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A4. Calculations on grain boundary diffusion (J.H. Harding; UCL). Calculations have been performed on grain boundary diffusion for a number of systems. ... Profs. Jones and Simons and F. Pratola of UCL Chemical Engineering, measured the forces required
Accessibility. Details of the accessibility of UCL buildings can be obtained from AccessAble. ... Further information can also be obtained from the UCL Student Support &Wellbeing team.
The Essex-Greenwich-London 2016 Workshop on Optimisation and Applied Mathematics, held at UCL, 7 June 2016. ... publications. The list from UCL Discovery or through my Google Scholar profile.
View the list on the UCL Discovery website: . Anandarajah, G and Pye, S and Usher, W and KESICKI, F and McGlade, C (2011) TIAM-UCL Global Model Documentation. ... An open access version is available from UCL Discovery. file. Shipworth, M (2011)
Self-propelling nanomotors and complex nonequilibrium systems | INSTITUTE FOR MATERIALS DISCOVERY - UCL – University College Londonhttps://www.ucl.ac.uk/institute-for-materials-discovery/research/nanomaterials/nanometers
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Drug discovery collaboration on inclusion body myositis | UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - UCL – University College Londonhttps://www.ucl.ac.uk/ion/news/2009/jul/drug-discovery-collaboration-inclusion-body-myositis
Drug discovery collaboration on inclusion body myositis. 2 July 2009. The UCL MRC Centre for Neuromuscular Diseases (CNMD) based at Queen Square, Senexis Limited, and the Oxford MRC Functional Genomics ... We now look forward to being able to accelerate
Discovery and Discoverability. Discovery and Discoverability: New ideas, techniques and products.
vision of a smartphone-connected diagnostic test for infectious diseases that integrates advances in biomarker discovery, microfluidics, nanosensors, microelectronics and nanoparticles. ... The university is based in Bloomsbury in the heart of London,
Eisai pharmaceuticals and UCL form drug discovery alliance | UCL News - UCL – University College Londonhttps://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2012/dec/eisai-pharmaceuticals-and-ucl-form-drug-discovery-alliance
UCL and the Japanese pharmaceutical company Eisai, have entered into a new agreement to establish a major drug discovery and development collaboration today. ... UCL and Eisai will form a Therapeutic Innovation Group (TIG) which will comprise experienced