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  • Ní Bhriain, Orfhlaith M. (Dance Ireland, 2013)
    This essay focuses on contemporary developments within the Irish step dance genre in 21st century performance contexts. It examines in particular a number of eminent Irish dance choreographers who have made significant ...
  • Feng, Xin; Parnas, David Lorge (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    Tabular expressions were proposed as a documentation tool that can be used to document software precisely and unambiguously. This paper explores the applications of four testing strategies in tabular expression-based ...
  • Marnane, Aoife (School of Architecture, University of Limerick, 2014)
    Greek philosopher Aristotle deduced in his major treatise De Anima that without the sense of touch there could be no other senses “The first sense, the root and ground as it were of the other senses... the one which ...
  • Gaffney, Darragh (University of Limerick, 2010)
    The objective of this research is to synthesise mesoporous silicates, incorporate metal complexes on to the surface of the silicates post synthesis and utilise these materials for the immobilisation of histidine-tagged ...
  • O'Neill, Sarah (University of Limerick, 2011)
    Enzymes often display high regio- and chemoselectivity and therefore are of great interest for industrial processes. However, in these processes, they can show low stability and are not reusable. Immobilisation can ...
  • McAnallen, Martin; Coleman, Gerry (EuroSPI, 2005)
    Updating and maintaining legacy systems creates significant challenges for software developers. Modifying legacy applications can be a time-consuming process which is fraught with architectural and code minefields. In many ...
  • Gresse von Wangenheim, Christiane; von Wangenheim, Aldo; Hauck, Jean Carlo R.; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Buglione, Luigi (2012)
    Developing high-quality asynchronous store-and-forward telemedicine systems (ASFTSs) remains a challenge. However, there is no accepted understanding as to what are the important quality characteristics for this type of ...
  • Schweppe, Jennifer (Thomson Round Hall, 2011)
    Discusses the issue of abortion in Ireland following the European Court of Human Rights decision in A v Ireland (25579/05) and suggests that Ireland is under an obligation to introduce legislation which reconciles the right ...
  • Feller, Joseph; Fitzgerald, Brian; van der Hoek, A (IEEE Computer Society, 2002)
  • Kolovos, Dimitrios S.; Rose, Louis M.; Abid, Saad bin; Paige, Richard F.; Polack, Fiona A.C.; Botterweck, Goetz (Springer-Verlag, 2010)
    EMF and GMF are powerful frameworks for implementing tool support for modelling languages in Eclipse. However, with power comes complexity; implementing a graphical editor for a modelling language using EMF and GMF requires ...
  • Alvarez, Marcela Salazar (University of Limerick, 2016)
    Protein adsorption at interfaces has significant importance in the development of materials for applications such as medical devices and biosensors. In this study targeted protein adsorption is investigated. Hydroxyapatite ...
  • Dowling, Catríona M; Kiely, Patrick A. (MDPI, 2015)
    The signaling outputs of Receptor Tyrosine Kinases, G-protein coupled receptors and integrins converge to mediate key cell process such as cell adhesion, cell migration, cell invasion and cell proliferation. Once activated ...
  • McNair, David; Killian, Sheila; Collison, Maria; Bradshaw, Fintan; Cumming, Mark (Trócaire, 2009)
    Tax is the most sustainable source of development finance providing developing countries with revenue for investment in essential services and infrastructure, while promoting greater accountability between state and ...
  • Keegan, Brian (University of Limerick, 2017)
    An analysis of tax receipts in two jurisdictions, Ireland and the United Kingdom, points to the significance of fiduciary tax collection usually carried out by organisations. This research seeks to establish if the factors ...
  • Popescu, Razvan; Staikopoulos, Athanasios; Liu, Peng; Brogi, Antonio; Clarke, Siobhán (IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
    Current adaptation approaches mainly work in isolation and cannot be easily integrated to tackle complex adaptation scenarios. The few existing cross-layer adaptation techniques are somewhat inflexible because the adaptation ...
  • Ó Riain, Gordon (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2015)
    Old age and fear of Judgement are common themes in the religious poetry of late medieval and early modern Ireland. These widespread themes are, of course, well attested in other periods and in many other literatures. The ...
  • Tannehill, Deborah; O'Sullivan, Mary (Human Kinetics, 1990)
    The 1980s witnessed an unparalled review, analysis, and critique of the quality of education and schooling in the United States. Criticism that has emanated from the wide range of reports and research studies was directed ...
  • Moynihan, Sharon; Paakkari, Leena; Välimaa, Raili; Jourdan, Didier; Mannix McNamara, Patricia (Public Library of Science, 2015)
    Objective The aim of this research study was to identify the core competencies for health education teachers in supporting the development of health literacy among their students. Method/Results A three round Delphi ...
  • Mooney Simmie, Geraldine (Taylor and Francis: Routledge, 2007)
    From October to December 2005, six biology associates were employed to progress the connection between curriculum implementation and the continuing professional development of teachers at regional level. The associates ...
  • McGarr, Oliver; O'Brien, J. (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2007)
    The Schools IT2000 initiative, launched in 1997, was the first large-scale attempt to integrate ICT into teaching and learning in the Irish education system. Prior to its launch computer use in Irish schools was inhibited ...