Essays about: "MFS"

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  1. 1. Preventing fatal effects of overworking : Product design solution

    University essay from Högskolan i Skövde/Institutionen för ingenjörsvetenskap

    Author : Rahim Adawi; [2018]
    Keywords : stroke; DVT; overworking; karoshi; guolaosi; prolonged; inactivity; sedentary; death; product; design; China; Sweden; Sida; MFS; field study; trouser; pants; sampling; observation; questionnaire; interview; blood circulation; stasis; cardiovascular; disease; cotton; corn; agenda 2030; Chinese finger trap; textile; fibre; yarn; soil; erosion; muscle; pump; mechanism; gradual; compression; stockings; GECS; PECS; pressure; distribution; blood; clot; veins; therapy; stool; chair; PE; PTS; economy; class; syndrome; methodology; plastic; sample; concept; sketch; stroke; DVT; överarbete; karoshi; guolaosi; förlängd; inaktivitet; stillasittande; död; produkt; design; Kina; Sverige; Sida; MFS; fältstudie; byxa; byxor; provtagning; observation; frågeformulär; intervju; blodcirkulation; stasis; kardiovaskulär; sjukdom; bomull; majs; agenda 2030; kinesisk fingerfälla; textil; fiber; garn; jord erosion; muskel; pump; mekanism; gradvis; komprimering; strumpor; stödstrumpa; tryck; kraft; GECS; PECS tryckfördelning; blod; blodproppar; vener; terapi; pall; stol; PE; PTS; ekonomi; klass; syndrom; metodik; plast; prov; koncept; skiss;

    Abstract : “Overworking to death” is a phenomenon that has been noticeable in developing countries. The cause of death is mainly through ischemic strokes. While the victims’ occupations differed, they all shared a common characteristic, being positioned in a sedentary work, ranging from IT workers to doctors. READ MORE

  2. 2. Do Major Facilitator Superfamily Domain Containing Proteins Respond to Glucose Starvation?

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för farmaceutisk biovetenskap

    Author : Lydia Weldai; [2017]
    Keywords : MFSD Proteins;

    Abstract : The human brain weighs around 2% of the total body mass, nevertheless it consumes about 20% of the total glucose intake. Glucose, the main energy source of the brain, is important for many processes, for instance as energy for synthesis of neurotransmitters. Therefore a stable glucose concentration in the brain is crucial. READ MORE

  3. 3. If you don't push them, they will push you : A qualitative study on how six satirical journalists relate to the Moroccan majority media

    University essay from Södertörns högskola/Journalistik

    Author : Fanny Hedenmo; [2017]
    Keywords : Morocco; Moroccan media; journalism; satire; political satire; juxtaposition; journalistic ideals; public sphere; counterpublics; freedom of expression;

    Abstract : The present thesis is constructed upon the findings of a two month long field research, a Minor Field Study (MFS), in Casablanca, Morocco between February and April 2017. The aim is to understand how Moroccan satirical journalists can be understood in relation to the Moroccan media, and seeks out to answer the following research questions: 1) how can the relationship between Moroccan satirists and the majority media be theorized, and 2) how do the satirists relate to journalistic ideals in regard to the truth? The thesis was conducted by applying semi-structured interviews with six satirical journalists. READ MORE


    University essay from KTH/Energiteknik

    Author : Ertugrul Deniz Önder; [2017]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : A renewable energy and energy storage system is designed for a project of 20 upscale houses to be constructed in Accra, Ghana is the Swedish start-up company of AsaDuru. Renewable energy generation and storage methods are investigated and the suitable types of generation methods and the components which shall be used in these are decided. READ MORE

  5. 5. Young Children's Opportunities towards Development and Attachment at an Orphanage in Uganda

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Socialhögskolan

    Author : Emma Jonerud; Alida Karlman; [2017]
    Keywords : Orphanage; Uganda; Children s development; Attachment; Cultural aspects.; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Author: Alida Karlman and Emma Jonerud Title: Young Children's Opportunities towards Development and Attachment at an Orphanage in Uganda Supervisor: Bodil Rasmusson Assesor: Malin Arvidson This study was performed at the orphanage Sanyu Babies Home in the capital city Kampala of Uganda and became possible with the financial support through the Minor Field Study (MFS) scholarship from SIDA. The purpose of the study was to view how the employees promoted children’s attachment and development with the existing conditions at the orphanage. READ MORE