Brazilian hospital A&E resource optinisation

Inferences from A&E data for resource optimisation in Brazilian hospitals Dr Juliana Bowles, Dr Sandra Quickert, Dr Ricardo Czekster & Dr Thais Webber School of Computer Science & University of Santa Cruz do Sul, Brazil Over the last five years, …

December 6, 2016 | Computer Science


Single pixel imaging

Dr Michael Mazilu School of Physics & Astronomy An image is worth a thousand words. This statement holds not only true in every day life but even more so in science.

December 2, 2016 | Physics and Astronomy


Improving young people’s health and well-being

Adolescents make up about one sixth of the world’s population, so policy and practice that improves the lives of young people is hugely beneficial now and for the future. In the current economic climate, most countries in Europe are faced …

August 6, 2015 | Culture and Society


Psychological intervention to alleviate heightened fears of recurrence of cancer patients

Fear of recurrence is a major concern for many cancer patients, as highlighted in a major review by Professor Gerald Humphris and Dr Gozde Ozakinci of the School of Medicine.

February 20, 2015 | Impact


Porous material use in the delivery of biologically active gases

Nitric oxide (NO) is an extremely toxic gas at high levels which is extremely beneficial for healthcare at the right doses.

February 20, 2015 | Chemistry