AUTHOR COMMENTARIES - (R)

Alphabetical Listings for "R"

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N/A

"The broad impact of the 2004 MISQ paper continues to..."
Emerging Research Front, Aug. 2008

 

Sonia Ramos

"Cancer is one of the most important causes of human deaths worldwide. Cancer is largely environmentally determined..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Oct. 2009

 

N/A

"There has been considerable excitement recently about..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2010

 

Sunil V. Rao

"...for the first time in patients with heart disease, blood transfusion may not be a benign treatment. Previously, blood transfusion..."
Fast Moving Front, Mar. 2010

 

Markus Rapp

"The paper reviews our current knowledge regarding polar mesosphere summer echoes whose understanding had..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Sep. 2009

 

Philip Raskin

"According to the Special Topics Research Front Map on Insulin Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes, the paper "Initiating insulin..."
Special Topic of Diabetes, Sep. 2009

 

Michael R. Raupach

"The paper received significant press comment because of the massive interest and policy significance of trends..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Feb. 2009

 

Mario Raviglione

"...we have better understanding of the disease epidemiology. The more we improve surveillance methods in countries..."
Special Topic of Tuberculosis, May 2009

 

N. Ravishankar

"Our paper addresses a very fundamental problem in nanostructure growth relating to the formation..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Aug. 2009

 

Vardit Ravitsky

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

N/A

"The broad impact of the 2004 MISQ paper continues to..."
Emerging Research Front, Aug. 2008

 

Sonia Ramos

"Cancer is one of the most important causes of human deaths worldwide. Cancer is largely environmentally determined..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Oct. 2009

 

N/A

"There has been considerable excitement recently about..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2010

 

Sunil V. Rao

"...for the first time in patients with heart disease, blood transfusion may not be a benign treatment. Previously, blood transfusion..."
Fast Moving Front, Mar. 2010

 

Markus Rapp

"The paper reviews our current knowledge regarding polar mesosphere summer echoes whose understanding had..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Sep. 2009

 

Philip Raskin

"According to the Special Topics Research Front Map on Insulin Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes, the paper "Initiating insulin..."
Special Topic of Diabetes, Sep. 2009

 

Michael R. Raupach

"The paper received significant press comment because of the massive interest and policy significance of trends..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Feb. 2009

 

Kasper Raus

"Our paper focuses on a topic of heated societal debate, namely the possibility of legalizing physician-assisted suicide. We do not..."
New Hot Papers, November 2011

 

Mario Raviglione

"...we have better understanding of the disease epidemiology. The more we improve surveillance methods in countries..."
Special Topic of Tuberculosis, May 2009

 

N. Ravishankar

"Our paper addresses a very fundamental problem in nanostructure growth relating to the formation..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Aug. 2009

 

Vardit Ravitsky

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

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"The paper describes an assessment of the accuracy and precision of a rather unique water vapor data..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Oct. 2008

 

Christopher M. Reddy

"When I graduated from college I actually got a job working for a local company that made chemical standards to calibrate..."
Special Topic of Oil Spills, November 2010

 

Janice M. Reichert

"The paper provides a unique overview of the clinical development of antibody treatments by the commercial sector over a..."
Emerging Research Front, December 2010

 

Reichstein

"One big unknown and "final frontier" is what is happening below ground, i.e., in the soil. Soil contains about..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Aug. 2008

 

Beth Reid

"The Sloan Digital Sky Survey was an enormously successful project that imaged a quarter of the sky and obtained..."
Fast Breaking Paper, April 2011

 

Mark J. Reid

"...new results of extremely accurate distance measurements to regions of star formation across the Milky Way ..."
New Hot Papers, September 2010

 

N/A

"The complex nature of current scientific goals, such as, e.g., the detection of a weak dark matter..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Oct. 2009

 

Reimer

A Current Classics scientist in Geo., Apr. 2008..."
Podcast, Apr. 2008. Listen to podcast: MP3 ¦ WMA

 

Carmen M. Reinhart

"The study provides a quantitative comparison of the performance of key economic indicators around 14 severe financial crises..."
Fast Moving Fronts, September 2010

 

Stanley D. Rice

"Two pods of killer whales were affected by the spill, loosing 40% of each population in the year following the spill. One pod..."
Special Topic of Oil Spills, September 2010

 

Jürgen Rehm

"Even though the majority of the world's adult population are abstainers, almost 50% of adults consume alcohol in any..."
Fast Moving Fronts, January 2011

 

N/A

"Our paper contributes to the study of certain systems, called 2- and 3-Calabi-Yau categories..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Aug. 2008

 

Professor of Endocrinology at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, discusses the uniqueness of the antioxidant melatonin.
Podcast, Jul. 2008. Listen to podcast: MP3| WMA

