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The Systems Biology and Forensic Sciences Group is involved in fundamental and applied research aimed at capitalising on the characterisation, understanding and modelling of complex interactions within biological systems. This includes disease pathway analysis, food technology, development of medical diagnostic devices, forensic archaeology and anthropology and work to provide improved biotechnology approaches. This intrinsically multi-disciplinary research, underpinned by the provision of internationally competitive instrumentation in the new National Horizons Centre, has a particular focus on the development of vibrant industrial collaborative research.

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Ruthenium Chemical Compounds
Coloring Agents Chemical Compounds
Electrons Chemical Compounds
Catalysts Chemical Compounds
Forensic Anthropology Medicine & Life Sciences
Semiconductor materials Chemical Compounds
Equipment and Supplies Medicine & Life Sciences
Viscosity Engineering & Materials Science

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Profiles

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Safwan Akram

Person: Academic

20092019
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Peter Beveridge

Person: Academic

20112018

Projects 2018 2021

Research Output 1999 2020

22 Downloads (Pure)

3D imaging as a public engagement tool: Investigating an Ox cranium used in target practice at Vindolanda

Williams, R., Thompson, T., Orr, C., Birley, A. & Taylor, G., 21 Jun 2019, In : Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal. 2, 1, p. 1 16 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
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cranium
weaponry
World Heritage Site
weapon
archaeology

3D imaging for visualising Roman activity at Vindolanda

Williams, R., Thompson, T., Orr, C., Birley, A. & Taylor, G. (ed.), 22 Apr 2019.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePosterResearchpeer-review

skull
museum
artifact
World Heritage Site
scanner
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A call for the prohibition of encryption; panacea or problem?

Horsman, G., Mar 2019, In : IEEE Security and Privacy. 17, 2, p. 59 - 66 8 p., 8677336.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

civilization
Cryptography
terrorism
communication
Communication

Press / Media

Dementia conference features Newcastle academics

Ahmad Khundakar

20/03/14

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

-Northumbria University - Female scientists get set to take to the soapbox

Tora Smulders-Srinivasan

14/06/1616/06/16

2 items of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

New bioscience centre delivers first training course

James Scrivens

25/06/199/07/19

3 items of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

Student theses

Body modifications as a tool to aid human identification

Author: Starkie, A., 1 Apr 2012

Supervisor: Thompson, T. (Supervisor), Islam, M. (Supervisor) & Shildrick, T. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

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