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    • Fabrication of polymeric substrates with micro- and nanoscale topography bioimprinted at progressive cell morphologies 

      Murray LM; Nock V; Alkaisi MM; Lee JJM; Woodfield TBF (A V S AMER INST PHYSICS, 2012)
      This work introduces a novel process for the fabrication of polymer cell culture substrates containing physical topography based on timepoint specific cell phenotype replicas. Bioimprinting of human nasal chondrocyte at ...
    • Facile fabrication of complex networks of memristive devices 

      Minnai C; Bellacicca A; Brown SA; Milani P (2017)
      We describe the memristive properties of cluster-assembled gold films. We show that resistive switching is observed in pure metallic nanostructured films at room temperature and atmospheric pressure, in response to applied ...
    • Factors influencing the behavioural development of juvenile New Zealand falcons (Falco novaeseelandiae) 

      Kross, S.M.; Nelson, X.J. (University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2013)
    • A family of intracules, a conjecture and the electron correlation problem 

      Gill, P.M.W.; Crittenden, D.L.; O’Neill, D.P.; Besley, N.A. (University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 2006)
      We present a radical approach to the calculation of electron correlation energies. Unlike conventional methods based on Hartree–Fock or density functional theory, it is based on the twoelectron phase-space information ...
    • Far-infrared observations of an unbiased sample of gamma-ray burst host galaxies 

      Kohn, S.A.; Michalowski, M.J.; Bourne, N.; Baes, M.; Fritz, J.; Cooray, A.; de Looze, I.; De Zotti, G.; Dannerbauer, H.; Dunne, L.; Dye, S.; Eales, S.; Furlanetto, C.; Gonzalez-Nuevo, J.; Ibar, E.; Ivison, R.J.; Maddox, S.J.; Scott, D.; Smith, D.J.B.; Smith, M.W.L.; Symeonidis, M.; Valiante, E. (University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy, 2015)
      Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are the most energetic phenomena in the Universe; be- lieved to result from the collapse and subsequent explosion of massive stars. Even though it has profound consequences for our understanding ...
    • Fast three-dimensional phase retrieval in propagation-based x-ray tomography 

      Thompson D; Nesterets YI; Pavlov KM; Gureyev T (2018)
      The following paper describes a method for three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction of multi-material objects based on propagation-based X-ray phase-contrast tomography (PB-CT) with phase retrieval using the homogenous form ...
    • Felt Job Insecurity and Union Membership: The Case of Temporary Workers 

      De Cuyper, N.; De Witte, H.; Sverke, M.; Hellgren, J.; Naswall, K. (University of Canterbury. Psychology, 2014)
      The present study investigates the relationship between felt job insecurity and union membership accounting for potential differences between temporary and permanent workers. Consistent with the idea that felt job ...
    • The First Continuous Optical Monitoring of the Transitional Millisecond Pulsar PSR J1023+0038 with Kepler 

      Papitto A; Rea N; Zelati FC; Martino DD; Scaringi S; Campana S; Wilhelmi EDO; Knigge C; Serenelli A; Stella L; Torres DF; D'Avanzo P; Israel GL (2018)
      © 2018. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved. We report on the first continuous, 80-day optical monitoring of the transitional millisecond pulsar PSR J1023+0038 carried out in mid 2017 with Kepler in the ...
    • The first metal complexes of 3,3'-bi-1,2,4-oxadiazole: A curiously ignored ligand 

      Richardson, C.; Steel, P.J. (University of Canterbury. Chemistry., 2007)
      The crystal structure of 3,3'-bi-1,2,4-oxadiazole (1) reveals a planar centrosymmetric structure for this molecule in the solid state. It forms a mononuclear complex (3) with palladium(II) chloride, which is shown by X-ray ...
    • The First Planetary Microlensing Event with Two Microlensed Source Stars 

      Bennett DP; Udalski A; Han C; Bond IA; Beaulieu JP; Skowron J; Gaudi BS; Koshimoto N; Abe F; Asakura Y; Barry RK; Bhattacharya A; Donachie M; Evans P; Fukui A; Hirao Y; Itow Y; Li MCA; Ling CH; Masuda K; Matsubara Y; Muraki Y; Nagakane M; Ohnishi K; Oyokawa H; Ranc C; Rattenbury NJ; Rosenthal MM; Saito T; Sharan A; Sullivan DJ; Sumi T; Suzuki D; Tristram PJ; Yonehara A; Szymański MK; Poleski R; Soszyński I; Ulaczyk K; Wyrzykowski; Depoy D; Gould A; Pogge RW; Yee JC; Albrow MD; Bachelet E; Batista V; Bowens-Rubin R; Brillant S; Caldwell JAR; Cole A; Coutures C; Dieters S; Prester DD; Donatowicz J; Fouqué P; Horne K; Hundertmark M; Kains N; Kane SR; Marquette JB; Menzies J; Pollard KR; Ranc C; Sahu KC; Wambsganss J; Williams A; Zub M (2018)
      © 2018. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved. We present the analysis of the microlensing event MOA-2010-BLG-117, and show that the light curve can only be explained by the gravitational lensing of a ...
    • Fish polyomaviruses belong to two distinct evolutionary lineages. 

