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Open Access research that is solving urban design problems...

The Department of Architecture reflects the multi and trans-disciplinary nature of architecture and urbanism, focussing on real-world problems. This includes the work of the Urban Design Studies Unit (UDSU), which is pioneering 'urban morphometrics', harnessing spatial data science, urban geo-data processing, and machine learning approaches to better understand cities, their form, functions and impact, with the ultimate goal of making them more resilient.

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Krivoruchko, Anastasiia and Kuyukina, Maria and Peshkur, Tatyana and Cunningham, Colin J. and Ivshina, Irina (2023) Rhodococcus strains from the specialized collection of alkanotrophs for biodegradation of aromatic compounds. Molecules, 28 (5). 2393. ISSN 1420-3049


Ivshina, Irina B. and Krivoruchko, Anastasiia V. and Kuyukina, Maria S. and Peshkur, Tatyana A. and Cunningham, Colin J. (2022) Adhesion of Rhodococcus bacteria to solid hydrocarbons and enhanced biodegradation of these compounds. Scientific Reports, 12. 21559. ISSN 2045-2322


Cunningham, Colin J. and Kuyukina, Maria S. and Ivshina, Irena B. and Konev, Alexandr I. and Peshkur, Tatyana A. and Knapp, Charles W. (2020) Potential risks of antibiotic resistant bacteria and genes in bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soils. Environmental Sciences: Processes and Impacts, 22 (5). pp. 1110-1124. ISSN 2050-7895


Ivshina, Irena B. and Kuyukina, Maria S. and Krivoruchko, Anastasiya V. and Elkin, Andrey A. and Makarov, Sergey O. and Cunningham, Colin J. and Peshkur, Tatyana A. and Atlas, Ronald M. and Philp, James C. (2015) Oil spill problems and sustainable response strategies through new technologies. Environmental Sciences: Processes and Impacts, 17 (7). pp. 1201-1219. ISSN 2050-7895

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