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Journal article

Martin, P and Moss, K ORCID: 0000-0003-1863-3415, 2009. The changing shape of chemistry, 1998 to 2009. Chemistry World, 6 (4).

Martin, P, Parker, SC, Sayle, DC and Watson, GW, 2007. Atomistic modelling of multilayered ceria nanotubes. Nanoletters, 7 (3), pp. 543-546.

Martin, P, Parker, SC, Sayle, DC, Spagnoli, D, Watson, GW and Marmier, A, 2006. Application of molecular dynamics DL_POLY codes to interfaces of inorganic materials. Molecular Simulation, 32 (121315), pp. 1079-1093.

Martin, P, Parker, SC, Sayle, DC and Watson, GW, 2006. Computer modelling of oxygen mobility at ceria surfaces and the construction of ceria nanotube models. Advances in Science and Technology, 46, pp. 48-53.

Martin, P, Parker, SC, Sayle, DC, Spagnoli, D, Watson, GW, Marmier, A and Cooke, DJ, 2006. Modelling structure and transport at mineral interfaces at the atomic level. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta - Supplement, 70 (18), p. 471.

Dingwall, R ORCID: 0000-0002-1588-3796 and Martin, P, 2000. Editorial: RCT RIP? Or can the pharmaceutical industry survive the genomic revolution? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 5 (1), pp. 67-68.

Chapter in book

Martin, P and Dingwall, R ORCID: 0000-0002-1588-3796, 2009. Medical sociology and genetics. In: Cockerham, WC, ed., The new Blackwell companion to medical sociology. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 511-529.

Martin, P, Smart, A and Dingwall, R ORCID: 0000-0002-1588-3796, 2006. Potential social and ethical issues raised by the development of pharmacogenomics. In: Hall, IP and Pirmohamed, M, eds., Pharmacogenetics. London: Informa Healthcare, pp. 51-64.

Dingwall, R ORCID: 0000-0002-1588-3796 and Martin, P, 2002. Implications of genetic advances for equity in health. In: Oliver, A, Cookson, R and McDaid, D, eds., The issues panel for equity in health: the discussion papers. London: The Nuffield Trust, pp. 43-45.

Conference contribution

Martin, P and Moss, K ORCID: 0000-0003-1863-3415, 2009. Developing a 21st century curriculum for science: context-based learning resources in chemistry at NTU. In: 3rd National Science Learning & Teaching Conference, Edinburgh, June 2009, Edinburgh.

Martin, P, 2009. Developments across the curriculum: problem-based and context-based learning resources within the chemistry curriculum at NTU. In: 3rd Science Learning and Teaching Conference Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh 16-17 June 2009, Edinburgh.

Arthur, L and Martin, P, 2009. The visual essay and inclusive practice. In: Reasonable Adjustments, Assessment and Academic Standards, London.

Martin, P, 2008. Sharing experience and best practice of context and problem based learning resources across the chemistry curriculum. In: Higher Education Curriculum Development Day, Aston University Business School, Birmingham, 2 July 2008, Birmingham.

Arthur, L and Martin, P, 2008. Visualising academia: how to make academia attractive. (A teaching case study highlighting the visual essay as a creative means of teaching academic practice). In: International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, 4-5 September 2008, Barcelona.

Martin, P and Arthur, L, 2008. Visualising academia: how to make academia sexy. A case study highlighting the development of the academic visual essay; for nurturing a critical understanding of a topic, linking images and text. In: From Power to Empowerment: Examining Critical Literacy in Visual Culture, College of Visual Arts and Design, The University of North Texas, USA, 6- 7 June 2008, Texas.

Martin, P and Arthur, L, 2008. Why students should be encouraged to debate. In: International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, 4-5 September 2008, Barcelona.

Martin, P, 2008. The shape of chemistry in 2008. In: Variety in Chemistry Education (ViCE), Dublin City University; jointly organised by the RSC Education Division, Tertiary Education Group, August 2008, Dublin.

Martin, P and Moss, K ORCID: 0000-0003-1863-3415, 2008. The shape of the chemistry curricula in 2008. In: Variety in Chemistry Education Conference, Dublin City University, August 2008, Dublin.

Arthur, L and Martin, P, 2008. The visual essay [key speaker]. In: ADSHE Annual Networking Day: Reasonable Adjustments, Assessment and Academic Standards, London, 18 June 2008, London.

Arthur, L, Martin, P and Freeman, S, 2008. The visual essay [presented as part of the Association of Dyslexia Specialists in HEs (ADSHE)]. In: British Dyslexia Association's International Conference, Harrogate, March 2008, Harrogate.

Arthur, L, Martin, P and Freeman, S, 2008. The visual essays are a brilliant example of inclusive practice, especially for students with SpLD [key speaker]. In: ADSHE Annual Networking Day: Reasonable Adjustments, Assessment and Academic Standards, London, 18 June 2008, London.

Solomonides, IP and Martin, P, 2006. All this talk of engagement is making me itch: an initial investigation into the concepts of 'engagement'. In: Getting Engaged, South Hall Complex, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2 November 2006, Edinburgh, UK.

Martin, P, 2006. Computer modelling of oxygen mobility at ceria surfaces and the construction of ceria nanotube models. In: Abstracts of papers of the 11th International Ceramics Congress & 4th Forum on New Materials, CIMTEC, Sicily, Italy, 2006, Sicily.

Martin, P, 2006. Unlocking the oxygen storage capacity of ceria [poster paper]. In: RSC Faraday Discussion Meeting (FD134) in Atomic Transport and Defect Phenomena in Solids, July 2006.

Martin, P, 2006. The motivations and rewards of learning: an initial investigation into personal and social motivations and rewards within community based learning, and the potential for other learning environments. In: Postgraduate and Newer Researchers Conference, Conference Centre, Bramber House, University of Sussex, Sussex, UK, 11 December 2006, Sussex, UK.

Martin, P, 2005. Computer modelling of structure and oxygen mobility of ceria surfaces. In: Collaborative Computational Projects 5 - Computer Simulation of Condensed Phases (CCP5) Annual Meeting, University of Keele, September 2005, Keele.

Solomonides, IP and Martin, P, 2005. Concepts of engagement within student experiences. In: The Challenge of Student Engagement, Higher Education Authority, York, UK, 16 December 2005, York, UK.

Martin, P, 2005. Modelling of structure and reactivity of ionic nanoparticles - ceria. In: RSC Solid State Christmas Meeting, University of Surrey, 19-20 December 2005, Surrey.

Martin, P, 2004. Modelling of structure and oxygen mobility of ceria surfaces. In: Solid State Chemistry Group Easter Meeting, University of Oxford, 5-7 April 2004, Oxford.

Martin, P, 2004. Modelling of structure and reactivity of ionic nanoparticles - ceria. In: CCP5 Annual Meeting: Atomistic, University of Sheffield, 2-4 September 2004, Sheffield.

Martin, P, 2004. Modelling of structure and reactivity of ionic nanoparticles - ceria. In: RSC Solid State Chemistry Meeting, University of Birmingham, 20-21 December 2004, Birmingham.

Journal editorship

Nerlich, B, Dingwall, R ORCID: 0000-0002-1588-3796 and Martin, P, 2004. Discourse & Society [special issue on 'Human Genome Discourse']. UNSPECIFIED.

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

Arthur, L, Martin, P, Briggs, P and Taylor, B, 2007. Art workshop thrills youngsters. , p. 18.

Martin, P and Arthur, L, 2006. Lets have a debate. .

Other

Arthur, L and Martin, P, 2011. The National Capstone Project. Nottingham Trent University.

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