AUTHOR COMMENTARIES - (T)

Alphabetical Listings for "T"

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ScienceWatch.com from Thomson Reuters takes you behind the scenes of highly cited research in these interviews, essays, and rankings featuring researchers in a variety of fields. Author commentaries come from all areas of ScienceWatch.com.

 

Muhamed-Kheir Taha

"Our ambition is to conduct fundamental works that have impact on clinical medicine and human health..."
Special Topic of Meningitis, Aug. 2010

 

N/A

"This paper describes how useful a simulated body fluid (SBF) is in predicting the..."
Emerging Research Front, Apr. 2010

 

Narumi Takahashi

"In this paper, we discussed how crusts grow and how continental materials are generated as a target of crustal structures..."
Emerging Research Front, Apr. 2010

 

N/A

"Our research describes and applies a novel multi-attribute decision-making method titled the COmplex PRoportional..."
New Hot Paper, Jan. 2009

 

Koichiro Tamura

"Koichiro Tamura is a Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Tokyo Metropolitan University and lead..."
Podcast Interview; Listen: MP3 ¦ WMA, December 2010

 

Isei Tanida

"This is my first paper regarding autophagy. Cooperating with Dr. Ohsumi's lab, I was searching in the dark for the Atg7 protein..."
Special Topic of Autophagy, Oct. 2009

 

N/A

"Our work describes a new methodology, named "regularized least squares classifier" (RLSC)..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2009

 

N/A

"Our article provides an overview of important personal and situational...."
Emerging Research Front, Dec. 2008

 

Taylor

"This survey paper provides a broad overview of medical robot systems used in surgery. As such, it provided..."
Fast Moving Front, Jan. 2009

Teece

... is Professor in the Haas School of Business at UC, Berkeley. Here he discusses his concept of “applied....
Aug. 2008, Listen: MP3| WMA

 

Ayalew Tefferi

"TET2 mutations are previously undescribed novel mutations whose clinical and pathogenetic relevance is actively..."
Fast Moving Front, Mar. 2010

 

Luciano Telesca

"L’Aquila earthquake (local magnitude 5.8) was a strong event occurred in central Italy on April 6, 2009..."
Special Topic of Earthquakes, Aug. 2010

 

N/A

"The paper synthesizes research on innovation from the perspective of marketing science..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2009

 

Tenover

"The bottom line is that everybody has a role in preventing the spread of this organism. This means washing your hands. It means..."
Special Topic of (MRSA), Apr. 2008

 

Terasaki

" "Mesoporous" means the material has pores 20 to 100 angstroms in diameter. These materials are crystals..."
Special Topic of Mesoporous Materials, Oct. 2008

 

Heidi Terrio

"This paper is a descriptive study on deployment-acquired traumatic brain injury (TBI). A TBI is most simply described as an injury..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2010
 (Commentary for Feb. 2010 late entry.)

 

Nir Tessler

"In our group we have been working on extending the functionality of polymer-based devices from the visible to the NIR...."
Featured Scientist Interview, Apr. 2009

 

N/A

"Salinity is a topic that attracts significant attention in plant science, as it is of both intellectual..."
New Hot Papers, Sep. 2009

 

Tayfun E. Tezduyar

"I think the paper is highly cited because arterial fluid-structure interaction (AFSI) modeling has been popular in recent years..."
New Hot Papers, November 2010

 

Jan Theeuwes

"This paper covers 20 years of research on attentional capture. Back in the early nineties (1991, 1992) I started working on this..."
New Hot Papers, November 2011

 

Thelander

"The paper demonstrates that vertical nanowires can be a promising alternative for future transistors. The transistor itself..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2009

 

Theoharides

"...discusses the mandatory role played by neurogenic inflammation in the development of a number of diseases.
Podcast, Nov. 2008. Listen: MP3| WMA..."

 

David J. Thompson

"The Large Area Telescope (LAT) on the Fermi Gamma-ray Space..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2010

 

"..one of the biggest challenges is the implementation of shared decision-making and decision support in routine practice..."
Fast Moving Fronts, May 2009

 

T. Thonhauser

"This paper is significant because it provides a theoretical method to describe weak van der Waals interactions in materials in a..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2011

 

Michael J. Thun

"Per-capita cigarette sales in the U.S. have decreased by almost two-thirds since the Surgeon General’s Report..."
Science Watch© Newsletter Interview, July 2010

 

Jun Tian

"Reversible data embedding is a difficult problem. It embeds (or hides) information into a digital content without..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Sep. 2009

 

"The human genome, as I've mentioned, has maybe 20,000 to 30,000 genes in it. You’re trying to study them..."
Science Watch® Newsletter Interview, Oct. 2008

 

"I always say that perhaps the correlated electron materials represent an important area of science we need to realize our dreams..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Apr. 2010

 

Tomblin

"Cochlear implantation in children is very controversial, particularly with respect to the views of members of the community who are deaf. Early..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Feb. 2008

 

Tong

"...we have seen many advances in the field of quantum information. Numerous implementations to build quantum phase..."
Fast Moving Front, Nov. 2008

 

María Martinón Torres

"We are currently working in a detailed and comprehensive study of the diseases suffered by our ancestors. Palaeopathological..."
Featured Scientist, December 2011

Trapp

"Our data is also of interest to the clinical MS researcher because it impacts design of future clinical trials. Transplantation of oligodendrocyte-producing..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Feb. 2008

 

Angelo Tremblay

"My first very significant move toward research was early in 1977, when I went to see Claude Bouchard ..."
Special Topic of Obesity, Aug. 2010

 

Rolf-Detlef Treede

"Within the field of pain research, neuropathic pain is one of the most active research..."
New Hot Papers, Nov. 2009

 

"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

 

"Our paper is in the fast growing field of compressed sensing which addresses the problem of recovering a compressible..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Aug. 2010

 

Troyanskaya

"My group’s research is in the area of computational functional genomics, specifically in developing novel computational methods..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Sep. 2008

 

Christopher J. Truffer

"...it provides a comprehensive set of projections of health expenditures in the US (and it represents the government's..."
New Hot Papers, July 2011

Tu

"The report is about failures in Pb-free solder joints used in electronic consumer products. Because there is a ban on using..."
Fast Moving Fronts, May 2008

 

Erick Turner

"Getting the FDA reviews on the newer drugs was relatively easy. But the challenge was for the older drugs, like Prozac, Zoloft, and Wellbutrin..."
Featured Paper Interview, and New Hot Papers, May 2009

 

N/A

"The paper represents a new methodology which synthesizes discoveries in other fields such..."
New Hot Paper, May 2010

 

N/A

"Our research describes and applies a novel multi-attribute decision-making method titled the COmplex PRoportional..."
New Hot Paper, Jan. 2009

 

"This paper describes and evaluates a daily inventory of the pollution emitted by extremely large fires that burned..."
New Hot Paper, Jul. 2008

 

Jason Tylianakis

"Global changes to the Earth's ecosystems are possibly the greatest combined challenge that humanity must face..."
New Hot Paper, Jan. 2009

 

Tymianski

"the first strong evidence that excitotoxicity, the process by which the excitatory neurotransmitter glutamate causes..."
Fast Moving Front, Mar. 2009

 

N/A

"The new VIKOR method for conflict resolution determines a compromise solution..."
Emerging Research Front, Apr. 2009

 

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