Ms Daisy Abbott

  • Affiliate - Glasgow School of Art (School of Culture & Creative Arts)

Digital Design Studio, The Hub, Pacific Quay, Glasgow G51 1EA

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-6870-8481

Publications

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Number of items: 7.

2020

Dall, R., Abbott, D., Rea, P. M. and Varsou, O. (2020) A serious game on skull anatomy for dental undergraduates. In: Rea, P. M. (ed.) Biomedical Visualisation, Volume 7. Series: Advances in experimental medicine and biology (1262). Springer International Publishing: Cham, pp. 217-237. ISBN 9783030439606 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-43961-3_10)

2018

Mann, A., Mitchell, K. , Abbott, D. and Rea, P. (2018) Visualising the Anatomy of Pleasure Through 3D Interactive Visualisation. 2nd Visualisation in Science Conference 2018, Glasgow, UK, 03 Dec 2018.

2011

Rea, P. , Bagg, J. , Bell, A. , McKerrow, W., Abbott, D. , Chapman, P. and Anderson, P. (2011) The Creation of a Unique Anatomically Accurate 3D Model of Head and Neck Anatomy from Cadaveric Material to Aid Training in the Healthcare Professions. AMEE 2011, Vienna, Austria, 27-31 August 2011.

Rea, P. , Bagg, J. , McKerrow, W., Abbott, D., Chapman, P. and Anderson, P. (2011) Construction of an Anatomically Accurate 3D Model of the Head and Neck Region of a Male Cadaver Using Digital Technologies to Enhance Dental Education and Training. Joint meeting with the 11th Congress of the European Association of Clinical Anatomy and the British Association of Clinical Anatomists, Padua, Itala, 29 June - 1 July 2011.

2009

Jones, S., Abbott, D. and Ross, S. (2009) Redefining the performing arts archive. Archival Science, 8(3), (doi: 10.1007/s10502-009-9086-1)

2008

Abbott, D. and Kim, Y. (2008) DCC Briefing Paper: Genre Classification. Technical Report. Digital Curation Centre.

2005

Ross, S., Donnelly, M., Dobreva, M., Abbott, D. , McHugh, A. and Rusbridge, A. (2005) Core Technologies for the Cultural and Scientific Heritage Sector. Series: DigiCULT technology watch report (3). European Commission, pp. 1-296. ISBN 9789289452779

This list was generated on Sat Nov 27 03:24:51 2021 GMT.
Number of items: 7.

Articles

Jones, S., Abbott, D. and Ross, S. (2009) Redefining the performing arts archive. Archival Science, 8(3), (doi: 10.1007/s10502-009-9086-1)

Books

Ross, S., Donnelly, M., Dobreva, M., Abbott, D. , McHugh, A. and Rusbridge, A. (2005) Core Technologies for the Cultural and Scientific Heritage Sector. Series: DigiCULT technology watch report (3). European Commission, pp. 1-296. ISBN 9789289452779

Book Sections

Dall, R., Abbott, D., Rea, P. M. and Varsou, O. (2020) A serious game on skull anatomy for dental undergraduates. In: Rea, P. M. (ed.) Biomedical Visualisation, Volume 7. Series: Advances in experimental medicine and biology (1262). Springer International Publishing: Cham, pp. 217-237. ISBN 9783030439606 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-43961-3_10)

Research Reports or Papers

Abbott, D. and Kim, Y. (2008) DCC Briefing Paper: Genre Classification. Technical Report. Digital Curation Centre.

Conference or Workshop Item

Mann, A., Mitchell, K. , Abbott, D. and Rea, P. (2018) Visualising the Anatomy of Pleasure Through 3D Interactive Visualisation. 2nd Visualisation in Science Conference 2018, Glasgow, UK, 03 Dec 2018.

Rea, P. , Bagg, J. , Bell, A. , McKerrow, W., Abbott, D. , Chapman, P. and Anderson, P. (2011) The Creation of a Unique Anatomically Accurate 3D Model of Head and Neck Anatomy from Cadaveric Material to Aid Training in the Healthcare Professions. AMEE 2011, Vienna, Austria, 27-31 August 2011.

Rea, P. , Bagg, J. , McKerrow, W., Abbott, D., Chapman, P. and Anderson, P. (2011) Construction of an Anatomically Accurate 3D Model of the Head and Neck Region of a Male Cadaver Using Digital Technologies to Enhance Dental Education and Training. Joint meeting with the 11th Congress of the European Association of Clinical Anatomy and the British Association of Clinical Anatomists, Padua, Itala, 29 June - 1 July 2011.

This list was generated on Sat Nov 27 03:24:51 2021 GMT.