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Silva CMS: add a publications feed from Discovery | Information Services Division - UCL – University College Londonhttps://www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/how-to/silva-cms-add-publications-feed-discovery
Instructions. This code source is used to generate a UCL branded Research Publication lists, using the user's UPI. ... below. Please note: We can only respond to UCL email addresses. Help us improve this page.
Welcome to open access at UCL. Use the links below to find out about open access, and the support available to researchers at UCL. ... You can find open access publications in UCL Discovery, UCL's open access repository. UCL Press, UCL's publishing
Equipment for Device Preparation and Characterisation | INSTITUTE FOR MATERIALS DISCOVERY - UCL – University College Londonhttps://www.ucl.ac.uk/institute-for-materials-discovery/facilities/device-preparation-and-characterisation
Equipment for Device Preparation and Characterisation. LABstar Glove Box Workstation . 850-NB, Nitrogen Dry Box . Oriel Sol1A Class ABB Solar Simulators. Multi-channel potentiostat
Drug Discovery 2 (MEDC0048).
PhD Students. The Institute for Materials Discovery hosts PhD projects in advanced materials spanning applications including healthcare, aerospace, transport and clean energy. ... Elizabeth Ellis. Synthesising new types of biocompatible soft
Metamaterials and plasmonic materials | INSTITUTE FOR MATERIALS DISCOVERY - UCL – University College Londonhttps://www.ucl.ac.uk/institute-for-materials-discovery/research/nanomaterials/metamaterials
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PhD in Material Science, Oxford University. Contact. email: email@example.com. ... For more information, please visit his UCL iris Page and his group page.
See also items about this paper on UCL News, the News and Views in Nature and Making the paper in Nature. ... Abrahams, D. 6th Edition, Vol 2: Drug Discovery and Drug Development, Chapter 11, 357– 405.
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Stone tool discovery pushes back dawn of culture by 700,000 years | UCL News - UCL – University College Londonhttps://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2015/may/stone-tool-discovery-pushes-back-dawn-culture-700000-years
Stone tool discovery pushes back dawn of culture by 700, 000 years. ... 20 May 2015. Professor Fred Spoor (UCL Cell &Developmental Biology) says the discovery of the oldest known stone tools is "a very important find" and that he is impressed by the