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06/2012
Traditional blowing agents (e.g., hydrochlorofluorocarbons) in plastic foaming processes has been phasing out due to environmental regulations. Plastic foaming... 
Cell Nucleation | Visualization | Shear Stress | 0794 | 0795 | Plastic Foaming | Extensional Stress
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Corporate Governance, ISSN 1472-0701, 07/2014, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. 575 - 586
Purpose – This paper aims at highlighting the significance in developing non-financial risk management, emphasizing the need of managing environmental and... 
Corporate governance | Strategy | Triple bottom line | Environmental and social risks | Corporate sustainability | Sustainable development | Non-financial risk management | Sustainability | Cost control | Drawing | Design engineering | Allocations | Risk | Risk management | Resource management | Business
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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 01/2014, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp. 3656 - 3656
Accelerating imaging speed in optical microscopy is often realized at the expense of image contrast, image resolution, and detection sensitivity - a common... 
CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY | CYTOMETRY | ILLUMINATION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | Microscopy - methods | Blood Cells | Cell Line | Optical Imaging - instrumentation | Microscopy - instrumentation | Humans | Optical Imaging - methods | Flow cytometry | Image processing | Microscopy | Microscopes | Morphology | Index Medicus
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Sensors (Switzerland), ISSN 1424-8220, 12/2015, Volume 15, Issue 12, pp. 31709 - 31722
Although biofeedback systems have been used to improve balance with success, they were confined to hospital training applications. Little attempt has been made... 
Falls | Wearable device | Sensory augmentation | Postural stability | Biofeedback | Plantar force measurement | Balance | Elderly | biofeedback | ELECTROCHEMISTRY | FALL RISK | CHEMISTRY, ANALYTICAL | PREVENTING FALLS | GAIT PATTERNS | postural stability | TRAINING-PROGRAM | elderly | PRESSURE MEASURES | plantar force measurement | WII FIT | HEALTHY-YOUNG ADULTS | wearable device | OLDER-PEOPLE | INSTRUMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION | falls | balance | sensory augmentation | PARKINSONS-DISEASE | Monitoring, Ambulatory - instrumentation | Monitoring, Ambulatory - methods | Humans | Male | Biofeedback, Psychology - methods | Shoes | Young Adult | Accidental Falls - prevention & control | Biofeedback, Psychology - instrumentation | Foot - physiology | Adult | Female | Aged | Postural Balance - physiology | Index Medicus | Occupational Therapy | Medical and Health Sciences | Medicin och hälsovetenskap | Psychology | Hälsovetenskaper | young adult | Klinisk medicin | Wearable devices | Arbetsterapi | procedures | Ambulatory | female | human | foot | shoe | Accidental Falls | Monitoring | Health Sciences | clinical trial | ambulatory monitoring | falling | Force measurement | Balancing | devices | aged | physiology | Sensory augmentations | Orthopaedics | Clinical Medicine | Hospitals | Wireless telecommunication systems | body equilibrium | prevention and control | adult | Ortopedi | male | Postural Balance | Wearable technology
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Journal of Teaching in International Business, ISSN 0897-5930, 10/2016, Volume 27, Issue 4, pp. 197 - 208
