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Guest editorial

Undergraduate research as a form of learning, Amelia Welch, p. 1-3.

Project articles - Biological and marine sciences

The long term effects of social deprivation on black-capped capuchins (Sapajus apella) rescued from the primate pet trade, Kate Bee, p. 4-27.

Effects of predation risk and temperature on foraging behaviour of Littorina littorea, Sarah Curtin, p. 28-39.

The effects of turbulence on vertical distributions and concentrations of phytoplankton in (Case II) coastal waters, Daniel Ford, p. 40-58.

Project articles - Biomedical and healthcare sciences

Toll-like receptor 7: Expression patterns within mammalian Trigeminal and Dorsal Root Ganglia and its selected facial innervation target, the tongue, Sara Kawamura, p. 59-79.

Project articles - Engineering

Evaluation of floodwater loading on domestic housing, Samuel Kail, p. 80-133.

Flexural behaviour of BFRP rebar reinforced concrete beams, Edgaras Rudzinskis, p. 134-170.

Project articles - Psychology

Understanding the experiences of people with Acquired Brain Injury and their interactions with outside services, Tolulope Odumuyiwa, p. 171-192.

Project articles - Computing and mathematics

Genetic optimisations for satisfiability and Ramsey theory, Andrew Barnes, p. 193-207.

A machine learning approach to the classification of phishing bot accounts within Twitter, Christopher Brake, p. 208-223.

Project articles - Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences

A glaciologic and palaeoclimatic reconstruction of Younger Dryas conditions using geomorphic evidence from selected sites in the Fforest Fawr, Brecon Beacons National Park, Henry Irvine, p. 224-264.

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