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    • Insignificant effect of Arctic amplification on the amplitude of midlatitude atmospheric waves 

      Blackport, R; Screen, JA (American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 19 February 2020)
      Whether Arctic amplification has contributed to a wavier circulation and more frequent extreme weather in midlatitudes remains an open question. For two to three decades starting from the mid-1980s, accelerated Arctic ...
    • Accuracy and Precision Analysis for a Biophotonic Assay of C-Reactive Protein 

      James-Pemberton, P; Lapinska, U; Helliwell, M; et al. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020)
      A multiplexed biophotonic assay platform has been developed using the localised particle plasmon in gold nanoparticles assembled in an array and functionalised for two assays: total IgG and C-reactive protein (CRP). A ...
    • Entanglement estimation in non-optimal qubit states 

      Scali, S; Franzosi, R (Elsevier Masson, 26 October 2019)
      In the last years, a relationship has been established between the quantum Fisher information (QFI) and quantum entanglement. In the case of two-qubit systems, all pure entangled states can be made useful for sub-shot-noise ...
    • A phonotechnics of vocal somaticity: an autobiophonic note 

      Thomaidis, K (Routledge, 2020)
      The proliferating intersections of somatic lineages of work and voice have generated deeply engaging questions around voice--its pedagogy, in particular--over the last few decades. However, and if this expanding interdisciplinary ...
    • “I Will Not Be Conquered”: Popular Music and Indigenous Identities in North America 

      Rees, W (University of Exeter College of Humanities, 17 February 2020)
      This thesis explores how indigenous peoples in the U.S. and Canada have been represented through popular music, both historically and in the present. It uses musicians, both indigenous and nonindigenous, as case studies ...