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Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access research by the Department of Management Science. This includes research that seeks to develop theory, solution methods and algorithms for confronting solving optimisation and predictive analytics problems arising from real-world situations, such as those arising in manufacturing, logistics, health and energy.

Management Science also explores the application of management science within healthcare organisations, the deployment of data analytics in the creation of risk-based decision support systems, and supply chain risk management.

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Number of items: 3.

2021

Charkoftaki, Georgia and Golla, Jaya Prakash and Santos-Neto, Alvaro and Orlicky, David and Garcia-Milian, Rolando and Chen, Ying and Rattray, Nicholas and Cai, Yuping and Wang, Yewei and Shern, Colin and Mironova, Varvara and Wang, Yensheng and Johnson, Caroline H. and Thompson, David and Vasilou, Vasilis (2021) Identification of dose-dependent DNA damage and repair responses from subchronic exposure to 1,4-dioxane in mice using a systems analysis approach. Toxicological Sciences. ISSN 1096-6080

2013

Monteagudo, Maykel C and Ancede-Gallardo, Evys and Jorge, Miguel and D. S. Cordeiro, M. Natalia (2013) Chemoinformatics profiling of ionic liquids : automatic and chemically interpretable cytotoxicity profiling, virtual screening and cytotoxicophore identification. Toxicological Sciences, 136 (2). pp. 548-565. ISSN 1096-6080

2009

Ellis, E. (2009) Protection against aflatoxin B1 in rat - a new look at the link between toxicity, carcinogenicity, and metabolism. Toxicological Sciences, 109 (1). pp. 1-3. ISSN 1096-6080

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