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All Author Commentaries/Interviews for March 2011

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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 March 2011

 
 

Robert Benezra

"We don't publish much but it's nice to hear papers we do publish do get cited for whatever reason or sparking at least new thinking..."
Featured Scientist, March 2011

 

Robert J. Cava

"Robert J. Cava of Princeton University, who was one of the leading lights in research on high-temperature superconductivity in..."
Science Watch® Newsletter Interview, March 2011

 

Harold Corke

"...structure-radical scavenging activity relationships of phenolic compounds from traditional Chinese medicinal plants, and..."
Fast Moving Fronts, March 2011

 

D.M. Fergusson

"The paper extends and synthesises existing knowledge by using data gathered over a 25 year study to explore the linkages..."
Fast Moving Fronts, March 2011

 

Aldo Geuna

"Aldo Geuna talks about his 2006 J RES POLICY paper, "University patenting and its effects on academic research: The emerging..."
Fast Moving Fronts, March 2011

 

Peter Friedl and Katarina Wolf

"...we developed several tools to visualize MMP-14 localization and activity in fixed and also live-cell cultures, so we could see..."
Fast Moving Fronts, March 2011

 

Robert C. Haddon

"The paper demonstrated the importance of chemistry in improving the response of single-walled carbon nanotube (SWNT) devices..."
Fast Moving Fronts, March 2011

 

D. Neil Hayes & Katherine Hoadley

"In current practice, glioblastoma (GBM) is diagnosed and treated as a single disease, yet it is widely suspected that patients with..."
New Hot Papers, March 2011

 

Remy Indebetouw

"The paper describes a measurement of interstellar extinction at mid-infrared wavelengths. Most of our insight about the universe..."
Fast Moving Fronts, March 2011

 

Catherine Lozupone & Rob Knight

"This paper primarily describes a new methodology for bioinformatics analysis of sequence data, but also is a synthesis of knowledge..."
Fast Moving Fronts, March 2011

 

Jeffrey Martin

"Jeffrey Martin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management and Marketing in the Culverhouse College..."
Listen: MP3 ¦ WMA. March 2011

 

G. Balakrish Nair

"I was involved in the epidemic caused by O139 in 1993. We had one patient arriving every four minutes at the infectious..."
Special Topic of Cholera, March 2011

 

Vardit Ravitsky

"...a question that is challenging and has important social and ethical implications: when should researchers disclose..."
Fast Moving Fronts, March 2011

 

Pamela Ronald

"The mechanisms of plant and animal defense against microbes have historically been presumed to be separate and..."
New Hot Papers, March 2011

 

Jan Scholz

"In our work we presented evidence that the adult brain changes in response to a relatively short period of juggling practic..."
New Hot Papers, March 2011

 

Dennis Selkoe

"...amyloid beta is both necessary and sufficient to cause Alzheimer’s disease, but there are many other factors. If..."
Special Topic of Alzheimer's Disease, March 2010

 

Alexander Star

"This research was conducted at Nanomix Inc., a startup nanotech company, which develops and commercializes nanoelectronic...."
Fast Moving Fronts, March 2011

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