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  • Charge density waves and superconductivity in U6Fe 

    Whitley, William George (The University of Edinburgh, 2016-06-29)
    U6Fe has the highest superconducting transition temperature TSC ~ 4 K out of all of the U-based compounds. Unusually, the Pauli limit (1:84TSC = 7:36 T) is less than the observed critical field for both the a and c axes ...
  • Generation of synthetic spindle checkpoint signals 

    Yuan, Ivan (The University of Edinburgh, 2016-06-28)
    The spindle checkpoint ensures proper chromosome segregation by monitoring kinetochore-microtubule interactions: unattached kinetochores recruit checkpoint proteins that combine to form a diffusible inhibitor which delays ...
  • Exploring students’ and teachers’ perceptions about engaging in a new law programme taught in English in an Italian university 

    Robinson, Isabel Alice Walbaum (The University of Edinburgh, 2015-07-03)
    This case study investigates teachers’ and students’ perceptions about engaging with the disciplinary and linguistic demands of a new Italian law programme, launched for the first time in academic year 2006-2007, taught ...
  • Mapping parallelism to heterogeneous processors 

    Chandramohan, Kiran (The University of Edinburgh, 2016-06-27)
    Most embedded devices are based on heterogeneous Multiprocessor System on Chips (MPSoCs). These contain a variety of processors like CPUs, micro-controllers, DSPs, GPUs and specialised accelerators. The heterogeneity of ...
  • Borane transfer reactions 

    Taylor, Nicholas (The University of Edinburgh, 2016-06-28)
    Lewis base borane adducts (LB·BH3) constitute a well-known class of molecules with a number of diverse applications, including use as protected phosphines. The kinetics and thermodynamics of borane transfer reactions ...

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