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  • Infrastructure as a Complex Adaptive System 

    Oughton, Edward J.; Usher, Will; Tyler, Peter; Hall, Jim W. (2018-11-04)
    National infrastructure systems spanning energy, transport, digital, waste, and water are well recognised as complex and interdependent. While some policy makers have been keen to adopt the narrative of complexity, the ...
  • Using Accelerometers to Measure Physical Activity in Older Patients Admitted to Hospital 

    Hartley, Peter; Keevil, Victoria L.; Westgate, Kate; White, Tom; Brage, Søren; Romero-Ortuno, Roman; Deaton, Christi (2018-10-18)
    Background. Low levels of physical activity in older patients during hospitalization have been linked to loss of functional ability. Practical methods of measuring physical activity are needed to better understand this ...
  • Technoeconomic Distribution Network Planning Using Smart Grid Techniques with Evolutionary Self-Healing Network States 

    Nieto-Martin, Jesus; Kipouros, Timoleon; Savill, Mark; Woodruff, Jennifer; Butans, Jevgenijs (2018-10-10)
    The transition to a secure low-carbon system is raising a set of uncertainties when planning the path to a reliable decarbonised supply. The electricity sector is committing large investments in the transmission and ...
  • How Supraphysiological Oxygen Levels in Standard Cell Culture Affect Oxygen-Consuming Reactions 

    Stuart, Jeffrey A.; Fonseca, Joao; Moradi, Fereshteh; Cunningham, Cassandra; Seliman, Bishoy; Worsfold, Cydney R.; Dolan, Sarah et al. (2018-09-30)
    Most mammalian tissue cells experience oxygen partial pressures in vivo equivalent to 1–6% O2 (i.e., physioxia). In standard cell culture, however, headspace O2 levels are usually not actively regulated and under these ...

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