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The direction of eye gaze and orientation of the face towards or away from another are important social signals for man and for macaque monkey. We have studied the effects of these signals in a region of the macaque temporal cortex where cells have been found to be responsive to the sight of faces. Of cells selectively responsive to the sight of the face or(More)
Movement provides biologically important information about the nature (and intent) of animate objects. We have studied cells in the superior temporal sulcus of the macaque monkey which seem to process such visual information. We found that the majority of cells in this brain region were selective for type of movement and for stimulus form, most cells(More)
We have investigated the distribution of cells responsive to faces within the macaque temporal cortex and their sensitivity to different face attributes. We found a functional organization of cells responsive to the sight of different views of the head. Cells of a similar type were grouped together both vertically down through the cortex, and horizontally(More)
Experimental and clinical studies have generally shown that the neural mechanisms for face processing in man are (1) designed to deal with the configuration of upright faces and (2) located predominantly in the right cerebral hemisphere. Monkeys would seem to process faces in a different manner to humans since they appear to show no hemispheric asymmetry(More)
This letter describes an electric-field assisted assembly technique used to position individual nanowires suspended in a dielectric medium between two electrodes defined lithographically on a SiO 2 substrate. During the assembly process, the forces that induce alignment are a result of nanowire polarization in the applied alternating electric field. This(More)
Nanostructures are electrochemically deposited into alumina or polycarbonate templates resulting in monodisperse, anisotropic particles with a range of tunable sizes. These particles have been synthesized with diameters of 20–250 nm and with lengths of 1–10 µm. Currently, structures have been made with stripes of Au, offer a variety of different properties.(More)
Alumina membranes containing 200 nm diameter pores were replicated electrochemically with metals (Au and Ag) to make free-standing nanowires several microns in length. Wet layer-by-layer assembly of nanoparticle (TiO 2 or ZnO)/polymer thin films was carried out in the membrane between electrodeposition steps to give nanowires that contained rectifying(More)
SUMMARY PeakForce TM Quantitative Nanomechanical Mapping (QNM TM) is a new atomic force microscopy technique for measuring the Young's modulus of materials with high spatial resolution and surface sensitivity, by probing at the nanoscale. In the present work, modulus results from PeakForce™ QNM™ using three different probes are presented for a number of(More)
The current paper is concerned with modelling damage and fracture in woven fabric composite double-lap bolted joints that fail by net-tension. A 3-D finite element model is used, which incorporates bolt clamp-up, to model a range of CFRP bolted joints, which were also tested experimentally. The effects of laminate lay-up, joint geometry, hole size and bolt(More)
The strength and fatigue properties of cast iron samples taken from water distribution mains have been investigated. Specimens were sourced from three sections of pipe which had experienced varying amounts of corrosion in service, enabling the variable of pipe condition to be incorporated within the study. The strengths in four-point flexure of small(More)