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Physiological parameter response to variation of mental workload (2017)
Journal Article
Marinescu, A., Sharples, S., Campbell Ritchie, A., Sanchez Lopez, T., McDowell, M., & Morvan, H. (in press). Physiological parameter response to variation of mental workload. Human Factors, doi:10.1177/0018720817733101. ISSN 0018-7208

Previous studies have examined how individual physiological measures respond to changes in mental demand and subjective reports of mental workload. This study explores the response of multiple physiological parameters, measured simultaneously and qua... Read More

Comparison of glutaraldehyde and procyanidin cross-linked scaffolds for soft tissue engineering (2017)
Journal Article
Yang, Y., Campbell Ritchie, A., & Everitt, N. (2017). Comparison of glutaraldehyde and procyanidin cross-linked scaffolds for soft tissue engineering. Materials Science and Engineering: C, 80, 263-273. doi:10.1016/j.msec.2017.05.141

Soft tissue injuries are among the most difficult orthopaedic conditions to treat, and regenerative medicine holds the promise of better treatments of these injuries. There is therefore a requirement for substrates and porous scaffolds which provide... Read More

Oxidation state of a polyurethane membrane after plasma etching (2014)
Journal Article
Moles, M. D., Scotchford, C. A., & Campbell Ritchie, A. (2014). Oxidation state of a polyurethane membrane after plasma etching. 00 Journal not listed, 2014, doi:10.1155/2014/347979

Low moduli cell culture substrates can be used to apply dynamic mechanical strain to cells, by surface deformation. Understanding the surface interaction with cells is critical to improving cell adhesion and normal growth. A medical grade polyurethan... Read More