Browsing by Supervisor "Ramsden, J. J."

Browsing by Supervisor "Ramsden, J. J."

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  • Aref, Amirreza (Cranfield University, 2008-09)
    The modulation of biological interaction with artificial surfaces is a vital aspect of biomaterials research. Perhaps the most challenging area is transplantation involving the introduction of stem cells into the body ...
  • McColl, James (Cranfield University, 2007)
    There is currently a trend towards the increasing use of nanotechnology in food. Emerging technology has the potential to modify the nutritional value and improve the quality of food products. Nevertheless there are ...
  • Yeh, Yun-Peng (Cranfield University, 2010-04)
    The underlying idea of this thesis is that the surface chemical and morphological nature of bacterial strains uniquely differentiates one from another and hence can be used as the basis for their identification and ...
  • Ghalamboran, M. R. (Cranfield University, 2011-01)
    Population pressure on food production motivates the search for new ways to increase the productivity of arable land, especially land rendered marginal by salinity or aridity. The global thesis motivating this work is that ...
  • Ansari, Farahnaz (Cranfield University, 2008)
    Biodesulfurization (BDS) is an alternative to hydrodesulfurization (HDS) as a method to remove sulfur from crude oil. Dibenzothiophene (DBT) was chosen as a model compound for the forms of thiophenic sulfur found in fossil ...
  • Bándi, Gergely (Cranfield University, 2011-10)
    Rapid prototyping tools exist in many fields of science and engineering, but are rare in biology especially not general tools that can handle the diversity and complexity of the many spatial and temporal scales in nature. ...