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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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2020

Jankowska, Katarzyna I. and Nagarkatti, Rana and Acharyya, Nirmallya and Dahiya, Neetu and Stewart, Caitlin and Macpherson, Ruairidh and Wilson, Mark and Anderson, John and MacGregor, Scott and Maclean, Michelle and Dey, Neil and Debranant, Alain and Atreya, Chintamani D (2020) Complete inactivation of blood borne pathogen trypanosoma cruzi in stored human platelet concentrates and plasma treated with 405nm violet-blue light. Frontiers in Medicine, 7. 617373. ISSN 2296-858X

Miljković, Nenad and van Overbeeke, Eline and Godman, Brian and Kovačević, Milena and Anastasi, Alison and Bochenek, Tomasz and Huys, Isabelle and Miljković, Branislava (2020) Practical implications from European hospital pharmacists on prospective risk assessment for medicine shortages. Frontiers in Medicine, 7. 407. ISSN 2296-858X

MacLean, Michelle and Gelderman, Monique P and Kulkarni, Sandhya and Tomb, Rachael M and Stewart, Caitlin F and Anderson, John G and MacGregor, Scott J and Atreya, Chintamani D (2020) Non-ionizing 405nm light as a potential bactericidal technology for platelet safety : evaluation of in vitro bacterial inactivation and in vivo platelet recovery in severe combined immunodeficient mice. Frontiers in Medicine, 6. 331. ISSN 2296-858X

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