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Open Access research that solves space system engineering problems...

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by scholars in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE), based within the Faculty of Engineering.

Research at MAE includes research into space systems engineering and spaceflight mechanics. This spans a wide variety of topics such as nano-satellites, self-assembling spacecraft, orbital dynamics, trajectory design and optimization, autonomous navigation and planning, all under the auspices of the Aerospace Centre of Excellence - and with almost all research outputs openly available through Strathprints.

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2019

Ojo, Ebenezer and Hosni, Zied and Onyemelukwe, Iyke and Ramakers, Lennart and Houson, Ian and Florence, Alastair (2019) Developing process understanding for continuous manufacturing of Lamivudine (EpivirĀ®) Stable Form I. In: 50th Annual Conference of the British Association of Crystal Growth, 2019-07-09 - 2019-07-11.

2017

Hithell, Gordon Robert and Ramakers, Lennart A. I. and Burley, Glenn A. and Hunt, Neil T. (2017) Applications of 2D-IR spectroscopy to probe the structural dynamics of DNA. In: Frontiers and Advances in Molecular Spectroscopy. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, pp. 77-100. ISBN 9780128112205

Ramakers, Lennart A. I. and Hithell, Gordon and May, John J. and Greetham, Gregory M. and Donaldson, Paul M. and Towrie, Michael and Parker, Anthony W. and Burley, Glenn and Hunt, Neil (2017) 2D-IR spectroscopy shows that optimised DNA minor groove binding of Hoechst33258 follows an induced fit model. Journal of Physical Chemistry B. ISSN 1520-6106

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