on a critically endangered primate, the northern muriqui ( Brachyteles hypoxanthus ) (2024)
Journal Article
Guimaraes Sales, N., da Cruz Kaizer, M., Browett, S. S., Gabriel, S. I., & McDevitt, A. D. (2024). Assessing the gut microbiome and the influence of host genetics on a critically endangered primate, the northern muriqui ( Brachyteles hypoxanthus ). Environmental DNA, 6(3), e559. https://doi.org/10.1002/edn3.559

The Northern muriqui (Brachyteles hypoxanthus) is one of the world's most critically endangered primates, with only ~1000 mature individuals remaining in the wild. Habitat loss and hunting have led to its sharp decline, making conservation efforts cr... Read More about Assessing the gut microbiome and the influence of host genetics on a critically endangered primate, the northern muriqui ( Brachyteles hypoxanthus ).

Just Fun and Games? A Sociological Consideration of Fun in Video Games (2024)
Journal Article
Crawford, G., & Brock, T. (2024). Just Fun and Games? A Sociological Consideration of Fun in Video Games. Games and Culture, https://doi.org/10.1177/15554120241254876

The concept of “fun” is widely used within the game design and game studies literature, and is frequently highlighted as a key component of good game design, as well as a key factor in why people play games. However, it is a term rarely unpacked, and... Read More about Just Fun and Games? A Sociological Consideration of Fun in Video Games.

Refining neural network algorithms for accurate brain tumor classification in MRI imagery (2024)
Journal Article
Alshuhail, A., Thakur, A., Chandramma, R., Mahesh, T. R., Almusharraf, A., Vinoth Kumar, V., & Khan, S. B. (in press). Refining neural network algorithms for accurate brain tumor classification in MRI imagery. BMC Medical Imaging, 24(1), 118. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12880-024-01285-6

Brain tumor diagnosis using MRI scans poses significant challenges due to the complex nature of tumor appearances and variations. Traditional methods often require extensive manual intervention and are prone to human error, leading to misdiagnosis an... Read More about Refining neural network algorithms for accurate brain tumor classification in MRI imagery.

Simulation of magneto-nano-bioconvective coating flow with blowing and multiple slip effects (2024)
Journal Article
Anwar Bég, O., Kumar, D., Uddin, M. J., Alim, M. A., & Bég, T. A. (in press). Simulation of magneto-nano-bioconvective coating flow with blowing and multiple slip effects. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part N: Journal of Nanoengineering and Nanosystems,

The phenomenon of bioconvecton due to motile microorganism swimming patterns has been found to be a beneficial mechanism in many biological processes and microdevices. Inducing convective transport in self-propelling microbes has been successfully us... Read More about Simulation of magneto-nano-bioconvective coating flow with blowing and multiple slip effects.

Computation of rheological nanofluid coating boundary layer transport with convective wall heating (2024)
Journal Article
Uddin, M. J., Bég, O. A., & Kuharat, S. (in press). Computation of rheological nanofluid coating boundary layer transport with convective wall heating. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part N: Journal of Nanoengineering and Nanosystems,

Non-Newtonian nanofluids offer significant advantages in thermal enhancement in a variety of applications including in numerous areas of engineering including solar collectors and nano-coating manufacturing processes. When combined with porous media,... Read More about Computation of rheological nanofluid coating boundary layer transport with convective wall heating.

Evaluation of a hybrid student placement counselling service (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Viliardos, L., & Roddy, J. (2024, May). Evaluation of a hybrid student placement counselling service. Paper presented at 30th BACP International Research Conference 2024 Enriching research, practice and policy with lived experience, Birmingham

The paper discusses a service evaluation of one TRaCCs clinic. The [anonymised for review] clinic has been collecting client data since September 2021 when all clients were seen remotely. Since 2022, the clinics have provided a hybrid service where... Read More about Evaluation of a hybrid student placement counselling service.