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    • Memorial Culture in the Former Yugoslavia: Mothers of Srebrenica and the Destruction of Artefacts by the ICTY 

      Simic, Olivera (The Arts of Transitional Justice: Culture, Activism, and Memory after Atrocity, 2014)
      This chapter analyses the impact of the recent destruction of Srebrenica victims' artefacts by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). The reasoning behind the destruction of more than 1,000 ...
    • Memorialization and Immortality: religion, community and the Internet 

      Gibson, Margaret (Popular Spiritualities: The Politics of Contemporary Enchantment, 2006)
    • Memories of Violence and the Politics of State Apologies 

      Finnane, Mark (Exhuming Passions: The Pressure of the Past in Ireland and Australia, 2011)
      This chapter examines the politics of state apologies as they have worked in domestic political space. I ask what are the limitations on the state's vulnerability to claims against it for harms done in institutions that ...
    • Memory and Empirical Information: Samuel Hartlib, John Beale and Robert Boyle 

      Yeo, Richard (The Body as Object and Instrument of Knowledge: Embodied Empiricism in Early Modern Science, 2010)
      Robert Boyle and John Beale had connections with Samuel Hartlib and his correspondence circle. The position of these three figures can be taken as an 'empirical' one in the sense that they favoured 'particulars' over ...
    • Memory awareness and schematisation: Learning in the university context 

      Bath, D.; S. Burt, Jennifer (Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2001)
      Following the application of the remember/know paradigm to student learning by Conway et al. (1997), the present study examined changes in learning and memory awareness of university students in a lecture course and a ...
    • Memory B cell responses and malaria 

      Wykes, M.; Good, M. (Parasite Immunology, 2006)
      Malaria is a serious cause of morbidity and mortality in millions of individuals each year. People living in endemic areas build up partial immunity only after repeated attacks of malaria over several years. At this ...
    • Memory consolidation in day-old chicks requires BDNF but not NGF or NT-3; an antisense study 

      Johnston, Amy Nicole Burne; Rose, S.P.R. (Molecular Brain Research, 2001)
      Neurotrophins have been implicated in memory consolidation and recall as well as in other forms of neural plasticity. This study examined the effects of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF), Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) ...
    • Memory for Advertising and Information Content: Comparing the Printed Page to the Computer Screen 

      Y. Jones, Marilyn; Pentecost, Robin; Requena, Gabrielle (Psychology and Marketing, 2005)
    • Memory for Light as a Quantum Process 

      Lobino, M.; Kupchak, C.; Figueroa, E.; Lvovsky, A. (Physical Review Letters, 2009)
      We report complete characterization of an optical memory based on electromagnetically induced transparency. We recover the superoperator associated with the memory, under two different working conditions, by means of a ...
    • Memory fragments as scene makers 

      Flynn, Bernadette (Screening the Past, 2001)
    • Memory Impairments aft er Traumatic Brain Injury 

      Canty, Allana; Shum, David (Understanding traumatic brain injury: Current research and future directions, 2014)
    • Memory of Emotions at Work 

      Jordan, Peter; Murray, Jane (35th Annual Meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP), 2006)
    • Memory-Based Local Search for Simplified Protein Structure Prediction 

      Shatabda, Swakkhar; Newton, MAHakim; Pham, Nghia; Sattar, Abdul (ACM BCB 2012, 2012)
      Protein structure prediction is one of the most challenging problems in computational biology. Given a protein's amino acid sequence, a simplified version of the problem is to find an on-lattice self-avoiding walk that ...
    • Memristive Threshold Logic Face Recognition 

      Maan, Akshay; S. Kumar, Dinesh; James, Alex Pappachen (5th Annual International Conference on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures BICA 2014, 2014)
      This paper presents a face recognition method implemented using reconfigurable network of memristive threshold logic cells that can be practically realised in a secondary plane to the pixel arrays. Among the most distinguishing ...
    • MEMS beams with defects: a model of non-ideal rods using a Cosserat approach for component level modelling 

      Gould, T.; Wang, Charles (Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 2005)
      We present and derive a technique for the introduction of defects into a beam model based on the Cosserat theory of rods. The technique is designed for the derivation of component models of non-ideal rods for use in MEMS ...
    • A MEMS Nanopositioner with Thermal Actuator and on-chip Thermal Sensor 

      Zhu, Y. (IEEE Sensors 2010 Conference, 2010)
      This paper describes the design of a micromachined nanopositioner with electrothermal actuation and sensing capabilities in a single silicon chip. The positioner has a dynamic range of 14.4 孠with a differential sensing ...
    • A MEMS packaged capacitive pressure sensor employing 3C-SiC with operating temperature of 500 °C 

      Marsi, Noraini; Majlis, Burhanuddin Yeop; Hamzah, Azrul Azlan; Mohd-Yasin, Faisal (Microsystem Technologies, 2014)
      This study develops the prototype of a micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) packaged capacitive pressure sensor employing 3C-SiC thin film as a diaphragm. The details of the design and fabrication steps involved bulk ...
    • MEMS Wind Direction Detection: From Design to Operation 

      Adamec, Richard; Thiel, David; Tanner, Philip (Second IEEE International Conference on Sensors Conference 2, 2003)
      A multi-axis hotwire anemometer fabricated with bulk micro-machining and thin film semiconductor technologies is presented. Extending the operation of a single axis anemometer into 2 axes allows direction sensing over the ...
    • Men and Masculinities on the Move 

      Hibbins, Raymond; Pease, Bob (Migrant Men: Critical studies of masculinities and the migration experience, 2009)
    • Men in a ‘women only’ sport? Contesting gender relations and sex integration in roller derby 

      Pavlidis, Adele; Connor, James (Sport in Society, 2015)
      Roller derby is a growing, popular sport, where teams compete on roller skates, and where rules allow ‘blocking’ and full body contact. Roller derby is primarily played by women, with men restricted to support roles during ...