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    • Next generation organofluorine containing blockbuster drugs 

      Han, Jianlin; Remete, Attila Márió; Dobson, Luca S.; Kiss, Lorand; Izawa, Kunisuke; Moriwaki, Hiroki; Soloshonok, Vadim A.; O’Hagan, David (2020-11) - Journal item
      The role of organo-fluorine compounds in modern health, food and energy related industries is widely-appreciated. The unique properties that fluorine imparts to organic molecules, stemming from its high electronegativity ...
    • Diabetes incidence in a high-risk UK population at 7 years : linkage of the Prevention of Diabetes and Obesity in South Asians (PODOSA) trial to the Scottish Diabetes Register 

      Bhopal, R.; Douglas, A.; Cezard, G.; Gill, J.M.R.; Lean, M.E.J.; McKnight, J.; Sattar, N.; Tuomilehto, J.; Wallia, S.; Sheikh, A.; Wild, S.H. (2020-09-19) - Journal item
      South Asians are at high risk of type 2 diabetes when living in urbanized environments. In Europe, South Asians have a prevalence of type 2 diabetes approximately four times greater than their white European counterparts, ...
    • Negative capability and religious experience 

      Hopps, Gavin (2020-03-19) - Journal article
      This article responds to each of the four essays on The Extravagance of Music in turn. It addresses the particular issues they raise, though a prominent contention running through the piece concerns the need for what André ...
    • Rock glaciers 

      Janke, J.R.; Bolch, Tobias (2021-08-16) - Book item
      Rock glaciers, a key element of alpine mountain geomorphic systems, consist of coarse surface debris that insulates an ice-core or ice-debris mixture. Rates of movement of active rock glaciers vary from 1 to more than 100 ...
    • Listening after the animals : sound and pastoral care in the zoo 

      Rice, Tom; Badman-King, Alexander; Hurn, Samantha; Rose, Paul; Reed, Adam (2021-09-15) - Journal article
      In anthropology and across the humanities and social sciences, zoos have tended to be theorized as places of spectacle. Scholars often focus on the ways in which these institutions enable the viewing of other-than-human ...