Welcome to the Newcastle University Library ePrints Service

The ePrints service provides free access to peer-reviewed research, including journal articles, conference papers and book chapters, produced by Newcastle University staff. The full text of documents is available on open access wherever possible, and new items are added regularly.

Please note - this is not a complete record of all research published by Newcastle University staff.

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Authors               TitleYearFull text
Janice Pearse
Dr Anna Basu
ABILHAND-Kids questionnaire – responsive to change or room for change?2017
Dr Jo Swaffield
Freebies, freedom and fundamental change: resistance to neoliberal environmentalism in large ‘green’ corporations2016
Bruno De Souza Machado
Professor Nilanjan Chakraborty
Dr Prodip Das
Influences of flow direction, temperature and relative humidity on the performance of a representative Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell: A Computational Analysis2016
Debbie Lett
Professor Johannes Attems
Dr Christopher Morris
Extended post-mortem delay times should not be viewed as a deterrent to the scientific investigation of human brain tissue: a study from the Brains for Dementia Research Network Neuropathology Study Group, UK2016
Professor Hans-Peter Klenk
Description of Trichococcus ilyis sp. nov. by combined physiological and in silico genome hybridization analyses2016
Dr Martin Jones
Evaluation of branched GDGTs and leaf wax n-alkane δ²H as (paleo) environmental proxies in East Africa2016
Dr Gaurav Gupta
Study of FePt deposited reduced graphene oxide's utility as a catalyst towards oxygen reduction and methanol oxidation reactions2015
Dr Gaurav Gupta
Pt Diffusion Dynamics for the Formation Cr–Pt Core–Shell Nanoparticles2015
Dr Jeffry Hogg
Professor Derek Manas
Dr Daniela Lee
Dr Petra Dildey
Professor John Lunec
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Surgical outcome and patterns of recurrence for retroperitoneal sarcoma at a single centre.2016
Professor Ian Head
MIxS-HCR: a MIxS extension defining a minimal information standard for sequence data from environments pertaining to hydrocarbon resources2016