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Match made in heaven. (2005)
Journal Article
MACLEOD, C. 2005. Match made in heaven. Electronics world, 111, Article 1826, pages 20-22.

In this article, the interface between biotechnology, nanotechnology and microelectronics is discussed. In particular, how proteins or other active organic agents may be bound onto silicon wafers. The article also discusses the applications of such s... Read More about Match made in heaven..

The impact of new technology on the communication of parliamentary information. (2005)
Journal Article
MARCELLA, R., BAXTER, G. and MOORE, N. 2005. The impact of new technology on the communication of parliamentary information. Journal of nonprofit and public sector marketing [online], 14(1-2), pages 185-203. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1300/J054v14n01_11

This article discusses the results of an exploratory study, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, which investigated the impact of technology on the communication of parliamentary information to the general public in the United Kingdom.... Read More about The impact of new technology on the communication of parliamentary information..

Women in media and communication. (2005)
Report
MARCELLA, R., ILLINGWORTH, L., BAXTER, G. and SMITH, F. 2005. Women in media and communication. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University.

This ESF funded project sought, by examining a particular sector in depth, to improve understanding of best practice in implementing active gender equality policies from the perspective both of companies and the women they employ. Overall the project... Read More about Women in media and communication..

An evaluation of the first year of family health nursing practice in Scotland. (2005)
Journal Article
MACDUFF, C. and WEST, B.J.M. 2005. An evaluation of the first year of family health nursing practice in Scotland. International journal of nursing studies [online], 42(1), pages 47-59. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2004.05.003

Scotland has led enactment of the new World Health Organisation (Europe) Family Health Nurse (FHN) concept. This paper presents research which evaluated the initial operation and impact of the role in remote and rural regions of Scotland. Through use... Read More about An evaluation of the first year of family health nursing practice in Scotland..

High dimensional indexing for protein structure matching using bowties. (2005)
Conference Proceeding
HUANG, Z.H., ZHOU, X. and SONG, D. 2005. High dimensional indexing for protein structure matching using bowties. In Chen, Y.-P.P. and Wong, L. (eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd Asia-Pacific bioinformatics conference (APBC'05), 17-21 January 2005, Singapore. Advances in bioinformatics and computational biology, 1. London: Imperial College Press [online], pages 21-30. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1142/9781860947322_0003

For determining functionality dependencies between two proteins, both represented as 3D structures, it is an essential condition that they have a matching structure. As 3D structures for proteins are large, complex and constantly evolving, it is very... Read More about High dimensional indexing for protein structure matching using bowties..

A review of Web information seeking research: considerations of method and foci of interest. (2005)
Journal Article
MARTZOUKOU, K. 2005. A review of Web information seeking research: considerations of method and foci of interest. Information research [online], 10(2). Available from: http://www.informationr.net/ir/10-2/paper215.html

Introduction. This review shows that Web information seeking research suffers from inconsistencies in method and a lack of homogeneity in research foci. Background. Qualitative and quantitative methods are needed to produce a comprehensive view of in... Read More about A review of Web information seeking research: considerations of method and foci of interest..

Visual perception of content-prioritised sign language video quality. (2005)
Conference Proceeding
MUIR, L.J., RICHARDSON, I.E.G. and HAMILTON, K. 2005. Visual perception of content-prioritised sign language video quality. In Proceedings of the 2005 Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) international conference on visual information engineering (VIE 2005), 4-6 April 2005, Glasgow, UK.

Video communication systems currently provide poor quality and performance for deaf people using sign language, particularly at low bit rates. Our previous work, involving eye movement tracking experiments and analysis of visual attention mechanisms... Read More about Visual perception of content-prioritised sign language video quality..