30-page summary of Cambridge first year materials course. Topics Include:
- Unit Cells
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- Thermal & Biaxial Strains
- Metal & Polymer (elastomer, thermoplastic, thermoset) elasticity
- Young\'s Modulus of foams and Composite Materials
- Plastic Deformation
- True Stress & Strain
- Hardening Mechanisms
- Yielding of metals & polymers
- Material Selection
- Shape Factor
- Weibull Statistics
- Fatigue & Proof-Testing
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A summary of the whole lecture course given in Lent Term entitled \'Engineering Plant Metabolism\'. This is in bullet point format. It includes lecture series on lipid metabolism, plant cell walls, algal fuel cells and engineering metabolic pathways.
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Summary of all 24 lectures given in the Lent Term module \'Genomes and Synthetic Biology\'. This is in a comprehensible bullet point format.
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A summary of Jackendoff\'s (2011) paper \"What is the Human Language Faculty?\" reduced to note form and key concepts.
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An overview summary for accounts of syntax acquisition in first language acquisition containing theories and evidence from most the nativist/generativist and functionalist/usage-based accounts of acquisition.
University of Cambridge Linguistics Course Revision: First and Second Language Acquisition
This 42 page document covers various topics from the course of first and second language acquisition including theoretical approaches, babbling, the two-word stage, heritage language learners, optionality in L2, morphosyntax and access to Universal Grammar in second language acquisition. Revision notes created for final exam.
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Revision notes for the Cambridge University Linguistics Module Li16 - Psychology of Language Learning and Language Processing covering 4 topics: visual word recognition, reading and morphology, lexical processing in bilinguals and implicit learning.
Semantics & Pragmatics Cambridge University Linguistics Revisions
Revision for the Cambridge University Li10 Module Semantics and Pragmatics including full notes and essay materials on the topics of sentence meaning, contextualism versus minimalism, speech acts, Grice, sentential connectives and linguistic politeness