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Relative orientation of collagen molecules within a fibril: a homology model for homo sapiens type I collagen.
Type I collagen is an essential extracellular protein that plays an important structural role in tissues that require high tensile strength. However, owing to the molecule's size, to date no experimental structural data ...
A framework for analysing learning health systems: Are we removing the most impactful barriers?
Introduction: Learning health systems (LHS) are one of the major computing advances in health care. However, no prior research has systematically analysed barriers and facilitators for LHS. This paper presents an investigation ...
Does the Number of Occupants in an Office Influence Individual Perceptions of Comfort and Productivity?-New Evidence from 5000 Office Workers
(Stamats Communications, Inc., 2019-03-25)
Purpose—The purpose of this article is to present evidence of occupants’ perception of their work environment in five different office types (Solo, Duo, 2–4, 5–8 and 8Plus offices). The study examined the influence of the ...
'Just doing their job?' Journalism, online critique and the political resignation of Metiria Turei
(SAGE Publications, 2019-03-18)
Abstract When Metiria Turei resigned as co-leader of the Green party of Aotearoa New Zealand in August 2017, there was clear disagreement about the role played by journalism in her resignation. The controversy began after ...
Representation and transparency in artistic astronomical photographs
(Contemporary Aesthetics, 2019)
Antinatalism and Moral Particularism
(Pacific University, 2019)
The Use of Value Capture for Transport Projects in China: Opportunities and Challenges
Value capture (VC) could be a useful tool to address the huge demand for public transport infrastructure funding in China. This research identifies the opportunities and challenges faced by VC implementation in China and ...
Dynamic narrative: a new framework for policy success
(Open Edition Journals, 2019)
This article proposes a new framework for policy success that potentially facilitates planning, tracking, evaluating and communicating the trajectory of successes in a policy initiative. In this reframing of success, rather ...
Migration is a growing issue, but it remains a challenge to define who actually is a migrant
According to the United Nations, more people live in a country other than their place of birth today than ever before. The 2017 migration statistics show that about 34 people out of every 1,000 lived away from their place ...