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  • Geaney, Hugh; Dickinson, Calum; Barrett, Christopher A.; Ryan, Kevin M. (American Chemical Society, 2011)
    Herein, we describe the growth of highly dense germanium nanowire mats directly on copper foil by a self induced, solid seeded protocol. The existence of Cu3Ge tips on each of the nanowires indicates that growth proceeds ...
  • Ryan, Niall C (University of Limerick, 2010)
    This thesis is concerned with the problem of high frequency elastic wave inversion. This is the problem of determining sharp, localised changes in the properties of materials beneath the surface of the earth using only ...
  • Pita, Isabel; Hendaoui, Nordine; Liu, Ning; Kumbham, Mahendar; Tofail, Syed A.M.; Peremans, André; Silien, Christophe (Optical Society of America, 2013)
    Although confocal infrared (IR) absorption micro-spectroscopy is well established for far-field chemical imaging, its scope remains restricted since diffraction limits the spatial resolution to values a little above half ...
  • O'Sullivan, Mary (Human Kinetics, 1994)
    There is a paucity of literature on the specific issues of high school physical education and how those who do the job manage to create quality programs. Since a recent issue of Quest (Siedentop & O'SulIivan, 1992) ...
  • Breen, Sarah; Harrison, Andrew J.; Kenny, Ian (2010)
    The purpose of the present study was to compare lower limb alignment at initial ground contact between groups with normal and abnormal hip rotation range of motion. Male (n=8) and female (n=8) subjects performed an maximal ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 1999)
    The study of history is a well established discipline. For over sixty years teachers and students of history have been served by Irish Historical Studies which has set the standard for most professional writing of history ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2009)
    I am pleased to present a diverse series or essays from Ireland, the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada in volume ten of the History Studies. It has heen difficult to restrict the number or essays to nine as ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2011)
    I am pleased to present a diverse set of essays in volume twelve of History Studies. The high number of submissions shows the abundance of postgraduate history researchers working at this time. Many exceptional essays ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2000)
    Building on the success of History Studies. volume one, we are happy to introduce this second volume of history containing the work of students from around Ireland. The collection presents the work of both undergraduate ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2001)
    The publication of History Studies volume 3 marks the beginning of a new period. The involvement of founder-editors David A. Fleming and Edward Horgan has come to an end. Both have done a magnificent job in establishing History ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2003)
    It is with great pleasure that the editors present volume four of History Studies. It is hoped that the reader finds this volume a worthy successor to the preceeding volumes, these provide the foundations upon which we ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2004)
    It is with great pleasure that the editors present volume five of History Studies, the journal of the History Society of the University of Limerick. It is our opinion that this volume marks a watershed in the life of ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2005)
    History Studies, in its sixth edition, has continued to attract an eclectic selection of studies, reflective of the research being conducted in Irish institutions and the field of Irish history. The contributions to this ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2006)
    The quality and diversity of the contributions to volume seven of History Studies is indicative of the niche which the journal has established in the field of academic publishing as the sole post-graduate produced history ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (Univesity of Limerick History Society, 2007)
    With the publication of History Studies volume eight the editors are pleased to present an interesting and diverse array of articles. The nine contributions that have been selected for publication in this volume are the ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2008)
    The editors of History Studies are pleased to present a body of work composed of unique and exciting articles that present a wide scope of historical research. The selected contributions are diverse in nature and deep ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2012)
    We are very pleased to present this year's selection of articles from both Ireland and abroad. These student and early-career contributions reflect the breadth of scholarly engagement with a diversity of historical ...
  • University of Limerick History Society (University of Limerick History Society, 2010)
    I am pleased to present volume eleven of History Studies. This contains nine essays based on the work of postgraduate students in both Irish and British universities. The essays in this volume cover various aspects of ...
  • Mc Hugh, Martin; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine (2011)
    A recent revision to the European Medical Device Directive (MDD 2007/47/EC) made fourteen amendments to the original directive (93/42/EEC). A number of these changes directly affect the development of software for use in ...
  • Healy, Mary-Marcella (University of Limerick, 2014)
    Background: There is increasing imputes for evidence based practice (EBP) to be utilised within medical and allied healthcare. To integrate this clinical evidence into everyday practice, students must be equipped with the ...

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