Luis E Flores

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Understanding the implementation of evidence-based practice (EBP) in community service settings is critical for the successful translation of research to practice. However, we have limited research evidence about the impact of EBP implementation on the mental health and social service workforce. In a previous study we demonstrated reduced staff turnover(More)
This paper describes the development of a multi-robot system for Area Reduction in Humanitarian Demining. In spite of the specific requirements imposed to the work being carried out by the Humanitarian Demining domain, the results being achieved can also be used in other domains such as surveillance and remote monitoring. A multi-agent based architecture is(More)
This article, presents two robots developed by IntRoSys, S. A.. Poseidon, is a walking robot capable of scanning a large area encompassed by itself with a set of landmine detection sensors. The 3 by 3 m free area encompassed by the structure, plus the wide and accurate mobility of the payload sensors, makes this solution a remarkably useful tool for(More)
The immune system protects the body against health-threatening entities, known as antigens, through very complex interactions involving the antigens and the system's own entities. One remarkable feature resulting from such interactions is the immune system's ability to improve its capability to fight antigens commonly found in the individual's environment.(More)
—As automated manufacturing systems become more and more complex, the need for new methodologies to improve the design and development of industrial monitoring and control solutions is becoming peremptory. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) dominates the application domain meaning that they are established as the most popular industrial controllers used(More)
MOTIVATION The need for more effective and safer pharmaceuticals is a persistent quest. Microbial adaptations create the need to permanently develop new antimicrobials (AMPs), for instance. Similarly, intracellular delivery of drugs is still a challenge and translocation of membranes for drug delivery is an area of intense research. Peptides can be used(More)
BACKGROUND Embryo resorption is a major problem in human medicine, agricultural animal production and in conservation breeding programs. Underlying mechanisms have been investigated in the well characterised mouse model. However, post mortem studies are limited by the rapid disintegration of embryonic structures. A method to reliably identify embryo(More)