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    • Common envelope ejection for a luminous red nova in M101 

      Blagorodnova, N; Kotak, R; Polshaw, J; Kasliwal, MM; Cao, Y; Cody, AM; Doran, GB et al. (IOP Science, 2017-01-10)
      We present the results of optical, near-infrared, and mid-infrared observations of M101 OT2015-1 (PSN J14021678+5426205), a luminous red transient in the Pinwheel galaxy (M101), spanning a total of 16 years. The light curve ...
    • Newly-discovered Neanderthal remains from Shanidar Cave, Iraqi Kurdistan, and their attribution to Shanidar 5 

      Pomeroy, E; Mirazon Lahr, Marta Beatriz; Crivellaro, F; Farr, Lucy Rebecca; Hunt, CO; Reynolds, T; Barker, Graeme William (Elsevier, 2017-10)
      The Neanderthal remains from Shanidar Cave, excavated between 1951 and 1960, have played a central role in debates concerning diverse aspects of Neanderthal morphology and behavior. In 2015 and 2016, renewed excavations ...
    • Predicting the pore-filling ratio in lumen-impregnated wood 

      Wu, Guanglu; Shah, Darshil Upendra; Janecek, E; Burridge, H; Reynolds, T; Fleming, P; Linden, Paul Frederick et al.
      Lumen impregnation, unlike most other wood modification methods, is typically assessed by the pore-filling ratio (PFR) (i.e. the fraction of luminal porosity filled) rather than by weight percentage gain (WPG). During lumen ...
    • Prelude: the future of structural bamboo 

      Ramage, M; Sharma, B; Gatoo, A; Konstantatou, M; Reynolds, T; Fereday, G; Fleming, P et al. (2015-08-17)
      Prelude demonstrates the possibilities for engineered bamboo in structural applications. Our pavilion is composed of a spiral pathway that cantilevers from the base and embodies the function of the Muziekgebouw through a ...
    • The wood from the trees: The use of timber in construction 

      Ramage, MH; Burridge, H; Busse-Wicher, M; Fereday, G; Reynolds, T; Shah, Darshil Upendra; Wu, Guanglu et al. (2017-02-01)
      © 2016 The AuthorsTrees, and their derivative products, have been used by societies around the world for thousands of years. Contemporary construction of tall buildings from timber, in whole or in part, suggests a growing ...