• 100 years of metal coordination chemistry: from Alfred Werner to anticancer metallodrugs 

    Barry NPE and Sadler PJ (2014) 100 years of metal coordination chemistry: from Alfred Werner to anticancer metallodrugs. Pure and Applied Chemistry. 86(12): 1897-1910.
    Alfred Werner was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry just over 100 years ago. We recall briefly the era in which he was working, his co-workers, and the equipment he used in his laboratories. His ideas were ground breaking: ...
  • (137)Cs concentrations in foliose lichens within Tsukuba-city as a reflection of radioactive fallout from the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant accident 

    Ohmura, Y., Matsukura, K., Abe, J. P., Hosaka, K., Tamaoki, M., Dohi, T., Kakishima, M. and Seaward, M. R. (2015) (137)Cs concentrations in foliose lichens within Tsukuba-city as a reflection of radioactive fallout from the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant accident. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 141: 38-43.
    (137)Cs concentrations in ten species of foliose lichens collected within Tsukuba-city in August 2013 ranged from 1.7 to 35 kBq/kg. The relationships between (137)Cs in two dominant species, Dirinaria applanata and Physcia ...
  • 1D vs. 2D shape selectivity in the crystallization-driven self-assembly of polylactide block copolymers 

    Inam M, Cambridge G, Pitto-Barry A, Laker ZPL, Wilson NR, Mathers RT, Dove AP and O'Reilly RK (2017) 1D vs. 2D shape selectivity in the crystallization-driven self-assembly of polylactide block copolymers. Chemical Science. 8(6): 4223-4230.
    2D materials such as graphene, LAPONITE® clays or molybdenum disulfide nanosheets are of extremely high interest to the materials community as a result of their high surface area and controllable surface properties. While ...
  • 2001 Review Conference: Concensus Broken 

    BTWC Video Briefings, Distance Learning Module 2, No. 5. 2001. [Video]. 2001 Review Conference: Concensus Broken. Presented by Sims, N.A. and filmed by Whitby, S. Bradford, Bradford Disarmament Research Centre, Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford.
    In this video Nicholas A. Sims describes what it was that broke the consensus at the Fifth Review Conference of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.
  • 2001 Review Conference: The Future - What can be done? 

    BTWC Video Briefings, Distance Learning Module 2, No. 7. 2001. [Video]. 2001 Review Conference: The Future - What can be done? Presented by Sims, N.A. and filmed by Whitby, S. Bradford, Bradford Disarmament Research Centre, Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford.
    In this final Review Conference Video Nicholas A. Sims describes strategies that both governmenal and non-governmental groups might adopt prior to the reconveneing of the Review Conference process in November 2002.
  • 2001 Review Conference: The Future of the Ad Hoc Group 

    BTWC Video Briefings, Distance Learning Module 2, No. 6. 2001. [Video]. The Future: What can be done? Presented by Sims, N.A. and filmed by Whitby, S. Bradford, Bradford Disarmament Research Centre, Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford.
    For the past 7 seven years the so-called Ad Hoc Group had been mandated to negotiate a legally binding verification and compliance Protocol to strengthen the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention. In this video we asked ...
  • 2016-2017 Chemistry Newsletter 

    Chemistry Newsletter (2017) University of Bradford, Department of Chemistry. 1(1)
    This is the first issue of a newsletter issued by the Chemistry staff at the University of Bradford. The first issue reflects both the semester gone and the new year ahead. Edited by Dr T Swift with articles from both staff ...
  • 25 years of Psychology & Marketing: a multidimensional review 

    Shabbir, H. A., Reast, Jon, Palihawadana, Dayananda (2009) 25 years of Psychology & Marketing: a multidimensional review. Psychology and Marketing, 26 (12), 1031-1065.
    The first issue of Psychology & Marketing was published in 1984. The journal was conceived as a forum for academics and practitioners in psychology, marketing, and related fields to engage in an exchange of scholarly ...
  • 3D and multimedia on the information superhighway. 

    Earnshaw, R. A. (1997). 3D and multimedia on the information superhighway. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications. Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 30-31
    What has generated the unprecedented fascination with the Internet? What future lies ahead for computing as the Internet and its associated infrastructure expand? Will the network be able to cope with rising demands ...
  • 3D computational fluid dynamics study of a drying process in a can making industry 

    Tanthadiloke S, Chankerd W, Suwatthikul A et al. (2016) 3D computational fluid dynamics study of a drying process in a can making industry. Applied Thermal Engineering. 109(Part A): 87-98.
    In the drying process of a can making industry, the drying efficiency of a thermal drying oven can be improved by adjusting the volumetric air flow rate of the blower. To maximize drying efficiency, an optimal flow rate ...
  • 3D data modelling and processing using partial differential equations. 

