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  • Adoption of integrated reporting by the ASX 50 

    ACCA Australia and New Zealand; Net Balance Foundation (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, 2011-12-07) - Report
    This report investigates the state of integrated reporting among Australia’s 50 largest listed companies. It examines, on the basis of publicly available information, the extent to which companies have integrated non-financial ...
  • ‘Adoption’ by maternal siblings in wild chimpanzees 

    Hobaiter, Cat; Schel, Anne Marijke; Langergraber, Kevin; Zuberbuehler, Klaus (2014-08-01) - Journal article
    The adoption of unrelated orphaned infants is something chimpanzees and humans have in common. Providing parental care has fitness implications for both the adopter and orphan, and cases of adoption have thus been cited ...
  • The ADOR mechanism for the synthesis of new zeolites 

    Eliášová, P.; Opanasenko, M.; Wheatley, Paul Stewart; Shamzhy, M.; Mazur, M.; Nachtigall, P.; Roth, W.J.; Morris, Russell Edward; Čejka, J. (2015-10-21) - Journal article
    A novel methodology, called ADOR (assembly-disassembly-organisation-reassembly), for the synthesis of zeolites is reviewed here in detail. The ADOR mechanism stems from the fact that certain chemical weakness against a ...
  • Adsorption energies of benzene on close packed transition metal surfaces using the random phase approximation 

    Garrido Torres, Jose Antonio; Ramberger, Benjamin; Fruchtl, Herbert Anton; Schaub, Renald; Kresse, Georg (2017-11-22) - Journal article
    The adsorption energy of benzene on various metal substrates is predicted using the random phase approximation (RPA) for the correlation energy. Agreement with available experimental data is systematically better than 10% ...
  • Adsorption materials and processes for carbon capture from gas-fired power plants : AMPGas 

    Gibson, J. A. Arran; Mangano, Enzo; Shiko, Elenica; Greenaway, Alex; Gromov, Andrei V.; Lozinska, Magdalena M.; Friedrich, Daniel; Campbell, Eleanor E. B.; Wright, Paul A.; Brandani, Stefano (2016-04-06) - Journal article
    The key challenge in postcombustion capture from gas-fired power plants is related to the low CO2 concentration in the flue gas (4–8% by volume). This means that conventional amine processes will result in a relatively ...
  • Adsorption of a dihydro-TTF derivative on Au(111) via a thiolate bonding complex to gold adatoms 

    Jethwa, Siddharth Janak; Grillo, Federico; Fruchtl, Herbert Anton; Simpson, Grant James; Treanor, Michael John; Schaub, Renald; Francis, Stephen Malcolm; Richardson, Neville V; Aitken, R Alan (2014-08-05) - Journal article
    A dihydro-TTF derivative with four acetyl-protected thiol ligands was synthesised and adsorbed on Au(111) under UHV conditions. Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy (STM) and Infrared (IR) spectroscopy show that self-organised ...
  • Adsorption of adenine and phenylglycine on Cu(110) surfaces studied using STM and RAIRS 

    Cheng, Lanxia (University of St Andrews, 2010-11-19) - Thesis
    The adsorption of biologically active molecules, such as the DNA bases, amino acids, on solid surfaces has been the subject of a number of experimental and theoretical studies in the past years. The understanding of the ...
  • Adult dental anxiety : recent assessment approaches and psychological management in a dental practice setting 

    Humphris, Gerald Michael; Spyt, James; Herbison, Alice; Kelsey, Tom (2016-05) - Journal article
    Dental Anxiety of patients is a common feature of the everyday experience of dental practice. This article advocates the use of regular assessment of this psychological construct to assist in patient management. Various ...
  • Adult protection in Scotland in 1857 and in 2015 : what have we learned? 

