#1 Cloud Manufacturing : Strategic Alignment between Manufacturing Industry and Cloud Computing Open access logo Link logo

Hao, Yuqiuge

Robotics & Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Volume 28, Issue 1, Pages 75–86

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#2 Irregular Arrays of Silver Nanoparticles on Multilayer Substrates and Their Optical Properties Open access logo PDF logo

Ovchinnikov, Victor

ChemPhysChem Volume 6, Issue 7, Pages 1221–1231

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This Minireview systematically examines optical properties of silver nanoparticles as a function of size. Extinction, scattering, and absorption cross-sections and distance dependence of the local electromagnetic field, as well as the quadrupolar coupling of 2D assemblies of such particles are experimentally measured for a wide range of particle sizes. Such measurements were possible because of the development of a novel synthetic method for the size-controlled synthesis of chemically clean, highly crystalline silver nanoparticles of narrow size distribution. The method and its unique advantages are compared to other methods for synthesis of metal nanoparticles. Synthesis and properties of nanocomposite materials using these and other nanoparticles are also described. Important highlights in the history of the field of metal nanoparticles as well as an examination of the basic principles of plasmon resonances are included.


#3 Value of Energy Storage: The Required Market and Policy Supports Link logo

Zakeri, Behnam; Syri, Sanna

Energy Policy Volume 39, Issue 3, Pages 1817–1830

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#4 Optical modulators with 2D layered materials

Sun, Zhipei; Martinez, Amos; Wang, Feng

Nature Photonics Volume 10, Issue 4, Pages 227–238

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#5 Creative destruction or mere niche support? Innovation policy mixes for sustainability transitions

Kivimaa, Paula; Kern, Florian

Research Policy Volume 45, Issue 1

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#6 Rapeseed protein-derived bioactive peptides: Production, processing, and potential health benefits PDF logo

Pihlanto, Anne; Mäkinen, Sari

Journal of Food Science Volume 77, Issue 1, Pages R11–R24

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Bioactive peptides (BAPs), derived through enzymatic hydrolysis of food proteins, have demonstrated potential for application as health-promoting agents against numerous human health and disease conditions, including cardiovascular disease, inflammation, and cancer. The feasibility of pharmacological application of these peptides depends on absorption and bioavailability in intact forms in target tissues, which in turn depends on structure of the peptides. Therefore, production and processing of peptides based on important structure-function parameters can lead to the production of potent peptides. This article reviews the literature on BAPs with emphasis on strategic production and processing methods as well as antihypertensive, anticancer, anticalmodulin, hypocholesterolemic, and multifunctional properties of the food protein-derived peptides. It is recommended that future research efforts on BAP should be directed toward elucidation of their in vivo molecular mechanisms of action, safety at various doses, and pharmacological activity in maintaining homeostasis during aberrant health conditions in human subjects.


#7 A review on modification methods to cellulose-based adsorbents to improve adsorption capacity

Hokkanen Sanna; Bhatnagar Amit; Sillanpää Mika

Water Research

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In recent decades, increased domestic, agricultural and industrial activities worldwide have led to the release of various pollutants, such as toxic heavy metals, inorganic anions, organics, micropollutants and nutrients into the aquatic environment. The removal of these wide varieties of pollutants for better quality of water for various activities is an emerging issue and a robust and eco-friendly treatment technology is needed for the purpose. It is well known that cellulosic materials can be obtained from various natural sources and can be employed as cheap adsorbents. Their adsorption capacities for heavy metal ions and other aquatic pollutants can be significantly affected upon chemical treatment. In general, chemically modified cellulose exhibits higher adsorption capacities for various aquatic pollutants than their unmodified forms. Numerous chemicals have been used for cellulose modifications which include mineral and organic acids, bases, oxidizing agent, organic compounds, etc. This paper reviews the current state of research on the use of cellulose, a naturally occurring material, its modified forms and their efficacy as adsorbents for the removal of various pollutants from waste streams. In this review, an extensive list of various cellulose-based adsorbents from literature has been compiled and their adsorption capacities under various conditions for the removal of various pollutants, as available in the literature, are presented along with highlighting and discussing the key advancement on the preparation of cellulose-based adsorbents. It is evident from the literature survey presented herein that modified cellulose-based adsorbents exhibit good potential for the removal of various aquatic pollutants. However, still there is a need to find out the practical utility of these adsorbents on a commercial scale, leading to the improvement of pollution control.


