AUTHOR COMMENTARIES - (C)

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Luis A. Caffarelli & Alexis F. Vasseur

"The interplay between viscosity and non-linear transport is one of the central issues in fluid dynamics. It is thought that..."
New Hot Papers, September 2011

 

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

"This manuscript reported the first data on human exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA) in the United States..."
Special Topic of Bisphenol A (BPA), Aug. 2009

 

Philip C. Calder

"This paper is a review article that begins by describing the respective roles of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids in..."
New Hot Papers, Nov. 2009

 

Stephen Calderwood

"One of the most exciting and fun parts of the NIH grant mechanism under which we work – the International Collaborations in..."
Special Topic of Cholera, July 2011

 

Calfon

Marcella Calfon discusses her career and research in the field of cardiovascular physiology. She has been..." .
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Josep Call

"I have always been interested in animal behavior in general and animal problem solving in particular. Most of my work..."
Featured Scientist, August 2011

 

Callaway

; "There have been numerous recent advances in techniques that are available for the study of neural circuits..."
Fast Moving Fronts, May 2009

 

"I started my medical training at the University of Edinburgh where I met a several inspiring respiratory physicians..."
Special Topic of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, May 2010

 

Calzetti

"In our paper, we used the GALEX data to trace the young stellar populations. We combined the Spitzer data with the GALEX data..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Mar. 2008.

 

Gustavo Camps-Valls

"The paper proposes mathematical methods to process efficiently the images acquired by the satellite sensors. With these tools..."
Fast Moving Fronts, May 2011

 

Manjula Canagaratna & Nga Lee Ng

"...integrates organic aerosol measurements from 43 different ambient environments in the northern hemisphere to..."
New Hot Papers, July 2011

 

Emmanuel Candes & Michael Wakin

"CS is a new discovery. Of course, there were ideas that led to this discovery, in particular methods for solving inverse problems..."
Emerging Research Front, June 2011

 

Canfield

"I think this article has been well received because we provide the first demonstration of oxygen penetrating..."
New Hot Papers, May 2008

 

Lewis Cantley

"Lewis C. Cantley of the Harvard Medical School discusses his research on the enzyme known as phosphoinositide 3-kinase..."
Featured Scientist, November 2010

 

"Our paper represents one of the first attempts to summarize the results of several decades of experiments..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2008

 

David Cardwell

"I was an undergraduate at the University of Warwick, located in the heart of England. My bachelor degree is in physics..."
Special Topic of High-Temperature Superconductors, Aug 2009

 

Carey

"Our review contributed to the field primarily by synthesizing the empirical literature that addresses..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Mar. 2008.

 

Deborah Carr

"Obesity is a tremendous social and health problem in the United States today. About 60% of Americans are overweight..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Sep. 2009

 

"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])

 

Claudio Castellano

"The pervasive digital fingerprints of virtually all social activities in our modern world call for this truly interdisciplinary endeavour..."
New Hot Papers, November 2010

 

Marcelo Moreira Cavalcanti

"The main focus of my research is the study of the behavior of the energy of distributed systems. To explain..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Amr. 2010

 

Robert J. Cava

"Robert J. Cava of Princeton University, who was one of the leading lights in research on high-temperature superconductivity..."
Featured Scientist, March 2011

 

Lorenzo Cerretani

"Olive oil, and more correctly virgin olive oil, is a very complex matrix constituted mainly of triglycerides (>98%)..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Nov. 2009

"We are each currently involved in several new works that deal with the topics raised..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Apr. 2008

 

Claude P. Champagne

"The information targets the food industry instead of the health community. Consumers increasingly ask for 'bioactive'..."
Fast Moving Fronts, September 2010

 

Chan

"The paper provides methodological guidance to the proper use of the present suite of Chinese city population statistics..."
Fast Moving Fronts, May 2009

 

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

 

"...mushrooms including fruiting bodies and mycelia may possess better antioxidant..."
Emerging Research Front, Apr. 2010

 

