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The Repository@Nottingham is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided.



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China's "Great Migration": the impact of the reduction in trade policy uncertainty (2019)
Journal Article
Facchini, G., Liu, M. Y., Maria Mayda, A., & Zhou, M. (in press). China's "Great Migration": the impact of the reduction in trade policy uncertainty. Journal of International Economics,

We analyze the effect of China's integration into the world economy on workers in the country and show that one important channel of impact has been internal migration. Specifically, we study the changes in internal migration rates triggered by the r... Read More

Nonlinear electrostatic effects in MEMS ring-based rate sensors under shock excitation (2019)
Journal Article
Sieberer, S., Mcwilliam, S., & Popov, A. A. (2019). Nonlinear electrostatic effects in MEMS ring-based rate sensors under shock excitation. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, doi:10.1016/j.ijmecsci.2019.04.028

The vibration response of a capacitive ring-based Coriolis Vibrating Gyroscope (CVG) subjected to in-plane shock is modelled and analysed to quantify the effect of shock on angular velocity measurement. The model developed considers a ring resonator... Read More

Magnetically Assisted Control of Stem Cells Applied in 2D, 3D and In Situ Models of Cell Migration (2019)
Journal Article
Harrison, R., Luckett, J., Marsh, S., Lugo Leija, H. A., Salih, S., Alkharji, R., & Sottile, V. (2019). Magnetically Assisted Control of Stem Cells Applied in 2D, 3D and In Situ Models of Cell Migration. Molecules, 24(8), doi:10.3390/molecules24081563

The success of cell therapy approaches is greatly dependent on the ability to precisely deliver and monitor transplanted stem cell grafts at treated sites. Iron oxide particles, traditionally used in vivo for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), have be... Read More

Amygdalar reactivity is associated with prefrontal cortical thickness in a large population-based sample of adolescents (2019)
Journal Article
Albaugh, M. D., Hudziak, J., Orr, C., Spechler, P., Chaarani, B., Mackey, S., …Banaschewski, T. (in press). Amygdalar reactivity is associated with prefrontal cortical thickness in a large population-based sample of adolescents. PLoS ONE,

In structural neuroimaging studies, reduced cerebral cortical thickness in orbital and ventromedial prefrontal regions is frequently interpreted as reflecting an impaired ability to downregulate neuronal activity in the amygdalae. Unfortunately, litt... Read More