Nottingham Research Data Management Repository
Welcome to the online digital research data repository of multi-disciplinary research datasets produced at the University of Nottingham, hosted by Information Services and managed and curated by Libraries, Research & Learning Resources.
University of Nottingham researchers who have produced research data associated with an existing or forthcoming publication, or which has potential use for other researchers, are invited to upload their dataset. For each published dataset, a Datacite DOI is issued by this service. For detailed instructions as to how to make a deposit, please see our Depositing Guide
Enhanced vitamin C skin permeation from supramolecular hydrogels, illustrated using in situ ToF-SIMS 3D chemical profiling (The University of Nottingham, 2019-03-15)This research explores the use of ToF-SIMS 3D profiling to provide information on the skin permeation of active compounds, specifically vitamin C delivery from different formulation types.
(The University of Nottingham, 2019-02-14)We describe a method to dispersively detect all three vector components of an external magnetic field using alkali atoms based on the Voigt effect. Our method relies on measuring the linear birefringence of the radio ...
Modelling the long-term suspended sedimentological effects on stormwater pond performance in an urban catchment (The University of Nottingham, 2019-02-14)The influence of long-term suspended sediment dynamics on stormwater pond performance is not negligible, but often neglected in pond design and performance evaluation. This paper provides systematic simulated quantification ...
Supramolecular Nucleoside-Based Gel: Molecular Dynamics Simulation and Characterization of Its Nanoarchitecture and Self-Assembly Mechanism (ACS Publications, 2019-02-14)Among the diversity of existing supramolecular hydrogels, nucleic acid-based hydrogels are of particular interest for potential drug delivery and tissue engineering applications because of their inherent biocompatibility. ...
(The University of Nottingham, 2018-12-21)Bacterial infections in healthcare settings are a frequent accompaniment to both routine procedures such as catheterization and surgical site interventions. Their impact is becoming even more marked as the numbers of medical ...