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by Thwaites, Guy E and Thwaites, Guy and Scarborough, Matthew and Szubert, Alex and Szubert, Alexander and Nsutebu, Emmanuel and Tilley, Robert and Greig, Julia and Wyllie, Sarah A and Wyllie, Sarah and Wilson, Peter and Wilson, Jonathan and Wilson, Helen and Wilson, Hesther and Auckland, Cressida and Cairns, Janet and Ward, Denise and Lal, Pankaj and Guleri, Achyut and Jenkins, Neil and Sutton, Julian and Wiselka, Martin and Armando, Gonzalez-Ruiz and Graham, Clive and Chadwick, David and Chadwick, Paul R and Chadwick, Paul and Barlow, Gavin and Gordon, Nicola Claire and Gordon, N Claire and Gordon, Joanne and Young, Bernadette and Meisner, Sarah and McWhinney, Paul and Price, David Ashley and Price, David A and Price, Suzanne and Price, James and Harvey, David and Nayar, Deepa and Jeyaratnam, Dakshika and Planche, Tim and Minton, Jane and Hudson, Fleur and Hopkins, Susan and Williams, Joanne and Williams, Claire and Williams, John and Williams, Sue and Török, M Estee and Török, M Estée and Llewelyn, Martin J and Llewelyn, Martin and Edgeworth, Jonathan D and Walker, A Sarah and Walker, Ann Sarah and Walker, Colin and Kamfose, Musa and de Veciana, Ana and Peto, Leon and Pill, Gemma and Clarke, Tiphanie and Clarke, Anne and Watson, Cordelia and Watson, Laura and Griffiths, Dai and Vaughn, Ali and Anson, Jim and Anson, Luke and Liu, Elian and Perera, Sanuki and Rylance-Knight, Lydia and Cantell, Carmen and Moroney, Ruth and Bisnauthsing, Karen and Querol-Rubiera, Antonio and Gibbs, Charlotte and Patel, Amita and Patel, Bijal and Hemsley, Carolyn and Goodman, Anna L and Wyncoll, Duncan and Biswas, Jason and Fitzpatrick, Jennifer and Roberts, Lizzie and Roberts, Paul and Millard, James and Stone, Neil and Cape, Angela and Hurley, Lisa and Tam, Chi Kai and Hoyle, Marie-Claire and Maitland, Kate and Trainor, Leona and Reynolds, Helen and Harrison, Melanie and Harrison, Jennifer and Lewis, Joseph and Folb, Jonathan and Goodwin, Lynsey and ... and UKCIRG and United Kingdom Clinical Infection Research Group (UKCIRG)
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 02/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10121, pp. 668 - 678
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Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, ISSN 1098-0121, 10/2013, Volume 88, Issue 14
Motivated by recent experimental and theoretical progress on the Er2Ti2O7 pyrochlore XY antiferromagnet, we study the general problem of quantum... 
ORDER | PHYSICS, CONDENSED MATTER | ER2TI2O7 | DISORDER | IONS | OXIDES | ANTIFERROMAGNET | Phase diagrams | Tensors | Pyrochlores | Condensed matter | Anisotropy | Texts | Ground state | Rare earth compounds | Physics - Strongly Correlated Electrons
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Nurse Education Today, ISSN 0260-6917, 02/2015, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp. e61 - e66
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9/2014, ISBN 1784411523, Volume 8, 23
Abstract Purpose Emphasising the significance of managing environmental and social issues for businesses, the chapter aims at highlighting the need of... 
Strategy | Corporate social responsibility | Business Ethics | Sustainability | Corporate Governance | Triple bottom line | Environmental and social risks | CSR | China | Non-financial risk management
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Light: Science and Applications, ISSN 2095-5545, 2017, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. e16196 - e16196
Optical time-stretch imaging enables the continuous capture of non-repetitive events in real time at a line-scan rate of tens of MHz-a distinct advantage for... 
Optical time-stretch imaging | Pulse stretching | Ultrafast laser scanning | FRAMES | DISPERSION | pulse stretching | 2ND | PHOTOGRAPHY | optical time-stretch imaging | OPTICS | MICROSCOPY | FLOW | ultrafast laser scanning | Lasers | Optics | Scientific imaging | Scanning | Wavelengths | Microscopy | Imaging | High speed | Visible spectrum | Delay | Stretching
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ISBN 9780494975022
Traditional blowing agents (e.g., hydrochlorofluorocarbons) in plastic foaming processes has been phasing out due to environmental regulations. Plastic foaming... 
Plastics Technology | Engineering, Materials Science
eBook
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Journal of Biophotonics, ISSN 1864-063X, 07/2019, Volume 12, Issue 7, pp. e201800479 - n/a
A growing body of evidence has substantiated the significance of quantitative phase imaging (QPI) in enabling cost‐effective and label‐free cellular assays,... 
single‐cell imaging | ultrafast imaging | microfluidics | quantitative phase imaging | single-cell imaging | BIOPHYSICS | MASS | BIOCHEMICAL RESEARCH METHODS | OPTICS | MICROSCOPY | Leukemia