Sukbok Chang

"In this paper, the development of two new catalytic protocols was revealed leading to the direct C–C bond formation of..."
Fast Moving Fronts, January 2012

 

F. Stuart Chapin III

"F. Stuart Chapin III is a Professor of Ecology in the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks..."
Podcast Menu | Listen: MP3 ¦ WMA, October 2010

 

"Our paper provides the interested users with a tool to interpret the spectral energy distributions..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Nov. 2009

 

Arijit Chatterjee

"Apart from qualitative descriptions, organizational researchers had not systematically examined self-absorbed CEOs, perhaps..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2011

 

Chauhan

"Our study has reported novel findings and highlights ingenious ways to improve the delivery of small therapeutic..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Jun. 2008.

 

"The way therapies were being measured 20 years ago is by how well they would bronchodilate patients, how well they..."
Special Topic of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Apr. 2010

 

Benjamin Chen

"Our study supported the view that infection of T cells through virological synapses are quantitatively and qualitatively different..."
Fast Moving Fronts, May 2011

 

"...mushrooms including fruiting bodies and mycelia may possess better antioxidant..."
Emerging Research Front, Apr. 2010

 

Chen

"This is a review article that summarized the research projects undertaken in my lab. It also introduced several related activities..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Jun. 2009

 

Xiaodong Cheng

"Epigenetics is currently one of the hottest research topics. Without changing the DNA sequence, control of gene expression..."
Fast Breaking Paper, December 2010

 

Chen

; "The conjugation chemistry described in this paper is robust and highly reproducible, which has become..."
Fast Moving Front, Nov. 2008

 

Chen

"This paper introduced a new class of upscaling methods—local-global upscaling, in which global coarse..."
Fast Moving Front, Mar. 2009

 

Chen

"In our paper, we demonstrated one of the first graphene nano-ribbon devices with channel width down to 20nm..."
Special Topic of Graphene, Jan. 2009

 

Cheng

"Engineering and science problems are often expressed in the form of mathematical equations known..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Mar. 2008.

 

Cheng

"One of the big challenges in converting lignocellulosic materials into ethanol is the high lignin content that blocks the..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Jun. 2008

 

Cherlin

"In a new synthesis, I argue that marriage has been transformed from a partnership in which couples thought of themselves..."
Fast Moving Fronts, May 2008

 

"The MoCA test design, user friendliness, and the robust confirmation of its validity to detect MCI..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Jun. 2009

 

Alexei Cheviakov and Michael Ward

"Our paper contains new results on how to compute times needed for particles to escape from domains with small traps (holes)..."
Fast Breaking Paper, June 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

 

Chiverrell

"The paper examines an issue identified in the geomorphological development of upland northwest Britain..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Feb. 2009

 

Andres F. Clarens & Lisa M. Colosi

"...think quantitatively about some of challenges and opportunities associated with algae biofuels. Algae have been studied as..."
Fast Breaking Paper, December 2010

 

Chou

"The paper did describe several new concepts and methodologies, such as pseudo amino acid..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2009

 

Ignacio Cirac

"If you think about quantum computation, not only quantum computing but applications that quantum mechanics might..."
Special Topic of Quantum Computers, Apr. 2010

 

"Glial cells have long been regarded as a supporting player of neurodegenerative diseases..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2009

 

Andrew J. Coates

"I’ve always been interested in space and the planets – perhaps influenced by my father taking me outside and showing me..."
Special Topic of Planetary Exploration, November 2011

 

Patrice Codogno

"While studying the intracellular trafficking of N-linked glycoproteins in human colon cancer cells, my team’s studies revealed..."
Special Topic of Autophagy, Nov. 2009

 

Gregory M Cole

"Our paper shows that a small natural molecule with established preclinical (National Toxicology Program) and clinical..."
Fast Moving Front, May 2010

 

James Cole

"The paper presented the right tool at the right time, as emerging high-throughput sequencing technologies started to be applied..."
Emerging Research Front, December 2011

