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All Author Commentaries/Interviews for January 2011

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Commentaries/Interviews for January 2011

 
 

Gazi Mahabubul Alam

"Earlier education was considered as an interdisciplinary subject with a connection to economics, sociology and..."
Fast Moving Fronts, January 2011

 

Ignazio Ciufolini

"This paper, by Ignazio Ciufolini and Erricos Pavlis, describes the first accurate test and direct measurement of gravitomagnetism..."
Fast Moving Fronts, January 2011

 

Stefano DellaVigna

"Psychology and Economics (a.k.a. Behavioral Economics) is a recent area of research within economics which has attracted..."
New Hot Papers, January 2011

 

Xinliang Feng

"Graphene is a material that has generated enormous research interest for its unique electrical properties and its potential..."
New Hot Papers, January 2011

 

Linda Fried

"Geriatrician and epidemiologist Linda P. Fried of Columbia University discusses her research on frailty..."
Featured Scientist, January 2011

 

Paola Gramatica

"This paper is an example of the possibility to predict data not experimentally available starting from a limited amount..."
Fast Moving Fronts, January 2011

 

Charles Greer

"...health effects take many years to be felt or noticed. They’re not acute effects, they’re chronic effects. If you’re constantly exposed to low levels of toxins, it may take many years..."
Special Topic of Oil Spills, January 2011

 

Akira Hasegawa

"During the last decade, a significant progress has been made in seismology. That is the excellent progress in the..."
Special Topic of Earthquakes, January 2011

 

John M. Hettema

"Personality relates to the normal spectrum of individual differences in patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, while..."
Fast Moving Fronts, January 2011

 

Sudhir Kumar

"Sudhir Kumar is a professor in the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University and the Director of the...
Listen: MP3 ¦ WMA. January 2011

 

Shengqing Li

"This work shows an improvement of dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction. A new ionic liquid-based..."
New Hot Papers, January 2011

 

Justin B. Ries

"...calcifying marine organisms can exhibit both positive and negative responses to CO2-induced ocean acidification..."
New Hot Papers, January 2011

 

Schraga Schwartz & Gil Ast

"Our paper identified a potential link between two fundamental molecular layers of gene regulation: chromatin structure..."
New Hot Papers, January 2011

 

Patrício Soares da Silva

"Trans-resveratrol is a nonflavonoid polyphenolic compound found in several plant species, a number of which are part of..."
New Hot Papers, January 2011

 

Rob Stevenson

"The finite element method is the most popular method for the numerical approximation of the solution of an elliptic..."
Fast Moving Fronts, January 2011

 

Lorenz Studer

"FD is a rare genetic disorder that is characterized by multiple defects, particularly in the peripheral nervous system..."
New Hot Papers, January 2011

 

Cristobal Viedma

"I believe that challenging problems require interdisciplinary approach for innovative answers to old questions. The origin of life..."
Fast Moving Fronts, January 2011

 

Julie Williams

"We discovered two novel susceptibility genes for Alzheimer's disease; CLU and PICALM, which are now implicating new..."
New Hot Papers, January 2011

 

John A.T. Young & Sumit Chanda

"The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the causative agent of AIDS, exploits the protein machinery that exists in our own..."
Fast Moving Fronts, January 2011

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