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      Kailash (1996)
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      Kailash (1990)
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      Kailash (1981)
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    • Background Paper: Politics and Interactive Media in Kenya 

      Mitullah, Winnie V.; Mudhai, Okoth Fred; Mwangi, Sammy (CGHR, Dept. of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, 2015-06-23)
      This background paper provides an overview of the history and context of interactive media and public opinion in Kenya. It is intended to contextualise and inform the study, Politics and Interactive Media in Africa (PiMA), ...
    • Background Paper: Politics and Interactive Media in Zambia 

      Simutanyi, Neo; Fraser, Alastair; Milapo, Nalukui (CGHR, Dept. of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, 2015-06-23)
      This background paper provides an overview of the history and context of interactive media and public opinion in Zambia. It is prepared as part of Politics and Interactive Media in Africa (PiMA) - a collaborative study ...
    • Backwards in Retrospect 

      Lewens, T. (Springer, 2014)
    • Bacterial growth, detachment and cell size control on polyethylene terephthalate surfaces 

      Wang, Liyun; Fan, Daming; Chen, Wei; Terentjev, Eugene (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-10-14)
      In medicine and food industry, bacterial colonisation on surfaces is a common cause of infections and severe illnesses. However, the detailed quantitative information about the dynamics and the mechanisms involved in ...
    • Bacterial Hydrodynamics 

      Lauga, Eric (Annual Reviews, 2016)
      Bacteria predate plants and animals by billions of years. Today, they are the world’s smallest cells, yet they represent the bulk of the world’s biomass and the main reservoir of nutrients for higher organisms. Most ...