Research publications

I work in several areas, so I've clustered my research papers by topic: crowds, synthetic biology/cellular computing, DNA/molecular computing, nature-inspired algorithms, education and public engagement, computational theory.

Carolan, K., Verran, J., Crossley, M., Redfern, J., Whitton, N. & Amos, M. (2018). Impact of educational interventions on adolescent attitudes and knowledge regarding vaccination: a pilot study. PLOS ONE 13(1): e0190984. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0190984.

Carolan, K., Verran, J., Amos, M., Crossley, M., Redfern, J., Whitton, N. & Louttit, D. (2018). SimFection: A digital resource for vaccination education. Journal of Biological Education, doi: 10.1080/00219266.2018.1469534.

Verran, J., Crossley, M., Carolan, K., Jacobs, N. & Amos, M. (2013) Monsters, microbiology and mathematics: the epidemiology of a zombie apocalypse. Journal of Biological Education 48:2, 98-104. doi: 10.1080/00219266.2013.849283.

Jacobs, N. & Amos, M. (2012) NanoInfoBio: A case-study in interdisciplinary research. In Kettunen, J., Hyrkkanen, U. & Lehto, A. (Eds.) Applied Research and Professional Education, p.p. 289-309. Turku University of Applied Sciences.

Amos, M., Calow, A., Jacobs, N., Jung, H.Y., Linton, T. & Verran, J. (2012) Manchester DIYbio. In Bowater, L. & Yeoman, K., Science Communication: A Practical Guide for Scientists, p.p. 250-251, Wiley-Blackwell.