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Discovery is the University of Dundee's online collection of published research material. Search online for articles, books, conference papers, research theses and other material - many of which are openly available as full text. It is easy to find new research material, and easy to deposit your own work to make it more widely available.

Discovery is a valuable source of research material for students, researchers and the public.

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    This weekend is the last chance to see the record-breaking University of Dundee Art, Design & Architecture 2015 Degree Show. The Degree Show has already reached new highs by attracting well in excess of 10,000 visitors over the course of the past week, including over 5500 people on the opening night. The show has also been viewed by people in m...
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From September 2009 onwards an electronic copy of all University of Dundee research theses must be deposited by the author in Discovery, the University's repository.

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  • increased impact and citation of your work
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  • Status of the CLIC-UK R&D programme on design of key systems for the compact linear collider

    Clarke, J. A. , Collomb, N. , Jamison, S. P. , McIntosh, P. A. , Shepherd, B. J. A. , Stokes, G. , Corsini, R. , Grudiev, A. , Latina, A. , Lefevre, T. , Marrelli, C. , Modena, M. , Schmickler, H. , Schulte, D. , Skowronski, P. , Stapnes, S. , Tecker, F. , Tomas, R. , Wegner, R. , Wendt, M. & 34 others Wuensch, W., Gillespie, W. A., Pan, R., Tyrk, M. A., Walsh, D. A., Bett, D. R., Blaskovic Kraljevic, N., Burrows, P. N., Christian, G. B., Corner, L., Davis, M. R., Gamba, D., Perry, C., Roberts, J., Ainsworth, R., Aumeyr, T., Bobb, L., Boogert, S., Bosco, A., Cullinan, F. J., Karataev, P., Kruchinin, K., Lyapin, A., Nevay, L. J., Snuverink, J., Towler, J. R., Burt, G., Dexter, A., Jenkins, M., Karimian, S., Lingwood, C., Woolley, B., Jones, R. & Praveen Kumar, A. V. 2014 IPAC 2014: Proceedings of the 5th International Particle Accelerator Conference. Petit-Jean-Genaz, C., Arduini, G., Michel, P. & Schaa, V. R. W. (eds.). Geneva: JACoW, p. 1354-1357 4 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

  • Status of the CLIC/CTF beam instrumentation R&D

    Wendt, M. , Benot-Morell, A. , Bielawski, B. P. , Bobb, L. , Bravin, E. , Lefevre, T. , Locci, F. , Magnoni, S. , Mazzoni, S. , Nebot Del Busto, E. , Pan, R. , Towler, J. , Gillespie, W. A. , Walsh, D. A. , Jamison, S. P. , Aumeyr, T. , Boogert, S. , Karataev, P. , Lyapin, A. , Snuverink, J. & 2 others Nappa, J. M. & Vilalte, S. 2014 IPAC 2014 : Proceedings of the 5th International Particle Accelerator Conference. Petit-Jean-Genaz, C., Arduini, G., Michel, P. & Schaa, V. R. W. (eds.). Geneva: JACoW, p. 3690-3693 4 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

  • Individual variability analysis of fluorescence parameters measured in skin with different levels of nutritive blood flow

    Dunaev, A. V., Dremin, V. V., Zherebtsov, E. A., Rafailov, I. E., Litvinova, K. S., Palmer, S. G., Stewart, N. A., Sokolovski, S. G. & Rafailov, E. U. Jun 2015 In : Medical Engineering & Physics. 37, 6, p. 574-583 10 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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