Environmental Research Institute - Doctoral Theses

Environmental Research Institute - Doctoral Theses

 

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  • Lalor, Fergal (University College Cork, 2020-04-30)
    The production of biopharmaceutical treatments is increasing globally at a rapid pace, leading to the treatment of more and more disorders, many of which historically were untreatable and debilitating. This increase in ...
  • Banta, Russell A. (University College Cork, 2020-11-23)
    Patterned surfaces are a crucial technology in material science. According to the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), over 20% of emerging technologies (in renewable energy, biomedical devices, ...
  • Elia, Alessia (University College Cork, 2019-09)
    The alarming global warming risk has pushed for global consensus on the decarbonisation of the energy systems to achieve a low carbon future. In this context, it is necessary to invest in the deployment of emergent renewable ...
  • Mateos-Cárdenas, Alicia (University College Cork, 2020-08-31)
    Microplastics (1–1000 μm) are now ubiquitous in all environments, including freshwater systems. Plastics of different sizes and shapes have been reported to be present in river and lake samples from the water column and ...
  • Thompson, Rosalyn (University College Cork, 2019)
    The vegetation, soil nutrients and soil seed banks of road verges (located along a national road scheme in the south of the Republic of Ireland) were examined along with their adjacent fields plus reference points in the ...

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