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Floyd, Joshua; Iaquinto, Benjamin L.; Ison, Ray and Collins, Kevin (2014). Managing complexity in Australian urban water governance: transitioning Sydney to a water sensitive city. Futures, 61 pp. 1–12. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Pitman, Simone; Xu, Yao; Taylor, Peter and Turner, Nicholas (2014). Spotlight on medicinal chemistry education. Future Medicinal Chemistry, 6(8) pp. 865–869. file


Bridle, Helen; Vrieling, Anton; Cardillo, Monica; Araya, Yoseph and Hinojosa-Valencia, Leonith (2013). Preparing for an interdisciplinary future: a perspective from early-career researchers. Futures, 53 pp. 22–32.

Mohd Zaki, Zulkifly; Dew, Peter M.; Lau, Lydia M. S.; Rickard, Andrew R.; Young, Jenny C.; Farooq, Tahir; Pilling, Michael J. and Martin, Chris J. (2013). Architecture design of a user-orientated electronic laboratory notebook: a case study within an atmospheric chemistry community. Future Generation Computer Systems, 29(8) pp. 2182–2196.


Taylor, Peter; Bolton, Ronan; Stone, Dave; Zhang, Xiao-Ping; Martin, Chris and Upham, Paul (2012). Pathways for Energy Storage in the UK. Centre for Low Carbon Futures, York. file


Bell, Simon and Walker, Steve (2011). Futurescaping infinite bandwidth, zero latency. Futures, 43(5) pp. 525–539. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Reiff-Marganiec, Stephan and Yu, Hong Qing (2011). An integrated approach for service selection using non-functional properties and composition context. In: Reiff-Marganiec, Stephan and Tilly, Marcel eds. Handbook of Research on Service-Oriented Systems and Non-Functional Properties: Future Directions. Hershey, PA : IGI Global, pp. 165–191. file


Alexiou, Katerina and Zamenopoulos, Theodore (2008). Design as a social process: a complex systems perspective. Futures, 40(6) pp. 586–595.

Johnson, Jeffrey (2008). Science and policy in designing complex futures. Futures, 40(6) pp. 520–536.

Johnson, Jeffrey (2008). Science and policy in designing complex futures. Futures, 40(6) pp. 520–536. file


Clarke, John (2007). Citizen-consumers and public service reform: At the limits of neo-liberalism? Policy Futures in Education, 5(2) pp. 239–248. file

Levidow, Les and Carr, Susan (2007). GM crops on trial: technological development as a real-world experiment. Futures, 39(4) pp. 408–431. file


Dougan, Sylvia (2006). Sustainable Construction in a flood of regulation. Building for a Future, 16(1) pp. 56–59.

Dougan, Sylvia (2006). Modernism and Utopianism: Brave new world or just pipe dreams. Building for a Future, 16(3) pp. 56–59.


Dougan, Sylvia (2005). Building what people want. Building for a Future, 14(4) pp. 30–35.


Araya, Yoseph Negusse and Kabakian, Vahakn (2004). Young peoples' involvement in global water issues. Futures, 36(5) pp. 603–609. file


Trendafilov, Nickolay T. (2003). On the ℓ1 Procrustes problem. Future Generation Computer Systems, 19(7) pp. 1177–1186.


Clark, Norman; Stokes, Kathryn and Mugabe, John (2002). Biotechnology and development: threats and promises for the 21st century. Futures, 34(9-10) pp. 785–806. file


Boyle, Godfrey; Thomas, Christine and Wield, David (2000). Beyond single vision. Futures, 32(3-4) pp. 221–228.

Johnson, Hazel and Wilson, Gordon (2000). Institutional sustainability: community and waste management in Zimbabwe. Futures, 32(3) pp. 301–316.

Potter, Stephen and Skinner, Martin J. (2000). On transport integration: a contribution to better understanding. Futures, 32(3-4) pp. 275–287. file

Roy, Robin (2000). Sustainable product-service systems. Futures, 32(3-4) pp. 289–299.


Dougan, Sylvia (1998). Building Sustainability. Building for a Future, 8(2) pp. 39–43.

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