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Catalytic pyrolysis of plastic waste using metal-incorporated activated carbons for monomer recovery and carbon nanotube synthesis (2024)
Journal Article
Martínez-Narro, G., Phan, H. H., Hassan, S., Beaumont, S. K., & Phan, A. N. (2024). Catalytic pyrolysis of plastic waste using metal-incorporated activated carbons for monomer recovery and carbon nanotube synthesis. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 12(2), Article 112226. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jece.2024.112226

As the global plastic waste crisis intensifies, innovative and sustainable solutions are urgently needed. This study evaluated waste-derived metal-incorporated activated carbon (AC) catalysts for the pyrolysis of mixed plastic waste to generate value... Read More about Catalytic pyrolysis of plastic waste using metal-incorporated activated carbons for monomer recovery and carbon nanotube synthesis.

Old Sources in new Sauces: John Joubert and the Analysis of Ancient Materials in Modern Music (2023)
Journal Article
Gotham, M. (2023). Old Sources in new Sauces: John Joubert and the Analysis of Ancient Materials in Modern Music. Intégral: The Journal of Applied Musical Thought, 36, 153-162

Anyone who has had sustained contact with Anglican choirs probably knows music by John Joubert; anyone who hasn’t probably doesn’t. This article begins by considering the starkness of those divisions between different kinds of canons, framing this in... Read More about Old Sources in new Sauces: John Joubert and the Analysis of Ancient Materials in Modern Music.

Intelligence in international society: An English School perspective on the Five Eyes (2024)
Journal Article
Williams, J. (in press). Intelligence in international society: An English School perspective on the Five Eyes. Global Policy,

Despite the recent prominence of intelligence in post-Ukraine global policy, it is a Cinderella in international relations studies. Using English School (ES) theorisation, we locate intelligence within the constellation of primary and secondary insti... Read More about Intelligence in international society: An English School perspective on the Five Eyes.