 

Stewart Cole

"I was working on leprosy originally, and there are quite a lot of similarities between the leprosy bacillus and the..."
Special Topic of Tuberculosis, Mar 2009

 

Jonathan Coleman

"I started working in nanotechnology in the area of polymer nanotube composites back in 1995-96..."
Featured Author, Jan. 2010

 

James J. Collins

"We think our paper is highly cited because it addresses an outstanding, important problem in the emerging..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2010

 

David L. Collinson

"The paper illustrates how employee Identities and insecurities
concerns to create, maintain and protect identity..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Nov. 2009

 

Luigi Colombo

"Researchers have an intense interest in large area growth of monolayer graphene so that they..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2010

 

 

"...think quantitatively about some of challenges and opportunities associated with algae biofuels. Algae have been studied as..."
Fast Breaking Paper, December 2010

 

Jeffrey Conn

"G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) have been among the most successful of drug targets and are involved..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2010

 

"Our paper brought together the leading developments in the field of olefin..."
Emerging Research Front, Aug. 2008

 

"Contrary to a possible first impression, what one observes traveling across the sea is not the water but a wave..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Feb. 2008.

 

Marcus S. Cooke

"The breadth of the topic is a clear strength of the review, it stretches from the description of events at the..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Aug. 2009

 

Mark Cooper

"I'm an endocrinologist by training, and I've been interested in diabetes and kidney disease since the early 1980s..."
Special Topic of Diabetes, Aug. 2009

 

Gordon H. Copp

"The paper provides a synthesis of: terminology used in the area of aquatic invasions, of patterns of past and current patterns of fish..."
Emerging Research Front, August 2011

 

Harold Corke

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

 

Patrick Corrigan

"...major goals of people with serious mental illnesses is to overcome their illness so they can get back to work..."
Emerging Research Front, Aug. 2010

 

Michael Corballis

"The idea is that episodic memory provides information for the construction of future plans..."
New Hot Papers, Sep. 2009

 

Josef Coresh

"I was working in heart diseases in the 1980s, when Paul Whelton made me aware that the epidemiology of kidney disease..."
Featured Paper Interview, Apr. 2010

 

Athena Coustenis

"I've spent two years in 2008 and 2009 putting together a proposal for a future mission to Titan: The Titan Saturn System Mission..."
Special Topic of Planetary Exploration, October 2011

A. D. (Bud) Craig

"...the model I proposed in this paper posits that the primary interoceptive cortex in the dorsal posterior insula provides..."
Fast Moving Fronts, May 2011

 

Croce

"It will be a revolution. We will have drugs based on this, and a lot of novel diagnostic and prognostic markers will..."
Featured Science Watch® Newsletter Interview, Apr. 2008

 

Scott M. Croom

"We now know that all massive galaxies contain super-massive black holes—a million to a billion times the..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Sep. 2009

 

"The paper summarizes the state of the art, in 2004, for drug delivery systems (DDS) and provides examples..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Oct. 2009

 

Jeffrey L. Cummings

"The field in general is moving toward earlier and earlier diagnosis. We’ve realized that by the time the patient reaches the current criteria for dementia, there is a very subs..."
Special Topic of Alzheimer's Disease, August 2011

 

K. Michael Cummings

"The more people who quit smoking the fewer people who die from smoking caused disease..."
Fast Moving Fronts, September 2010

 

Cunningham

"Our paper has been highly cited because, for the first time, we have demonstrated that continuous in situ ocean..."
New Hot Paper, Nov. 2008

 

Sean Cutler

"At the moment, there is tremendous interest in understanding how plants cope with drought and other environmental stress..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Apr. 2010

 

Cutlip

"...but some studies had questioned if the stents had higher risk of clotting and causing major heart attacks..."
New Hot Paper, Sep. 2008

Mirjam Cvetic

"If supersymmetry is pushed to very high energies because we can’t find supersymmetric particles at the LHC..."
Special Topic of Supersymmetry, March 2012

 

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