Callaghan Innovation Research Papers

Our scientists and engineers publish papers in a range of academic journals. This database provides you access to a list of their papers.

 

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2016
Perception scheme for fruits detection in trees for autonomous agricultural robot applications, Kadmiry, B., and Wong C.K. , International Conference Image and Vision Computing New Zealand, 2016, Volume 2016-November, (2016)
2012
Integrated supercritical fluid extraction and bioprocessing, Catchpole, O.J., Tallon S., Dyer P.J., Montanes F., Moreno T., Vagi E., Eltringham W., and Billakanti J. , American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2012, Volume 8, Issue 4, p.263 - 287, (2012)
2010
The solubility of water in mixtures of dimethyl ether and carbon dioxide, Tallon, S., and Fenton K.A. , Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2010, Volume 298, Issue 1, p.60 - 66, (2010)
2002
The structure of the major anthocyanin in Arabidopsis thaliana, Bloor, S.J., and Abrahams S. , Phytochemistry, 2002, Volume 59, Issue 3, p.343 - 346, (2002)
2001
3,5-Bis(trimethylsilyl)-4-chloropyridine, Kay, A.J., and Woolhouse A.D. , Molecules, 2001, Volume 6, Issue 12, p. - , (2001)
1997
Extraction of Squalene from Shark Liver Oil in a Packed Column Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide, Catchpole, O.J., Von Kamp J.-C., and Grey J.B. , Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 1997, Volume 36, Issue 10, p.4318 - 4324, (1997)
Phase Equilibrium for the Extraction of Squalene from Shark Liver Oil Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide, Catchpole, O.J., and Von Kamp J.-C. , Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 1997, Volume 36, Issue 9, p.3762 - 3768, (1997)
1990
Energy and economic assessment of near-critical extraction processes, King, M.B., Catchpole O.J., and Bott T.R. , Institution of Chemical Engineers Symposium Series, 1990, Issue 119, p.165 - 186, (1990)

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