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Guest editorial

Educating Scientists with Plymouth University, Victoria Sleight, p. 1-3.

Project articles - Biomedical and Healthcare Sciences

Alpha-synuclein induced mitochondrial aberrations in a genetic cell culture model of Parkinson’s disease, Jennifer Pinnell, p. 4-19.

Does physical inactivity increase personalised cardiovascular risk in males and females aged 40-80 years? Joanne West, p. 20-40.

Project articles - Marine Sciences

Heat and mass transfer during the sump development in a potash solution mine, Olivia Ellard, p. 41-65.

Human impacts on Nitrogen and Phosphorus concentrations in the North Sea, Craig Weatherhead, p. 66-100.

Project articles - Psychology

An investigation into the relationship between hypnotic suggestibility and tendency to engage in ideomotor action, Ciaran Cussen, p. 101-113.

Project articles - Computing and Mathematics

Large Numbers in Computing and Mathematics, Hazel Atkins, Rebecca Coates, Sophie Hilditch, Lucy Smith, p. 114-122.

Project articles - Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences

Factors influencing canopy invertebrates in Britain, Kate Harvey, p. 123-157.

Literature reviews

Use of space and airborne imagery to monitor and detect oil spills, Samuel Bolton, p. 158-166.

Investigating the concept of a novel flexible fabric wave energy device, Jamie Cook, p. 167-185.

Spatial and temporal variability of a mixed sediment estuary, Glen Warren, p. 186-193.

Special interest article

Assessing the extent of establishment of Undaria pinnatifida in Plymouth Sound Special Area of Conservation, UK [ABSTRACT AND CITATION FOR PUBLISHED STUDENT-STAFF COLLABORATION] Sabrina Heiser, Jason Hall-Spencer, Keith Hiscock, p. 194-198.

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