Alphabetical Listings for "L"

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"This paper was an invited review article that summarized, circa 2003, what was..."
Fast Moving Front, Jul. 2008



"This paper gives an interpretative summary and comparison of key advances and challenges to the economical..."
Fast Moving Fronts, May 2009



"Our paper presents the construction of a new highly supersymmetric Lagrangian field theory..."
Emerging Research Front, Dec. 2008



"Gene Set Enrichment Analysis (GSEA) derives its power by considering sets of genes that correspond to a..."
Fast Moving Fronts, May 2008


Lewis Lanier

"Natural killer cells (NK cells) are a component of the immune system important for controlling infections and cancers..."
Fast Breaking Paper, February 2011


Terence G. Langdon

"Terence G. Langdon is the William E. Leonard Professor of Engineering at the Viterbi School of Engineering in the..."
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"Graphene, a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice, has shown great application..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Aug. 2008


Silvia Lapenna & Antonio Giordano

"Our review article focuses on cell cycle kinases as cancer therapeutic targets... overview of the complex mechanisms..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Aug. 2010


"Our aim is to strengthen the theoretical foundation of institutional entrepreneurship and thereby help to develop a theory of action..."
Fast Breaking Paper, August 2011


Minjoo Larry Lee

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


Chang-Yong Lee

"Our paper addresses the issue of fast convergence in evolutionary programming, which mostly uses optimization..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Aug. 2009


Doo Sung Lee

"After biodegradable polyester-based in situ gelling thermosensitive hydrogels were first developed by Dr. Sung Wan Kim..."
Fast Moving Front, Jan. 2010


Virginia Lee and John Trojanowski

"In our Special Topics analysis of Alzheimer's Disease research over the past decade, the work of Dr. Virginia Lee ranks at #2 by..."
Special Topic of Alzheimer's Disease, December 2011



"This discovery has led to a completely new understanding or paradigm for how the receptors work..."
New Hot Paper, Sep. 2008


Yu-Ming Lin

".. it presents the first demonstration of high-performance graphene transistors, up to a cut-off frequency of 100 GHz, fabricated...."
Emerging Research Front, December 2011


Timothy M. Lenton

"Our paper captures the Zeitgeist of a growing group of climate scientists..."
New Hot Papers, Jul. 2009


Robert J. Letcher

"Brominated flame retardants (BFRs) are a large and growing class of man-made substances that are capable..."
Fast Moving Fronts, September 2010


Stefan Leucht

"The meta-analysis showed that some second generation antipsychotic drugs are somewhat more..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2010



"A3G is currently under active investigation by a large group of researchers because it..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Oct. 2008


Lisa Levin

"...synthesizes different types of biological research conducted on a relatively recently discovered deep-sea habitat, methane seeps..."
Fast Moving Fronts, November 2010



"Autophagy is an important emerging topic in biomedical research. Autophagy (literally "self-eating") consists in the..."
New Hot Papers, May 2009


Loet Leydesdorff & Ismael Rafols

"The paper offers a synthesis of previous knowledge on the basis of a methodological..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Dec. 2009

Jianjun Li

"Mass spectrometry has been widely used in the analysis of biomolecules, such as mass spectrometry-based..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Jul. 2009


Ming Li & Wei Zhao

"Two categories of traffic models are utilized in computer science. One is in deterministic modeling, such as the (sigma, ru)..."
Fast Breaking Paper, June 2011


Shengqing Li

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



"This paper reported on a systematic study of the fast growth of clean, long DWCNTs. We used a..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Apr. 2008


Xiao-Jiang Li

"Although Huntington disease is characterized by selective neurodegeneration in the brain, the role of non-neuronal cells..."
Fast Breaking Paper, December 2010


Zheng-Xiang Li

"This paper represents the final outcome of the UNESCO/IUGS-sponsored IGCP-project 440 "Rodinia Assembly and Break-up..."
New Hot Papers, May 2009



"This work was part of a 10-year research program funded by the Australian Research Council through the Tectonics Special..."
Special Topic of Zircon Dating, Mar. 2008



"It is becoming increasingly recognized that mathematical modelling may..."
New Hot Papers, Sep. 2009


Daniel Lidar

"My main focus is on ensuring that quantum computers can work reliably in spite of their extreme fragility. Quantum computers..."
Special Topic of Quantum Computers, May 2010



; "...the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), as one of its initiatives to stimulate large practical clinical trials..."
(Archived) Special Topic of Schizophrenia. Feb. 2008


Yu-Ming Lin

"Graphene is a material that has generated enormous research interest and activity in the past few years because of its..."
New Hot Paper, May 2010


Ziwei Lin

"Our transport model, which this paper describes in detail, combines for the first time the multiple phases that the matter created..."
Special Topic of Hadron Colliders, June 2011


"This paper has important information about how mammals evolve. It suggested that the major changes..."
New Hot Paper, Sep. 2008



"Our interest was (and still is) in building molecular photovoltaic devices for energy conversion. We are now using..."
Emerging Research Front, Feb. 2009



"...a podcast interview. Also, read a New Hot Paper comment from Jan. 2006."
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Benjamin List

"Our paper is a review covering “enamine catalysis” as an area of catalysis that has grown considerably..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Jul. 2009


"Chemist Benjamin List of the Max Planck Institute discusses his research on asymmetric organic synthesis..."
Science Watch® Newsletter Interview, May 2009



"We have described how to manufacture 3D metamaterials with a planar stacking technology..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2009


Zhenfeng Liu

"Zhenfeng Liu is currently a research associate and postdoctoral scholar in the Rees lab at the Howard Hughes Medical..."
Podcast, Nov. 2009



"Regular PCR amplifies the RNA or DNA in a sample, and real-time PCR amplifies it and quantifies it..."
Podcast; Jan. 2009 - Listen: MP3|WMA



"Nanoparticle size and shape control is a hot topic within nanoscience and nanotechnology. Although chemical methods..."
Fast Moving Front, Jan. 2009

Remus Ilies

"The paper presents a study conducted using moderated meta-analysis that synthesizes the knowledge about leader-member..."
Fast Moving Fronts, November 2011



"The composition of our Sun is not only important for comparison to astronomical observations of other stars or for..."
Special Topic of Astrochemistry. May 2008



"The topic of bioenergy production has been a very hot topic lately. This paper provides useful information..."
New Hot Paper, Nov. 2008



"The paper describes both a number of seminal studies that made fMRI possible and the new physiological/MRI..."
Fast Moving Front, Nov. 2008


Ralph D. Lorenz

"Titan is an amazing place - unique in our solar system - in being an icy moon with a thick atmosphere and a hydrological cycle..."
Special Topic of Planetary Exploration, July 2011


Xiong Wen (David) Lou

"Compared to many other types of nanostructures, like nanoparticles, nanowires..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2010



"This paper describes a first proof-of-principle experiment ... intractable major depression..."
Emerging Research Front, Dec. 2008


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


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



"...discovered and started to characterize a previously unknown pathway for the generation of nitric oxide (NO) in mammals..."
New Hot Papers, May 2009


Jonathan Lunine

"My research interests center broadly on planetary origin and evolution, in our solar system and around other stars..."
Special Topic of Planetary Exploration, August 2011


Sonia Lupien

"...paper proposes the 'Life Cycle Model of Stress' which takes brain development into account in the effects of chronic stress..."
Fast Breaking Paper, October 2010


"People want to understand how metals are bound and tied up in sediments. Sulfide phases are particularly important..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Jul. 2009


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