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    • Rapid bioerosion in a tropical upwelling coral reef 

      Wizemann, A; Nandini, SD; Lange, I; et al. (Public Library of Science, 12 September 2018)
      Coral reefs persist in an accretion-erosion balance, which is critical for understanding the natural variability of sediment production, reef accretion, and their effects on the carbonate budget. Bioerosion (i.e. biodegradation ...
    • Surface nanobubbles on the rare earth fluorcarbonate mineral synchysite 

      Owens, CL; Schach, E; Heinig, T; et al. (Elsevier, 6 May 2019)
      Surface nanobubbles have been identified to play an important role in a range of industries from mineral processing to food science. The formation of surface nanobubbles is of importance for mineral processing in the ...
    • Secrecy, coercion and deception in research on ‘terrorism’ and ‘extremism’ 

      Massoumi, N; Mills, T; Miller, D (Taylor & Francis (Routledge) for Academy of Social Sciences, 19 May 2019)
      This article calls for more understanding of the ethical challenges and dilemmas that arise as a result of state involvement in academic research on ‘terrorism’ and ‘extremism’. It suggests that researchers and research ...
    • Visual object tracking: The initialisation problem 

      De Ath, G; Everson, R (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 13 December 2018)
      Model initialisation is an important component of object tracking. Tracking algorithms are generally provided with the first frame of a sequence and a bounding box (BB) indicating the location of the object. This BB may ...
    • Rapid, Heuristic Discovery and Design of Promoter Collections in Non-Model Microbes for Industrial Applications 

      Gilman, J; Singleton, C; Tennant, RK; et al. (American Chemical Society, 17 April 2019)
      Well-characterized promoter collections for synthetic biology applications are not always available in industrially relevant hosts. We developed a broadly applicable method for promoter identification in atypical microbial ...