#8 Inkjet Printed Polyelectrolytes for Microfluidic Paper-based Analytical Devices PDF logo

Koivunen, Risto; Jutila, Eveliina; Bollström, Roger; Gane, Patrick

Angewandte Chemie. International Edition Volume 54, Issue 18, Pages 5294–5310

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Rapid, precise, and reproducible deposition of a broad variety of functional materials, including analytical assay reagents and biomolecules, has made inkjet printing an effective tool for the fabrication of microanalytical devices. A ubiquitous office device as simple as a standard desktop printer with its multiple ink cartridges can be used for this purpose. This Review discusses the combination of inkjet printing technology with paper as a printing substrate for the fabrication of microfluidic paper-based analytical devices (μPADs), which have developed into a fast-growing new field in analytical chemistry. After introducing the fundamentals of μPADs and inkjet printing, it touches on topics such as the microfluidic patterning of paper, tailored arrangement of materials, and functionalities achievable exclusively by the inkjet deposition of analytical assay components, before concluding with an outlook on future perspectives.


#9 Reports from the individual Sessions : Biophysical methods for mapping and assessing ecosystem services

Vihervaara, Petteri; Balzan, Mario; Czúcz, Bálint; Luque, Sandra; Nedkov, Stoyan; Karvinen, Ville

Ecosystem Services

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#10 An uncertain future, deep uncertainty, scenarios, robustness and adaptation How do they fit together?

Maier, H. R.; Guillaume, J. H A; van Delden, H.; Riddell, G. A.; Haasnoot, M.; Kwakkel, J. H.

Environmental Modelling & Software

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#11 Design guide for additive manufacturing of metal components by SLM process Open access logo PDF logo

Kokkonen, Petteri; Salonen, Leevi; Virta, Jouko; Hemming, Björn; Laukkanen, Pasi; Savolainen, Mikko; Komi, Erin; Junttila, Jukka; Ruusuvuori, Kimmo; Varjus, Simo; Vaajoki, Antti; Kivi, Seija; Welling, Jouni

Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation Volume 5, Issue 1

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#12 Functional human neuroimaging using clinical tools: studies of cortical motor areas Open access logo PDF logo

Könönen Mervi

Cerebral Cortex

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In the monkey, 3 motor areas have been identified in the cortex occupying the banks of the cingulate sulcus (cgs): A rostral cingulate motor area and 2 caudal cingulate motor areas, 1 located in the dorsal bank and the other in the ventral bank of the sulcus. The homologs of these 3 cingulate motor areas in the human brain are poorly understood. The present functional magnetic resonance imaging study examined the anatomo-functional organization of the cingulate motor areas in the human brain. A subject by subject analysis revealed the existence of 3 motor areas along the cgs and these areas appear to be somatotopically organized. Importantly, these 3 motor areas relate to the specific morphological features of the cingulate/paracingulate cortex. These results demonstrate the location and organization of the 3 cingulate motor areas in the human brain and suggest a well-preserved organization of these motor areas from the monkey to the human brain.


