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Strathclyde researchers are highly active in the areas of space systems, astronautics, space science, and space mechatronics. Researchers from Physics within the Centre for Space Science and Applications, the Aerospace Centre of Excellence in MAE, the Space Mechatronic Systems Technology (SMeSTech) Laboratory within DMEM, and researchers in EEE, all explore the engineering and scientific challenges within space, with topics such as spaceflight mechanics, robotics for in-orbit satellite services and refuelling, and satellite-based ocean colour remote sensing, among many others.

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Number of items: 22.

2011

Coburn, Annette and Inverarity, H and Wallace, David (2011) The Fairbridge Spirit. In: History of Youth & Community Work Conference, 2011-01-16.

Coburn, Annette and Wallace, David (2011) Youth Work in Communities and Schools. Policy and Practice in Education, 28 . Dunedin Academic Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9781906716233

2010

Wallace, David (2010) Continuous professional development and transitions in education : a report on an investigation undertaken for West Forum Glasgow. [Report]

Wallace, David (2010) The grit in the oyster : does an appreciation of threshold concepts in an adult literacies teaching qualification result in pearls of practice. Literacy and Numeracy Studies, 18 (1). pp. 3-18.

2009

Wallace, David (2009) Evaluation of Glasgow East Youth Bank. [Report]

Wallace, David and Coburn, Annette (2009) Tackling sexual health inequalities: an evaluation of the love stings programme at Fairbridge in Glasgow. [Report]

2008

Wallace, David; Bryce, T.G.K. and Humes, W.M., eds. (2008) Community education, community learning and development. In: Scottish Education. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 742-751. ISBN 978-0748625932

Wallace, David (2008) Community education, a mirror and a shield. The Edinburgh Papers. pp. 4-8.

Wallace, David (2008) The grit in the oyster : TQAL for pearls of practice. In: Australian Council for Adult Literacy, 2008-10-01 - 2008-10-03.

2007

Coburn, Annette and Wallace, David (2007) Healthy Valleys : reversing decline in eight rural communities. [Report]

Ackland, Aileen and Wallace, David; (2007) Literacies teaching and work-based learning. In: Literacies Teaching and Work Based Learning. UNSPECIFIED, ITA.

2005

Wallace, David and Ryan, Anne (2005) Evaluation of the Calley Youth Centre. [Report]

2004

Wallace, David and Ryan, Anne (2004) Evaluation of youth diversion in South Lanarkshire. [Report]

Wallace, David (2004) Evaluation of youth services and youth participation in Lanark. [Report]

Wallace, David and Mackie, Gordon (2004) The needs of young LGBT people in Scotland. [Report]

2003

Milburn, Ted and Wallace, David; Bryce, Tom and Humes, Walter M., eds. (2003) Community education, community learning and development. In: Scottish Education. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 865-874. ISBN 074861625X

Wallace, David and Coburn, Annette (2003) Evaluation of East End youth participation strategy. [Report]

Wallace, David (2003) Evaluation of South Lanarkshire community safety partnership. [Report]

Wallace, David (2003) Research report on access to community education for black and minority ethnic students. [Report]

2002

Milburn, Ted and Wallace, David; (2002) Community education and community devepolment : the Scottish experience. In: Yhteiso kehittamisen kentala. University of Joensuu, Finland, pp. 31-46. ISBN 952-458-151-5

Wallace, David and Coburn, Annette (2002) Space - the fnal frontier : an exploration of territoriality. Scottish Youth Issues Journal, 2002 (5). pp. 73-92.

Wallace, David (2002) Territoriality - a literature review. [Report]

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