    Ugail, H. (2007). 3D data modelling and processing using partial differential equations. Advances and Applications of Dezert-Smarandache Theory for Plausible and Paradoxical Reasoning for Information Fusion. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (ed.), pp. 54--58.
    In this paper we discuss techniques for 3D data modelling and processing where the data are usually provided as point clouds which arise from 3D scanning devices. The particular approaches we adopt in modelling 3D data ...
  • 3D face recognition based on machine learning 

    Qatawneh, S., Ipson, S., Qahwaji, R. S. R. and Ugail, H. (2008). 3D face recognition based on machine learning. In: Villanueva, J.J. (ed.) Proceedings of the Eighth IASTED International Conference on Visualization, Imaging and Image Processing (VIIP 2008) September 1-3, 2008, Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Calgary: Acta Press. pp. 362-366.
    3D facial data has a great potential for overcoming the problems of illumination and pose variation in face recognition. In this paper, we present a 3D facial system based on the machine learning. We used landmarks for ...
  • 3D facial data fitting using the biharmonic equation 

    Ugail, H. (2006) 3D facial data fitting using the biharmonic equation. In: Villanueva, J. J. (ed.) Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Visualization, Imaging and Image Processing, (VIIP 2006) August 28-30, 2006 Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Calgary: Acta Press. pp. 302-307.
    This paper discusses how a boundary-based surface fitting approach can be utilised to smoothly reconstruct a given human face where the scan data corresponding to the face is provided. In particular, the paper discusses ...
  • 3D facial data fitting using the biharmonic equation. 

    Ugail, H. (2006). 3D facial data fitting using the biharmonic equation. In: Villanueva, J. J. (ed.). Visualization, Imaging and Image Processing. Calgary: ACTA Press, pp. 302-307. ISBN: 0-88986-598-1.
    This paper discusses how a boundary-based surface fitting approach can be utilised to smoothly reconstruct a given human face where the scan data corresponding to the face is provided. In particular, the paper discusses ...
  • 3D Facial Feature Extraction and Recognition. An investigation of 3D face recognition: correction and normalisation of the facial data, extraction of facial features and classification using machine learning techniques. 

    Face recognition research using automatic or semi-automatic techniques has emerged over the last two decades. One reason for growing interest in this topic is the wide range of possible applications for face recognition ...
  • 3D modeling of magnetic field lines using SOHO/MDI magnetogram images 

    Colak T, Qahwaji RSR, Ipson SS and Ugail H (2009) 3D modeling of magnetic field lines using SOHO/MDI magnetogram images. In: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies. RAST ’09. 11-13 Jun 2009, Istanbul, Turkey. 685-689.
    Solar images, along with other observational data, are very important for solar physicists and space weather researchers aiming to understand the way the Sun works and affects Earth. In this study a 3D modelling technique ...
  • 3D printing of medicines: Engineering novel oral devices with unique design and drug release characteristics 

    Goyanes A, Wang J, Buanz ABM, Martinez-Pacheco R, Telford R, Gaisford S and Basit AW (2015) 3D printing of medicines: Engineering novel oral devices with unique design and drug release characteristics. Molecular Pharmaceutics. 12(11): 3783-4174.
    Three dimensional printing (3DP) was used to engineer novel oral drug delivery devices, with specialised design configurations loaded with multiple actives, with applications in personalised medicine. A filament extruder ...
  • 3D structural investigation of solid dosage forms 

    Yin X, Wu L, He Y et al (2015) 3D structural investigation of solid dosage forms. In: Ouyang D and Smith SC (Eds.) Computational Pharmaceutics. Application of Molecular Modeling in Drug Delivery. Chichester, UK: Wiley: 235-262.
  • 3D Virtual Community Building Applications in PANIVE Architecture 

    Flerackers C, Chilton N, Earnshaw RA, Lamotte W and Van Reeth F (2000) 3D Virtual Community Building Applications in the PANIVE Architecture. In: Digital Media: The Future by Vince JA and Earnshaw RA (Eds.) London: Springer-Verlag: 268-280.
    PANIVE (PC-based Architecture Networked Interactive Virtual Environments) is an extensible architecture in which various networked virtual environment applications can be realized. This chapter describes our efforts in ...
  • 3M COBAN 2 Compression made easy. 

    Vowden, K., Vowden, P., Partsch, H. and Treadwell, T. (2011a) 3M COBAN 2 Compression made easy. Wounds International., 2.