Highly Commended

An investigation into the role of tyrosine phosphorylation of β-catenin in complex formation with CA125 in A549 lung adenocarcinoma cells.

Deborah O'Regan
Institute of Technology Sligo
Category: 
Life Sciences

Critically discuss the argument that the post 9/11 world is one of “everywhere war”, where it is not “clear where the battlespace begins and ends” (D. Gregory, 2011, p.250)

Lucy Bune
Durham University
Category: 
Politics & International Relations

Wee Whizz Bang: Englishness and Noise in Ford Madox Ford's Parade's End

Rowan Morris
Western University
Category: 
Literature

Research Proposal: Developing a Novel Therapy for HIV Infection by Reducing the Expression of HLA-C

Jonathan Marks
Harvard University
Category: 
Life Sciences

Is Western counter-terrorism a threat to the Islamic civilization?

Beryl Boemer
Dublin City University
Category: 
Politics & International Relations

Efficiency of the ketogenic diet: treatment of refractory childhood epilepsy

Caitlin Gibb
Durham University
Category: 
Life Sciences

Optimising Preliminary in vitro Micro-atmosphere Methods suitable for Volatile Constituents in the Vapour Phase and Potential Applications.

Ciara-Ruth Kenny
Cork Institute of Technology
Category: 
Life Sciences

Globalisation and State Power - The Question of Context

Duc Dao
Australian National University
Category: 
Politics & International Relations

What are the risks to human security and development associated to “the securitisation of aid?”

Kari Pahlman
Australian National University
Category: 
Politics & International Relations

Ploidy Change and Parasexuality in Candida tropicalis

Riyad Seervai
Brown University
Category: 
Life Sciences

Cloning, Expression, and Characterization of the Human Glucocorticoid Receptor: Current Efforts, Obstacles, and Future Aims

Katherine Tooley
Boston University
Category: 
Life Sciences

“Refugees, Citizens and the Nation-State: ‘Unrecognized Anomalities’ and the Need for New Political Imaginaries”

Katja Theodorakis
Australian National University
Category: 
Politics & International Relations

Changing Our Position: Australia's Shift Towards A "Broadened Narrow" Change of Position Defence and the Case for Our Own Restatement

Derek Bayley
Australian National University
Category: 
Law

Using AT LEAST ONE legal judgment and AT LEAST ONE literary or cultural text that is referenced on this module, explain what you believe to be some of the most striking ways in which law, literature and culture intersect

Naomi Myatt
University of Southampton
Category: 
Law

From Poverty to Power: How Knowledge in The Secret Garden and The Hunger Games Prevents the Poor from Subverting the Social Hierarchy

Noren Khamis
Western University
Category: 
Literature

Exposing the Monsters Behind Victorian Domestic Abuse

Jennifer Komorowski
Western University
Category: 
Literature

Wired Women in the Age of Telegraphy, 1846 – 1900

Ailda Miranda-Wolff
University of Chicago
Category: 
History

Personal, professional and organisational values in social work are not always in harmony

Ceava Proctor
University of Ulster
Category: 
Social Sciences

The Australian Women's Movement and Sexual Reform

Rebecca Preston
Australian National University
Category: 
History

“Sure it’s epistemic:” On the use of ‘sure’ in Northern Irish English

Natasha Walker
University of Ulster
Category: 
Social Sciences