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  • Activism, arenas and accounts in conflicts over tobacco control 

    Thomson, Ian; Dey, Colin; Russell, Shona Louise (2015) - Journal article
    Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to provide theoretical and empirical insights into the effective use of external accounts by social activists in conflict arenas in order to bring about change. Design/methodology/approach ...
  • A family of zeolites with controlled pore size prepared using a top-down method 

    Roth, Wieslaw J.; Nachtigall, Petr; Morris, Russell Edward; Wheatley, Paul Stewart; Seymour, Valerie Ruth; Ashbrook, Sharon Elizabeth Marie; Chlubna, Pavla; Grajciar, Lukas; Polozij, Miroslav; Zukal, Arnost; Shvets, Oleksiy; Cejka, Jiri (2013-07) - Journal article
    The properties of zeolites, and thus their suitability for different applications, are intimately connected with their structures. Synthesizing specific architectures is therefore important, but has remained challenging. ...
  • Feminist methodologies in moral philosophy 

    Markey, Bren April (University of St Andrews, 2016-06-23) - Thesis
    This thesis develops a critique of the methodology of mainstream academic moral philosophy, based on insights from feminist and more generally anti-oppressive political thought. The thesis consists of two parts. In ...
  • Flexible metamaterials at visible wavelengths 

    Di Falco, Andrea; Ploschner, Martin; Krauss, Thomas F. (2010-11-04) - Journal article
    We report on the fabrication and characterization of plasmonic structures on flexible substrates (Metaflex) and demonstrate the optical properties of a single layer of Metaflex. The layer exhibits a plasmonic resonance in ...
  • A general setting for symmetric distributions and their relationship to general distributions 

    Jupp, P.E.; Regoli, G.; Azzalini, A. (2016-06) - Journal article
    A standard method of obtaining non-symmetrical distributions is that of modulating symmetrical distributions by multiplying the densities by a perturbation factor. This has been considered mainly for central symmetry of a ...
  • Our being is in becoming : the nature of human transformation in the theology of Karl Barth, Joseph Ratzinger, and John Zizioulas 

    Tallon, Luke Ben (University of St Andrews, 2011-06-21) - Thesis
    This study offers an ecumenical exploration of human transformation through the examination of this topic in the thought of Karl Barth (1888-1968), a Swiss Reformed theologian; Joseph Ratzinger (b. 1927), a Roman Catholic ...
  • p68 RNA helicase - identification of a nucleolar form and cloning of related genes containing a conserved intron in yeasts 

    Iggo, RD; Jamieson, DJ; MacNeill, Stuart Andrew; Southgate, J; McPheat, J; Lane, DP (1991-03) - Journal article
    The human p68 protein is an RNA-dependent ATPase and RNA helicase which was first identified because of its immunological cross-reaction with a viral RNA helicase, simian virus 40 large T antigen. It belongs to a recently ...