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A novel computational model is being developed in GSBmE to simulate and investigate direct brain excitation by electroconvulsive therapy
The aim of this work is to identify the factors responsible for the emerging problem of catastrophic stress corrosion cracking failure of rock bolts in underground mines and to develop strategies for resisting rock bolt failure. The work is of very su...
Ria Arnold is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Translational Neuroscience Facility, School of Medical Sciences, UNSW.
Laterally spreading tumours of the colorectum: an alternative pathway of colorectal cancer development in the Western world
Colorectal cancer develops from precursors called adenomas. Mostly, these grow out from the wall of the bowel to form polyps, which are easily seen at colonoscopy, and well researched. However, some adenomas are flat, and spread sideways to form latera...