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An image analysis computer has been used to count and measure goblet cells in the epithelium of the bronchiolar tree of rats exposed to sulfur dioxide vapor. A technique was developed which enabled a bioassay of the irritant effects of the gas.
The governance of science, including the whole system of quality assurance, depends on specialist access to resources and publication. A new and radical engagement of the public in reality and crowd-sourced science is calling this principle into question. Following the furore surrounding cancer claims for herbicide-resistant transgenic maize (Nature 489,… (More)
To realise novel, low-cost, photonic technologies that can support 100Gb/s Ethernet in next-generation dense wavelength-division-multiplexed metro transport networks, we are developing arrayed photonic integrated circuits that leverage colourless reflective modulators. Here, we demonstrate a single-channel, hybrid reflective electroabsorption… (More)