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COP26: Open Access research addressing the climate emergency...

COP26, the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference, is being held in the University of Strathclyde's home city of Glasgow, 31 October – 12 November 2021. Open Access research from across Strathclyde, much of it cross-disciplinary, has been pioneering solutions to the climate crisis. These solutions are diverse and range from engineering innovations within renewable energies or economic and policy instruments to support societal transitions to net-zero.

Strathclyde has observer status during COP26 and staff and students are participating in the formal proceedings, including participating in a number of COP26 events, exhibitions and other activities.

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2019

Siheri, Weam and Ebiloma, Godwin U. and Igoli, John O. and Gray, Alexander I. and Biddau, Marco and Akrachalanont, Pilaslak and Samya Sh M D Alenezi, Samya and Alwashih, Mohammad A. and Edrada Ebel, RuAngelie and Müller, Sylke and Lawrence, Catherine E. and Fearnley, James and Watson, David G. and De Koning, Harry P. (2019) Isolation of a novel flavanonol and an alkylresorcinol with highly potent anti-trypanosomal activity from Libyan propolis. Molecules, 24 (6). 1041. ISSN 1420-3049

2017

Alwashih, Mohammad A. and Stimson, Roland H. and Andrew, Ruth and Walker, Brian R. and Watson, David G. (2017) Acute interaction between hydrocortisone and insulin alters the plasma metabolome in humans. Scientific Reports, 7 (1). 11488. ISSN 2045-2322

2015

Alwashih, Mohammad and Watson, David and Grant, Mary and Henderson, Catherine (2015) Metabolomics as a tool to investigate mephadrone as a drug of abuse in rat hepatocytes. In: 13th European ISSX meeting, 2015-06-22 - 2015-06-25, TIC Building, Strathclyde University.

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