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Grange, S. (2011) Current Issues and Regulations in Tendon Regeneration and Musculoskeletal Repair with Mesenchymal Stem Cells. CURRENT STEM CELL RESEARCH AND THERAPY, 3 . ISSN 1876-8938

Mills, R. and Watson, R. A. (2011) Multi-scale search, modular variation, and adaptive neighbourhoods. . . (Submitted)

Mills, R., Watson, R. A. and Buckley, C. L. (2011) Emergent associative memory as a local organising principle for global adaptation in adaptive networks. In: Eighth International Conference on Complex Systems, Boston, MA. pp. 417-430.

Watson, R., Weinreich, D. M. and Wakeley, J. (2011) Genome Structure and the Benefit of Sex. Evolution, 65 (2). pp. 523-536.

Watson, R. A., Buckley, C. L. and Mills, R. (2011) Optimisation in ‘Self-modelling’ Complex Adaptive Systems. Complexity, 16 (5). pp. 17-26.

Watson, R. A., Mills, R. and Buckley, C. L. (2011) Global Adaptation in Networks of Selfish Components: Emergent Associative Memory at the System Scale. Artificial Life, 17 (3). pp. 147-166.

Watson, R. A., Mills, R. and Buckley, C. L. (2011) Transformations in the Scale of Behaviour and the Global Optimisation of Constraints in Adaptive Networks. Adaptive Behavior, 19 (4). pp. 227-249.

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