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               TitleYear
Fanar ABED
Professor Jon Mills
Dr Pauline Miller
Calibrated Full-Waveform Airborne Laser Scanning for 3D Object Segmentation2014
Dr Anne Grunewald
Dr Nichola Lax
Dr Amy Reeve
Philippa Hepplewhite
Karolina Rygiel
et al.
Quantitative quadruple-label immunofluorescence of mitochondrial and cytoplasmic proteins in single neurons from human midbrain tissue2014
Dr Nathan Forsythe
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Aidan Burton
Professor Chris Kilsby
et al.
Application of a stochastic weather generator to assess climate change impacts in a semi-arid climate: The Upper Indus Basin2014
Dan Appleby
Nilhil Ponon
Dr Kelvin Kwa
Professor Anthony O'Neill
Experimental Observation of Negative Capacitance in Ferroelectrics at Room Temperature2014
Dr Richard Tomsett
Matthew Ainsworth
Professor Alexander Thiele
Mehdi Sanayei
Dr Xing Chen
et al.
Virtual Electrode Recording Tool for EXtracellular potentials (VERTEX): comparing multi-electrode recordings from simulated and biological mammalian cortical tissue2014
Dr Huashan Bao
Dr Yaodong Wang
Constantinos Charalambous
Dr Liwei Wang
Professor Tony Roskilly
et al.
Chemisorption cooling and electric power cogeneration system driven by low grade heat2014
Dr Gaihua Fu
A Spatial Model for Infrastructure Network Generation and Evolution2014
Dr Gaihua Fu
Professor Richard Dawson
Interdependent networks: Vulnerability analysis and strategies to limit cascading failure2014
Dr Carlos Calderon
Modelling approaches for retrofitting energy systems in cities: current practice and future challenges in Newcastle upon Tyne2014
Dr Carlos Calderon
Modelling Approaches for Retrofitting Energy Systems in Cities: Current Practice and Future Challenges in Newcastle upon Tyne2014