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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...