    Campbell, Martin (2016-04-01) - Journal article
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to compare recent developments in adult protection legislation, policy and practice in Scotland in 2015 with the first attempts at adult protection of adults at risk of harm, in 1857-62, ...
  • Advanced application of flexible metamaterials at visible frequencies 

    Kirkpatrick, B.C.; Reader-Harris, P.; Shen, Y.; Wu, J.; Di Falco, A. (SPIE, 2015-02-27) - Conference item
    Flexible metamaterials (FMMs) at optical frequencies can conform to a wide range of target geometries whilst allowing their optical properties to be tuned post-fabrication. Here we discuss this potential by presenting our ...
  • Advanced light-sheet and structured illumination microscopy techniques for neuroscience and disease diagnosis 

    Nylk, Jonathan (University of St Andrews, 2016-11-30) - Thesis
    Optical microscopy is a cornerstone of biomedical research. Advances in optical techniques enable specific, high resolution, sterile, and biologically compatible imaging. In particular, beam shaping has been used to tailor ...
  • Advanced methods for enhanced sensing in biomedical Raman spectroscopy 

    Balagopal, Bavishna (University of St Andrews, 2014-06-25) - Thesis
    Raman spectroscopy is a powerful tool in the field of biomedicine for disease diagnosis owing to its potential to provide the molecular fingerprint of biological samples. However due to the inherent weak nature of the ...
  • Advanced model compounds for understanding acid catalyzed lignin depolymerization: identification of renewable aromatics and a lignin-derived solvent 

    Lahive, Ciaran; Deuss, Peter J.; Lancefield, Christopher Stuart; Sun, Zhuohua; Cordes, David B.; Young, Claire M.; Tran, Fanny; Slawin, Alexandra M. Z.; de Vries, Johannes G.; Kamer, Paul C. J.; Westwood, Nicholas J.; Barta, Katalin (2016-07-20) - Journal article
    The development of fundamentally new approaches for lignin depolymerization is challenged by the complexity of this aromatic biopolymer. While overly simplified model compounds often lack relevance to the chemistry of ...
  • Advanced multimodal methods in biomedicine : Raman spectroscopy and digital holographic microscopy 

    McReynolds, Naomi (University of St Andrews, 2017-12-07) - Thesis
    Moving towards label-free technologies is essential for many clinical and research applications. Raman spectroscopy is a powerful tool in the field of biomedicine for label-free cell characterisation and disease diagnosis, ...
  • Advanced optical techniques to study biomolecular aggregation processes 

    Quinn, Steven D. (University of St Andrews, 2014-06-25) - Thesis
    Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is characterised by a series of biomolecular aggregation events, which include the formation of neurotoxic protein structures composed of the β-amyloid (Aβ) peptide. In this thesis, fluorescence ...
  • Advanced photonic methodologies for the 'in vitro' manipulation of cellular systems 

    McDougall, Craig (University of St Andrews, 2011) - Thesis
    This thesis investigates the application of a variety of optical techniques for the manipulation of single cells and their local micro-environment. The methodologies developed provide enhanced control over a single cell ...
  • Advanced techniques in Raman tweezers microspectroscopy for applications in biomedicine 

    Jess, Phillip R.T. (University of St Andrews, 2007-11-30) - Thesis
    This thesis investigates the use of Raman tweezers microspectroscopy to interrogate the biochemistry of single biological cells. Raman tweezers microspectroscopy is a powerful technique, which combines traditional Raman ...
  • Advances in optical sensing of explosive vapours 

    Gillanders, Ross Neil; Samuel, Ifor David William; Turnbull, Graham Alexander; Campbell, Iain Angus; Glackin, James Michael Edward (SciTePress, 2018-01-25) - Conference item
    Optical techniques for the detection of explosives are receiving increasing interest due to potentially fast responding, highly-sensitive systems. Conjugated polymers are suitable probe materials for this application since ...
  • Advances in small lasers 

    Hill, Martin T; Gather, Malte Christian (2014-12) - Journal article
    Small lasers have dimensions or modes sizes close to or smaller than the wavelength of emitted light. In recent years there has been significant progress towards reducing the size and improving the characteristics of these ...
  • Advances in understanding glycosyltransferases from a structural perspective 

    Gloster, Tracey M (2014-10) - Journal article
    Glycosyltransferases (GTs), the enzymes that catalyse glycosidic bond formation, create a diverse range of saccharides and glycoconjugates in nature. Understanding GTs at the molecular level, through structural and kinetic ...