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
Professor Jim Agler
Dr Zinaida Lykova
Professor Nicholas Young
Geodesics, retracts, and the norm-preserving extension property in the symmetrized bidisc2016
Dr Matthew Leach
Using the Horse Grimace Scale (HGS) to Assess Pain Associated with Acute Laminitis in Horses (Equus caballus)2016
Dr James Taylor
Evaluation of a commercial grape yield monitor for use mid-season and at-harvest2016
JunWen Luo
Na Dong
Professor Peter Andras
Professor Alex Yakovlev
Dr Patrick Degenaar
et al.
Optogenetics in Silicon: A Neural Processor for Predicting Optically Active Neural Networks2016
Bailey Massa
Dr Mathew Martin
Professor Martin Noble
Professor Jane Endicott
Structural and functional characterization of Skp2-containing complexes2015
Dr Gareth Veal
Professor Jeff Errington
Professor Deborah Tweddle
Therapeutic drug monitoring approaches to the treatment of preterm and full-term neonates with cancer A UK experience2015
Professor Simon Thomas
TOXBASE ®: Keeping a poisons information database current and meeting UK demand2015
Dr Anna Moles Fernandez
Dr Jacqueline Butterworth
Dr Jill Hunter
Dr Dina Tiniakos
Professor Derek Mann
et al.
Thr505 RelA phosphorylation controls liver proliferative response and supresses NF-kappa B tumor-promoting activities2015
Dr Rachel Clarke
Professor Peter Wright
Anti-Solutionist Strategies: Seriously Silly Design Fiction2016
Dr Robert Comber
Dr Madeline Balaam
HCI and Intimate Care as an Agenda for Change in Women's Health2016