• A 1-dimensional statistical mechanics model for nucleosome positioning on genomic DNA 

    Tesoro, S.; Ali, I.; Morozov, A. N.; Sulaiman, N.; Marenduzzo, D.
    The first level of folding of DNA in eukaryotes is provided by the so-called “10-nm chromatin fibre”, where DNA wraps around histone proteins (∼10 nm in size) to form nucleosomes, which go on to create a zig-zagging ...
  • ARCHER Annual Report 2014 

    Simpson, Alan; Beech-Brandt, Jo; Booth, Stephen; Turner, Andy; Beech-Brandt, Jason; Jordan, Steve; Brown, Mike; Henty, David; Smith, Lorna
    ARCHER National Supercomputing Service Annual Report for 2014 and associated dataset
  • ARCHER Annual Survey Report 2014 

    Turner, Andrew
    Report and data from ARCHER (UK National HPC Service) annual user survey
  • ARCHER CSE Performance Data and Service Report: Q1 2014 

    Simpson, Alan; Turner, Andrew; Johnson, Chris; Smith, Lorna; Guo, Xu; Henty, David
    Data from SAFE (https://www.archer.ac.uk/safe) and Quarter 1 2014 Service Report from ARCHER Computational Science and Engineering Service. These contain data on usage and performance of the ARCHER CSE Service for quarter ...
  • ARCHER CSE Performance Data and Service Report: Q1 2015 

    Henty, David; Guo, Xu; Smith, Lorna; Simpson, Alan; Johnson, Chris; Turner, Andrew
    Data from SAFE (https://www.archer.ac.uk/safe) and Quarter 1 2015 Service Report from ARCHER Computational Science and Engineering Service. These contain data on usage and performance of the ARCHER CSE Service for Quarter ...
  • ARCHER CSE Performance Data and Service Report: Q2 2014 

    Turner, Andrew; Simpson, Alan; Henty, David; Smith, Lorna; Johnson, Chris; Guo, Xu
    Data from SAFE (https://www.archer.ac.uk/safe) and Quarter 2 2014 Service Report from ARCHER Computational Science and Engineering Service. These contain data on usage and performance of the ARCHER CSE Service for Quarter ...
  • ARCHER CSE Performance Data and Service Report: Q2 2015 

    Henty, David; Turner, Andrew; Simpson, Alan; Smith, Lorna; Guo, Xu; Johnson, Chris; Collis, Toni
    Data from SAFE (https://www.archer.ac.uk/safe) and Quarter 2 2015 Service Report from ARCHER Computational Science and Engineering Service. These contain data on usage and performance of the ARCHER CSE Service for Quarter ...
  • ARCHER CSE Performance Data and Service Report: Q3 2014 

    Turner, Andrew; Simpson, Alan; Smith, Lorna; Henty, David; Johnson, Chris; Guo, Xu
    Data from SAFE (https://www.archer.ac.uk/safe) and Quarter 3 2014 Service Report from ARCHER Computational Science and Engineering Service. These contain data on usage and performance of the ARCHER CSE Service for Quarter ...
  • ARCHER CSE Performance Data and Service Report: Q4 2014 

    Turner, Andrew; Simpson, Alan; Smith, Lorna; Henty, David; Johnson, Chris; Guo, Xu
    Data from SAFE (https://www.archer.ac.uk/safe) and Quarter 4 2014 Service Report from ARCHER Computational Science and Engineering Service. These contain data on usage and performance of the ARCHER CSE Service for Quarter ...
  • ARCHER SP Quarterly Report 1Q 2014 

    Simpson, Alan; Sim, Liz; Turner, Andy; Brown, Mike
    ARCHER National Supercomputing Service SP Quarterly Report for Q1 2014 and associated dataset
  • ARCHER SP Quarterly Report 2Q 2014 

    Simpson, Alan; Sim, Liz; Turner, Andy; Brown, Mike
    ARCHER National Supercomputing Service SP Quarterly Report for Q2 2014 and associated dataset
  • ARCHER SP Quarterly Report 3Q 2014 

    Simpson, Alan; Sim, Liz; Turner, Andy; Brown, Mike
    ARCHER National Supercomputing Service SP Quarterly Report for Q3 2014 and associated dataset
  • ARCHER SP Quarterly Report 4Q 2014 

    Simpson, Alan; Beech-Brandt, Jo; Turner, Andy; Brown, Mike; Booth, Stephen
    ARCHER National Supercomputing Service SP Quarterly Report for Q4 2014 and associated dataset
  • Computational phase diagrams of noble gas hydrates under pressure 

    Hermann, Andreas; University of Edinburgh; Royal Thai Scholarship
    We present results from a first-principles study on the stability of noble gas-water compounds in the pressure range 0-100 kbar. Filled-ice structures based on the host water networks ice-Ih, ice-Ic, ice-II, and C0 interacting ...
  • Data accompanying "Shaping the Growth Behaviour of Biofilms Initiated from Bacterial Aggregates, 2013-2016" (Submitted paper). 

    Melaugh, Gavin; Allen, Rosalind J
    Bacterial biofilms are usually assumed to originate from individual cells deposited on a surface. However, many biofilm-forming bacteria tend to aggregate in the planktonic phase so that it is possible that many natural ...
  • DATA: Unsteady flow and particle migration in dense, non-Brownian suspensions 

    Hermes, Michiel
    We present experimental results on dense corn-starch suspensions as examples of non-Brownian, nearly-hard particles that undergo continuous and discontinuous shear thickening (CST and DST) at intermediate and high densities ...
  • Escherichia coli as a model active colloid: A practical introduction 

    Schwarz-Linek, Jana; Arlt, Jochen; Jepson, Alys; Dawson, Angela; Vissers, Teun; Miroli, Dario; Pilizota, Teuta; Martinez, Vincent A.; Poon, Wilson C. K.
    The flagellated bacterium Escherichia coli is increasingly used experimentally as a self-propelled swimmer. To obtain meaningful, quantitative results that are comparable between different laboratories, reproducible protocols ...
  • Gravitational collapse of depletion-induced colloidal gels 

    Harich, R.; Blythe, T.W.; Hermes, M.; Zaccarelli, E.; Sederman, A.J.; Gladden, L.F.; Poon, W.C.K.
    We study the ageing and ultimate gravitational collapse of colloidal gels in which the interparticle attraction is induced by non-adsorbing polymers via the depletion effect. The gels are formed through arrested spinodal ...
  • High-pressure phase transitions in rubidium and caesium hydroxides 

    Hermann, Andreas; EPSRC - Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council; The Royal Society
    A computational investigation of the high-pressure phase sequence of the heaviest alkali hydroxides, RbOH and CsOH, shows that the phase diagram of both compounds is richer than hitherto thought. First-principles calculations ...
  • Hydrodynamic and Contact Contributions to Continuous Shear Thickening in Colloidal Suspensions 

    Lin, Neil; Guy, Ben Michael; Hermes, Michiel; Ness, Christopher; Sun, Jin; Poon, Wilson C. K.; Cohen, Itai
    Shear thickening is a widespread phenomenon in suspension flow that, despite sustained study, is still the subject of much debate. The longstanding view that shear thickening is due to hydrodynamic clusters has been ...