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Extent and limitations of functional redundancy among bacterial communities towards dissolved organic matter
Martin Andersson: Defense of doctoral thesis
Preclinical evaluation of immunostimulatory gene therapy for pancreatic cancer
‘I don’t even remember anything’: Optimising the choice of method when interviewing preschoolers
The overall aim of this thesis was to examine the ability of the In My Shoes computer assisted interview and a Standard verbal interview to elicit accurate information and evaluative content, when used with preschool-aged children and determine their suitability in relation to situationally shy children.
The Eloquent Blood: The Goddess Babalon and the Construction of Femininities in Western Esotericism
A Quest for the Unseen: Surface Layer Formation on Li4Ti5O12 Li-Ion Battery Anodes
The electric vehicle itself today outlives its battery, necessitating battery replacement. Lithium titanium oxide (LTO) has, in this context, been suggested as a new anode material in heavy electric vehicle applications due to intrinsic properties regarding safety, lifetime and availability.
Learning Computing at University: Participation and Identity: A Longitudinal Study
Computing education has struggled with student engagement and diversity in the student population for a long time. Research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education suggests that taking a social, long-term perspective on learning is a fruitful approach to resolving some of these persistent challenges.
Tim Nord's dissertation
Tim Nordh, Structural Chemistry, defends his PhD Thesis entitled "A Quest for the Unseen - Surface Layer Formation on Li4Ti5O12 Li-ion Battery Anodes".