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Open Access research that pioneers intelligent infrastructure

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, based within the Faculty of Engineering.

Civil & Environmental Engineering hosts the Centre for Intelligent Infrastructure which harnesses techniques from a variety of sciences and engineering in order to solve problems surrounding safety and resilience of structures supporting energy generation, waste storage, transportation and urban infrastructure. The wider Department also demonstrates specialisms in ground engineering and energy geosciences, as well as environmental sustainability.

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Fritzsch, Robby and Greetham, Gregory M. and Clark, Ian P. and Minnes, Lucy and Towrie, Michael and Parker, Anthony W. and Hunt, Neil T. (2019) Monitoring base specific dynamics during melting of DNA-ligand complexes using temperature-jump time-resolved infrared spectroscopy. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 123 (29). pp. 6188-6199. ISSN 1520-6106

Butler, Holly J. and Smith, Benjamin R. and Fritzsch, Robby and Radhakrishnan, Pretheepan and Palmer, David S. and Baker, Matthew J. (2018) Optimised spectral pre-processing for discrimination of biofluids via ATR-FTIR spectroscopy. Analyst. ISSN 0003-2654

Fritzsch, Robby and Donaldson, Paul M. and Greetham, Gregory M. and Towrie, Michael and Parker, Anthony W. and Baker, Matthew J. and Hunt, Neil T. (2018) Rapid screening of DNA-ligand complexes via 2D-IR spectroscopy and ANOVA-PCA. Analytical Chemistry, 90 (4). pp. 2732-2740. ISSN 0003-2700

Fritzsch, Robby and Brady, Owen and Adair, Elaine and Wright, Joseph A. and Pickett, Christopher J. and Hunt, Neil (2016) Encapsulating Subsite analogues of the [FeFe]-hydrogenases in micelles enables direct water interactions. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 7. pp. 2838-2843. ISSN 1948-7185

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