John J. Neale

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Although bioleaching was used unknowingly by the ancients to extract metals (principally copper) from ores, the development of modern commercial bioleaching processes is relatively new. It began in the late 1940s, with the discovery of the role of bacteria in the formation of acid mine drainage. From there, research and development activities in the field(More)
Saladin, Shang, Fry, and Donohue analyze the research constituents of Production and Operations Management Journal since its inaugural issue in 1992 through 2012. During this time, POMS published 720 articles that were authored by 1,161 different authors who were affiliated with 337 academic institutions. The authors of this article identify the total(More)
Hospitals which increase in size in terms of buildings and beds present problems to catering staff especially when the buildings are a mixture of old and new. Existing facilities are seldom adequate to cope with extended distances between wards or throughput of meals for an increasing number of patients. The Royal Sussex County Hospital at Brighton has(More)
Lyn Abramson Michelle Craske Craig Anderson Carolyn Cutrona Bernice Andrews Joan Davidson Marty Antony Michael Dawson Patricia Arean Raymond DiGiuseppe John Arrowood Mark Dombeck Joan Asarnow Benjamin Dykman Michael Ascher Thomas D'Zurilla Lisa Aspinwall Mitchell Eafleywine John Bargh Kathleen Eldredge Roy Baumeister Irene Elkins Deborah Beidel Timothy(More)
This paper draws on the findings of an on-going research project, funded by the Crafts Council ‘Learning through Making’ project and the Technology Enhancement Programme, into the competencies and capabilities which young people develop by being involved in making activities. Phase one was reported at IDATER 1997.1 The second phase of this research sought(More)
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