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Large scale discovery and ranking for the internet of things (IoT) data and services
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(University of Surrey), 3 mins
This thesis considers a point in the future when over 50,000,000 devices will be generating and sending data, and asks: how can we maximize the knowledge hidden within that data stream?
(University of Surrey), 3 mins
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A New Generation of X-ray Detectors
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(University of Surrey), 3 mins
Winner of the 2017 University of Surrey competition.
Winner of the 2017 University of Surrey competition. X-ray detectors find uses in many areas, such as healthcare, homeland security, environmental monitoring, and academic research. Current solid-state detectors are made from rigid, brittle materials making them expensive to manufacture and susceptible to physical...
(University of Surrey), 3 mins
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Phosphorus
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presented by Rosanna Kleemann, fl. 2015 (University of Surrey), 3 mins
This thesis examines how too much phosphorus in water causes many problems. However, it is an important and dwindling compound. This research looks at how Thames Water is the first to recover the waste phosphorus from water sludge and return it into fertiliser.
presented by Rosanna Kleemann, fl. 2015 (University of Surrey), 3 mins
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Why don’t rabbits wear glasses? Treating blindness using natural plant compounds
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(University of Surrey), 3 mins
People's Choice winner of the 2017 University of Surrey competition.
People's choice winner of the 2017 University of Surrey competition. This thesis identifies naturally occurring compounds that can be used to help treat blindness, focusing on those conditions caused by retinopathy using Homoisoflavonoids.
(University of Surrey), 3 mins
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