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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Potential Impact of Electric Vehicles on the Electric Supply System. A Case Study for the Province of Milan, ItalyPERUJO MATEOS DEL PARQUE Adolfo; CIUFFO BIAGIO
2011Potential impacts on agricultural commodity markets of an EU enlargement to TurkeyVAN LEEUWEN Myrna; SALAMON Petra; FELLMANN THOMAS; KOÇ Ali; BÖLÜK Gülden; TABEAU Andrzej; ESPOSTI Roberto; BONFIGLIO Andrea; LOBIANCO Antonello; HANRAHAN Kevin, et al
2013The potential of aerial platforms in a ‘rapid’ emergency response contextLEMOINE Guido; SPRUYT Peter
2013The Potential of Digital Games for Empowerment and Social Inclusion of Groups at Risk of Social and Economic Exclusion: Evidence and Opportunity for PolicySTEWART JAMES; BLEUMERS Lizzy; VAN LOOY Jan; MARIËN Ilse; ALL Anissa; SCHURMANS Dana; WILLAERT Koen; DE GROVE Frederik; JACOBS An; MISURACA GIANLUCA, et al
2010The Potential of ICT in supporting Domiciliary Care in EnglandYEANDLE Sue; FRY Gary; KLUZER Stefano; REDECKER Christine; VALVERDE Jose A.
2010The Potential of ICT in supporting Domiciliary Care in GermanyMOLLENKOPF Heidrun; KLOÉ Ursula; OBERMANN Elke; KLUMPP Guido; REDECKER Christine
2010The Potential of ICT in supporting Domiciliary Care in SpainREDECKER Christine; REIG Juan; CARRIÓN Trinidad; MARTINEZ Sara; ARMAYONES Manuel; MCCARTHY Desmond; FERNANDEZ Manuel
2013The potential of time banks to support social inclusion and employability: An investigation of the use of reciprocal volunteering and complementary currencies for social impactBOYLE David; STEWART JAMES
2008Potentials of a Harmonised Database for Agricultural Market ModellingVERHOOG David; HEIDEN Michael; SALAMON Petra; DOL Wietse; GODESCHALK Frans; GAY STEPHAN; MUELLER MARC; SANTUCCIO Federica
1986Pouring of Molten UO2, UC and Al2O3 in Sodium: Interactions and Debris; Theoretical AnalysisGIULIANI Silvano; GUNNERSON R.s.
2007A Practical Guide to Geostatistical Mapping of Environmental VariablesHENGL TOMISLAV
2007Pre-Normative Research Needs to Achieve Improved Design Guidelines for Seismic ProtectionPINTO VIEIRA ARTUR; TAUCER FABIO; DIMOVA Silvia
2007Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis in EuropeZIKA Eleni; CORVELEYN Anniek; MORRIS Michael; DEQUEKER Elisabeth; LAWFORD DAVIES James; SCHMUTZLER Andreas; ANTIÑOLO Guillermo; PALAU Francesc
2005Preliminary Analysis of an Aquatic Toxicity Dataset and Assessment of QSAR Models for NarcosisPAVAN MANUELA; WORTH ANDREW; NETZEVA TATIANA
2013Preliminary report on KETs priorities declared by regions in the context of their work on Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3)SORVIK JENS OSKAR; RAKHMATULLIN RUSLAN; PALAZUELOS MARTINEZ Manuel
2009Preliminary Report to ESFRI Roadmap for the new Research Infrastructure EFASTMARAZZI FRANCESCO; MOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier
1987PREP and SPOP Utilities. Two Fortran Programs for Sample Preparation, Uncertainty Analysis and Sensitivity Analysis in Monte Carlo Simulation. Programs Description and User's GuideSALTELLI Andrea
2010Preparation and Certification of IRMM 1027n, Large-Sized Dried (LSD) SpikeJAKOPIC Rozle; BAUWENS Jeroen; DROOGHMANS Theo; EYKENS Roger; JAKOBSSON Ulf; KEHOE Frances; KUEHN Heinz; KUSHIGETA Yoshi; RICHTER Stephan; VERBRUGGEN Andre, et al
2007Preparation and Certification of IRMM-075VERBRUGGEN ANDRE; ALONSO MUNOZ ADOLFO; EYKENS ROGER; KEHOE FRANCES; KUEHN HEINZ; RICHTER STEPHAN; WELLUM Roger; AREGBE YETUNDE
2007Preparation and Certification of IRMM-081a and IRMM-086, 239Pu Spike Isotope Reference MaterialsVERBRUGGEN ANDRE; EYKENS ROGER; KEHOE FRANCES; KUEHN HEINZ; RICHTER STEPHAN; AREGBE YETUNDE
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