      Van Doorslaer K; Kraberger S; Austin C; Farkas K; Bergeman M; Paunil E; Davison W; Varsani A (2018)
      The Polyomaviridae is a diverse family of circular double-stranded DNA viruses. Polyomaviruses have been isolated from a wide array of animal hosts. An understanding of the evolutionary and ecological dynamics of these ...
    • Formaldehyde in the Tropical Western Pacific: Chemical Sources and Sinks, Convective Transport, and Representation in CAM-Chem and the CCMI Models 

      Anderson DC; Nicely JM; Wolfe GM; Hanisco TF; Salawitch RJ; Canty TP; Dickerson RR; Apel EC; Baidar S; Bannan TJ; Blake NJ; Chen D; Dix B; Fernandez RP; Hall SR; Hornbrook RS; Gregory Huey L; Josse B; Jöckel P; Kinnison DE; Koenig TK; Le Breton M; Marécal V; Morgenstern O; Oman LD; Pan LL; Percival C; Plummer D; Revell LE; Rozanov E; Saiz-Lopez A; Stenke A; Sudo K; Tilmes S; Ullmann K; Volkamer R; Weinheimer AJ; Zeng G (2017)
      ©2017. American Geophysical Union. All Rights Reserved. Formaldehyde (HCHO) directly affects the atmospheric oxidative capacity through its effects on HO x . In remote marine environments, such as the tropical western ...
    • Forward-Looking Infrared Cameras for Micrometeorological Applications within Vineyards 

      Katurji, M.; Zawar-Reza, P. (University of Canterbury. Geography, 2016)
      We apply the principles of atmospheric surface layer dynamics within a vineyard canopy to demonstrate the use of forward-looking infrared cameras measuring surface brightness temperature (spectrum bandwidth of 7.5 to 14 ...
    • Four-coordinate complexes of bis(1-diphenylphosphinoindenyl)iron(II) 

      Adams, J.J.; Curnow, O.J.; Fern, G.M. (University of Canterbury. Chemistry., 2006)
      Palladium, platinum and rhodium complexes of rac- and meso-bis(1-diphenylphosphinoindenyl)iron(II) (1) are reported. Both rac and meso isomers of {bis(1-diphenylphosphinoindenyl)iron(II)}palladium dichloride (rac- and ...
    • A frailty index derived from a standardized comprehensive geriatric assessment predicts mortality and aged residential care admission 

      Burn R; Hubbard RE; Scrase RJ; Abey-Nesbit RK; Peel NM; Schluter PJ; Jamieson HA (2018)
      © 2018 The Author(s). Background: Frailty in older adults is a condition characterised by a loss or reduction in physiological reserve resulting in increased clinical vulnerability. However, evidence suggests that frailty ...
    • Framework for developing volcanic fragility and vulnerability functions for critical infrastructure 

      Wilson G; Wilson TM; Deligne NI; Blake DM; Cole JW (2017)
      Volcanic risk assessment using probabilistic models is increasingly desired for risk management, particularly for loss forecasting, critical infrastructure management, land-use planning and evacuation planning. Over the ...
    • A free-floating planet candidate from the OGLE and KMTNet surveys 

      Mroz P; Ryu Y-H; Skowron J; Udalski A; Gould A; Szymanski MK; Soszynski I; Poleski R; Pietrukowicz P; Kozlowski S; Pawlak M; Ulaczyk K; Albrow MD; Chung S-J; Jung YK; Han C; Hwang K-H; Shin I-G; Yee JC; Zhu W; Cha S-M; Kim D-J; Kim H-W; Kim S-L; Lee C-U; Lee D-J; Lee Y; Park B-G; Pogge RW (2017)
      Current microlensing surveys are sensitive to free-floating planets down to Earth-mass objects. All published microlensing events attributed to unbound planets were identified based on their short timescale (below 2 d), ...
    • Frequency non-degenerate sequential excitation of the impurity trapped exciton in strontium fluoride crystals doped with ytterbium 

      Senanayake, P.S.; Wells, J-P.R.; Reid, M.F.; Hughes-Currie, R.B.; Berden, G.; Reeves, R.J.; Meijerink, A. (University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy, 2015)
      We model the dynamic behaviour observed for impurity-trapped excitons in SrF2:Yb2+ using transient photoluminescence enhancement induced via a two-frequency, sequential excitation process employing an UV optical parametric ...
    • From humanitarian aid to humanization: When outgroup, but not ingroup, helping increases humanization. 

      Davies T; Yogeeswaran K; Verkuyten M; Loughnan S (2018)
      Dehumanization and infrahumanization involve decreasing the humanity attributed to others. Despite the existence of a large body of work on these topics, little is known about how to increase outgroup humanization. Across ...
    • From major merger to radio galaxy: Low surface-brightness stellar counterpart to the giant HI ring around B2 0648+27 (Research Note) 

      Emonts, B.H.C.; Morganti, R.; van Gorkom, J.H.; Oosterloo, T.A.; Brogt, E.; Tadhunter, C.N. (University of Canterbury. University Centre for Teaching and LearningUniversity of Canterbury. AVC Research Office, 2008)
      We present the detection of a low surface-brightness stellar counterpart to an enormous (190 kpc) ring of neutral hydrogen (HI) gas that surrounds the nearby radio galaxy B2 0648+27. This system is currently in an ...