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Mitochondria and Us: From Exploration to Global Collective

Caccavale, Elio, Johnson, Michael, Brijbassi, Sonya, Andreazza, Ana C. and Tokatlidis, Kostas (2022) Mitochondria and Us: From Exploration to Global Collective. The Biochemist. pp. 1-7. ISSN 0954-982X

User Requirements for Comanaged Digital Health and Care: Review

Chute, Chaloner, French, Tara, Raman, Sneha and Bradley, Jay (2022) User Requirements for Comanaged Digital Health and Care: Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 24 (6). ISSN 1438-8871

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Through the Fire: Recovering from the 2014 fire at The Glasgow School of Art

Kaye, Michelle Ruth (2022) Through the Fire: Recovering from the 2014 fire at The Glasgow School of Art. In: Icelandic Blue Shield Symposium, 2022, 5th May 2022, The National Archives of Iceland, Reykjavík.

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The Chanel Suit

LeGuennec, Aude (2022) The Chanel Suit. In: The legacy of Bernat Klein, Scottish textile designer. Yale University Press, London, pp. 48-61.

Children’s clothing vs children’s fashion: the construction of childhood in fashion. Contextual and design approaches of the childrenswear apparel in the Global North.

LeGuennec, Aude (2022) Children’s clothing vs children’s fashion: the construction of childhood in fashion. Contextual and design approaches of the childrenswear apparel in the Global North. In: Pioneering New Perspectives in the Fashion Industry: Disruption, Diversity and Sustainable Innovation. TBC.

Playing through clothes: Clothes as a creative tool in the School environment, an explorative approach of the role of clothing in the public primary education, in contemporary Northern Europe

LeGuennec, Aude (2022) Playing through clothes: Clothes as a creative tool in the School environment, an explorative approach of the role of clothing in the public primary education, in contemporary Northern Europe. BUKS Journal of Child and Youth Cultures, 66. ISSN Online: 2446-0648

When West meets East: Towards an educative journey in nineteenth century Western Children’s Fashion

LeGuennec, Aude (2022) When West meets East: Towards an educative journey in nineteenth century Western Children’s Fashion. Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, 15 (2). pp. 244-265. ISSN 1939-6724; 1941-3599

Towards an informed, participative and sustainable approach of children’s fashion and clothing: IN2FROCC in action

LeGuennec, Aude, Nygren, Maija, Rose, Clare, Barbu, Laetitia, Hartmann-Bragard, Anne-Charlotte and Sekhon-Dhilon, Yasmin (2022) Towards an informed, participative and sustainable approach of children’s fashion and clothing: IN2FROCC in action. In: Establishing Child Centred Practice in a changing world. Emerald Publishing.

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Software Design and Development of an Appointment Booking System: A Design Study

Merritt, Kamarin and Zhao, Shichao (2022) Software Design and Development of an Appointment Booking System: A Design Study. In: Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering. Smart IoT and Big Data for Intelligent Health Management, 420 . Springer, Cham. ISBN 978-3-030-95593-9

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Participatory Design in Sensitive Contexts: A Proposal for a Conceptual Framework

Raman, Sneha and French, Tara (2022) Participatory Design in Sensitive Contexts: A Proposal for a Conceptual Framework. The Design Journal: An International Journal for All Aspects of Design. ISSN 1460-6925

CESAME: Culturally Engaged and Sensitive Approaches to Mental health Education – Project Summary

Raman, Sneha, Taylor, Andrea, Siddiqi, Abdul Moiz, Cunningham, Emily, Svirydzenka, Nadzeya, Abdinasir, Kadra and Raghavan, Raghu (2022) CESAME: Culturally Engaged and Sensitive Approaches to Mental health Education – Project Summary. Project Report. Glasgow School of Art.

Online Arts Groups for Wellbeing – Structuring freedom to reinvent ourselves together

Ridewood, Skyler J. E. (2022) Online Arts Groups for Wellbeing – Structuring freedom to reinvent ourselves together. MRes thesis, The Glasgow School of Art.

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Design From Decomposition: Connecting To A Cycle Of Material Afterlife

Sherrod, Lindsey Stewart (2022) Design From Decomposition: Connecting To A Cycle Of Material Afterlife. MRes thesis, The Glasgow School of Art.

Partnering for Transformation - exploring the concept of Transformative Academic Institutions

Smith, Madeline, Canto-Farachala, Patricia and Wise, Emily (2022) Partnering for Transformation - exploring the concept of Transformative Academic Institutions. In: Academic and Practitioner Proceedings of the 2022 UIIN Conference Series: Challenges and Solutions for Fostering Entrepreneurial University-Industry Engagement, Entrepreneurial & Innovative Universities and Collaborative Innovation. Academic and Practitioner Proceedings of the UIIN Conference Series, 10 . University Industry Innovation Network, Amsterdam.

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Integrating and Producing Evidence through Participatory Design

Teal, Gemma, Mcara, Marianne, Riddell, Julie, Flowers, Paul, Coia, Nicky and McDaid, Lisa (2022) Integrating and Producing Evidence through Participatory Design. CoDesign. ISSN 1571-0882

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Evidencing the benefits of cluster policies: Towards a generalised framework of effects

Wilson, James, Wise, Emily and Smith, Madeline (2022) Evidencing the benefits of cluster policies: Towards a generalised framework of effects. Policy Sciences, 55. pp. 369-391. ISSN 0032-2687 (print); 1573-0891 (electronic)

A participatory approach to tracking system transformation in clusters and innovation ecosystems: Evolving practice in Sweden’s Vinnvaxt programme

Wise, Emily, Ekland, Moa, Smith, Madeline and Wilson, James (2022) A participatory approach to tracking system transformation in clusters and innovation ecosystems: Evolving practice in Sweden’s Vinnvaxt programme. Research Evaluation, 31 (2). pp. 271-287. ISSN 0958-2029

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“My sofa has the mark of my ass”: Urban nomads, furniture waste, and emotional durability design as a strategy for the circular economy

Zeng, Crystal (2022) “My sofa has the mark of my ass”: Urban nomads, furniture waste, and emotional durability design as a strategy for the circular economy. MRes thesis, The Glasgow School of Art.

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