 

Reiter

"...in experimental animal models of diseases, including stroke, heart attack, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinsonism, and other degenerative..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Feb. 2008

 

David Relman

"I was finishing a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford with Stanley Falkow and my plan was to pursue a career in the research..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Sep. 2009

 

Ingrid Repins

"There is a currently a great deal of interest in thin-film photovoltaics. This interest has been generated by a number..."
New Hot Papers, Jul. 2009

 

Reznick

"This paper was a comparative study of aging in fish derived from natural populations that experience differences..."
Emerging Research Front, Oct. 2008

 

Rialp

"...we seek to elucidate not only the most relevant benefits and contributions..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Feb. 2008

 

Jörg Rieskamp

"The idea that people do not always solve a cognitive problem with the identical cognitive tools has been assumed..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Jul. 2009

 

Adam G. Reiss

"Prof. of Physics and Astronomy at the Johns Hopkins University and a Senior member of the Science Staff at the Space..."
Podcast, Nov. 2009

 

Justin B. Ries

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

J. Murray Roberts

"This was the first paper that tried to draw together biological and geological work on cold-water coral ecosystems..."
Fast Moving Fronts, September 2010

 

Robertson

"I have just had a paper accepted which indicates that Tourette Syndrome affects 1% of the population—Robertson MM "The Epidemiology..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Feb. 2008

 

 

"The paper includes significant updates in the theory of fractional differential equations. We hope that our work will contribute..."
Fast Breaking Paper, February 2011

 

Roediger

"The paper comes closest to describing a new "discovery." The reason for the quotes around discovery..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Feb. 2008

 

N/A

"This study comprehensively addresses the distribution of ADHD around the world, which is essential for estimating the burden..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Aug. 2008

 

Rolland

"Our focus has now also been expanded to understanding how plants deal with dark and stress conditions that compromise..."
New Hot Paper, Jan. 2008

 

Romatschke

"The value of the viscosity of hot nuclear matter has been widely discussed in the high energy physics community..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2009

 

Pamela Ronald

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

 

Rafael Rosell

"Lung cancer is the most frequent and lethal tumor in which preventative screening has not yet had a major impact..."
New Hot Papers, November 2010

 

Marc A. Rosen

"The paper describes how exergy methods, which are based on the second law of..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Oct. 2009

 

N/A

"There has been considerable excitement recently about..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2010

 

Rossouw

"The original paper has withstood the test of time, and indeed a parallel study in the UK (stopped within a few years of starting..."
Featured Paper Interview, Jun. 2008

 

Rostami-Hodjegan

"Predictive tools for behavior of drugs once in the human body exist. However, most of them try to link the..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Apr. 2008

 

N/A

"Our paper offers a solution to an important problem in statistics and data analysis..."
Fast Moving Front, Jan. 2009

 

Rousset

"it describes the successor of the software Genepop, already widely used in several branches of genetics. Part of Genepop's success..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2009

 

Rowland

"This paper first acknowledges and then discusses an underlying controversy that has been brewing for some time—even before..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2008

 

Julio Rozas

"...paper describes the version 5 of DnaSP. DnaSP software allows conducting many of the state-of-the-art analyses of DNA..."
Emerging Research Front, December 2011

Dustin R. Rubenstein

"The use of stable isotopes, or naturally occurring biogeochemical markers..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Sep. 2009

 

David Rubinsztein

"Many neurodegenerative diseases, including Huntington's disease, are caused by intraneuronal aggregate-prone..."
Special Topic of Autophagy, Jul. 2009

 

David Rubinsztein

"The aim of the paper was to review the current understanding of the importance of protein degradation..."
Emerging Research Front, Dec. 2008

 

N/A

"This paper is focused on the description of excited state properties, by further..."
Emerging Research Front, Oct. 2008

 

Christian C. Ruff

"In our study, we combined neuroimaging with a method to stimulate neurons in the human brain. This strategy enabled..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Nov. 2009

 

John Rundle

"I was doing classical geophysics until the mid-1980s when I became aware of this area called complexity and chaos..."
Special Topic of Earthquakes, December 2010

 

Rodney S. Ruoff & Sungjin Park

"Colloidal suspensions of graphene platelets and chemically modified graphene platelets are of..."
New Hot Paper, May 2010

 

N/A

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

 

C.T. Russell

"I received my B. Sc. in Physics and Math from Univ. of Toronto in 1964 and my Ph. D. in Planetary and Space Science in 1968..."
Special Topic of Planetary Exploration, June 2011

 

Richard Ryan

"We basically postulate that all human beings, regardless of culture and developmental level, have some basic..."
Featured Scientist, Aug. 2010

 

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