#13 Business models in the circular economy: a structured multiple-case analysis PDF logo

Ranta, Valtteri;Aarikka-Stenroos, Leena;Mäkinen, Saku

Sustainability (2071-1050) Volume 8, Issue 1

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#14 Revisiting cellulase production and redefining current strategies based on major challenges Article reference: RSER5103 Link logo

Kuhad, Ramesh Chander;Deswal, Deepa;Sharma, Sonia;Bhattacharya, Abhishek;Kumar Jain, Kavish;Kaur, Amandeep;Pletschke, Brett I.;Singh, Ajay;Karp, Matti

Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews

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#15 The Use of Wearable Devices in the Workplace - A Systematic Literature Review

Khakurel Jayden; Pöysä Simo; Porras Jari

Journal of Clinical Nursing

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To synthesise the body of literature on workplace violence in the emergency department and to identify characteristics of intervention studies that are the basis for guiding best practice modelling in the clinical setting. The research question addressed was what are the characteristics and findings of studies since 2004 on workplace violence in the emergency department?


#16 Introducing LCA to wood material practitioners - feedback from the FP1407 training school 2016

Räty, Tarmo

Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews

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#17 Evidence-Based Clinical Use of Nanoscale Extracellular Vesicles in Nanomedicine Link logo

Fais, Stefano; O'Driscoll, Lorraine; Borras, Francesc E.; Buzas, Edit; Camussi, Giovanni; Cappello, Francesco; Carvalho, Joana; da Silva, Anabela Cordeiro; Del Portillo, Hernando; El Andaloussi, Samir; Trcek, Tanja Ficko; Furlan, Roberto; Hendrix, An; Gursel, Ihsan; Kralj-Iglic, Veronika; Kaeffer, Bertrand; Kosanovic, Maja; Lekka, Marilena E.; Lipps, Georg; Logozzi, Mariantonia

ACS Nano Volume 10, Issue 4, Pages 3886–3899

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Recent research has demonstrated that all body fluids assessed contain substantial amounts of vesicles that range in size from 30 to 1000 nm and that are surrounded by phospholipid membranes containing different membrane microdomains such as lipid rafts and caveolae. The most prominent representatives of these so-called extracellular vesicles (EVs) are nanosized exosomes (70-150 nm), which are derivatives of the endosomal system, and microvesicles (100-1000 nm), which are produced by outward budding of the plasma membrane. Nanosized EVs are released by almost all cell types and mediate targeted intercellular communication under physiological and pathophysiological conditions. Containing cell-type-specific signatures, EVs have been proposed as biomarkers in a variety of diseases. Furthermore, according to their physical functions, EVs of selected cell types have been used as therapeutic agents in immune therapy, vaccination trials, regenerative medicine, and drug delivery. Undoubtedly, the rapidly emerging field of basic and applied EV research will significantly influence the biomedicinal landscape in the future. In this Perspective, we, a network of European scientists from clinical, academic, and industry settings collaborating through the H2020 European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) program European Network on Microvesicles and Exosomes in Health and Disease (ME-HAD), demonstrate the high potential of nanosized EVs for both diagnostic and therapeutic (i.e., theranostic) areas of nanomedicine.


#18 The Effect of Renewable Paraffinic Oil on Engine Performance / NESTE NEXBTL

Karhu, Toomas; Lehto, Kalle; Lauren, Mika; Saveljeff, Henna

Renewable Energy: An International Journal

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#19 A performance comparison of multi-objective optimization algorithms for solving nearly-zero-energy-building design problems

Hamdy, Mohamed; Hensen, Jan L. M.

Energy & Buildings

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#20 Creativity Enabling for a Mixture Team by Design Thinking Open access logo Link logo

Nylander, Noora; Gong, Miaosen; Kretschmer, Markus

Thinking Skills & Creativity Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 48–61

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#21 HCI research as problem-solving Open access logo PDF logo

Oulasvirta, Antti; Hornbæk, Kasper

Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '16

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#22 Role of critical metals in the future markets of clean energy technologies Link logo

Grandell, Leena; Lehtilä, Antti; Kivinen, Mari; Koljonen, Tiina; Kihlman, Susanna; Lauri, Laura S.

Renewable Energy: An International Journal

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