Author Commentaries> July 2010

All Author Commentaries/Interviews for July 2010

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In addition, there are comments from authors who have papers featured in Emerging Research Fronts, Fast-Moving Fronts, New Hot Papers, Fast-Breaking Papers, Current Classics, and Top Topics. Search for an author by year, month, or alphabetically. Many interviews and comments include images of the authors’ work featured in their papers.

Commentaries/Interviews for July 2010

 
 

Arne Vernon Astrup

"Our paper "Randomized trial on protein vs. carbohydrate in ad libitum fat reduced diet for the treatment of obesity..."
Special Topic of Obesity, July 2010

 

Jean-Philippe Avouac

"I graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique (France) in 1987, where I received a general education in science..."
Special Topic of Earthquakes, July 2010

 

Jason E. Bara, Douglas L. Gin, & Richard D. Noble

"Individually, ionic liquids and CO2 capture have both been very hot areas of research over the past few years..."
New Hot Papers, July 2010

 

J. Fernando Bazan

"The discovery of IL-33 in 2005 (part of a long-standing and productive collaboration with my former..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

Rajdeep Dasgupta

"Partial melting is the most important process by which the Earth’s interior continues to chemically differentiate..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

Louis Derry

"Since the Earth is a highly coupled system, changes in biogeochemical cycles feed back and impact..."
Featured Scientist, July 2010

 

Dario Grasso

"One year after the launch of the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, which took place in June 2008..."
New Hot Papers, July 2010

 

Steffen Klamt

"The integrated computational and experimental analysis of signal transduction networks is one important area of research..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

Minjoo Larry Lee

"The paper integrated knowledge gained from fundamental studies of strained heterostructure growth, carrier transport..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

Henrik Lund

"...the paper gives a specific example of how to transform a whole country to a 100% RES. The input for the work was..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

Marcos Malumbres

"This paper discusses biological and preclinical data on the relevance of small-molecule Cyclin-dependent..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

Jon McCullers

"This paper was a review of the state of knowledge about interactions between two important pathogens, influenza..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

Malte Meinshausen

"Our habit to produce energy by burning fossil fuels changes the climate system. Civil societies and policy makers..."
New Hot Papers, July 2010

 

Terri E. Moffitt & Avshalom Caspi

"Experimental neuroscience studies are capable of showing that when a subject is exposed to an environmental..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010
(commentary for May 2010 [late entry])

 

Roland Nau

"Our in-vitro work with murine microglial cells shows that microglia are able to ingest and kill even encapsulated..."
Special Topic of Meningitis, July 2010

 

Jean-Michel Pawlotsky

"Over 170 million individuals are infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) worldwide. Chronic HCV infection is a leading cause..."
New Hot Papers, July 2010

 

Nagendra P. Shah

"Dairy foods are universally accepted and they provide a good environment for probiotics' growth..."
Special Topic of Probiotics, July 2010

 

Takao Shimizu

"In addition to the well-known roles of lipids, they are also important as bioactive autacoids that regulate..."
New Hot Papers, July 2010

 

J.D. Smith

"This paper calibrates the form and behavior of PAH emission in a local, broadly selected sample of galaxies..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

Eric Stice

"I initially became interested in studying obesity when I learned that approximately 111,000 people die from obesity-related..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

Michael J. Thun

"Per-capita cigarette sales in the U.S. have decreased by almost two-thirds since the Surgeon General’s Report..."
Science Watch© Newsletter Interview, July 2010

 

Carl Van Der Lingen

"Anchovy and sardine are economically and ecologically important, and alternations between the two species..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2010

 

Guifre Vidal

"A long-term goal of my research has been to better understand quantum entanglement. Entanglement is a natural..."
Quantum Computers, July 2010

 

 
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