AUTHOR COMMENTARIES - (W)

Alphabetical Listings for "W"

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ScienceWatch.com from Clarivate Analytics 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.

 

Wolf

"The discovery reported in the paper provides a synthesis of two branches of optics, known as the theory of coherence..."
Emerging Research Front, Apr. 2009

 

N/A

"...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

 

Kin-Lu Wong

"I received my B.S. degree in electrical engineering from National Taiwan University, Taiwan, and my M.S. and Ph.D. degrees..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Dec. 2009

 

Stanislaus S. Wong

"...there was a strong desire to understand chemical reactivity involving carbon nanotubes from both a structural..."
Emerging Research Front, October 2010

 

Wood

"...is a review paper and gives an overview of published work on fatty acid composition. The fatty acid composition of meat..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2009

 

W. Michael Wood-Vasey

"Our paper presents the latest observational results on the nature of dark energy and concludes...."
Fast Breaking Paper, Aug. 2008

 

Woodgett

"...I cloned the GSK-3 genes in 1990 and within two weeks of that publication two other papers appeared..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Oct. 2008

 

Peter J. Woolf

"...Bayesian networks can be used to visualize and interpret complicated cellular processes across length scales. Most uses of Bayesian networks in bioinformatics have..."
Emerging Research Front, Aug. 2010

 

Wright

"The paper is a review that attempts to synthesize the impact of a wide range of anthropogenic drivers on tropical..."
Fast Moving Front, Sep. 2008

 

Wrolstad

"This paper reports the anthocyanin pigment content, total phenolics, and antioxidant properties for a large sampling..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Apr. 2008

 

Wu

"Breast cancer incidence rates in Asia are historically one-sixth of the rates in US whites..."
New Hot Paper, Jul. 2008

 

Jian Wu

"The paper is highly cited because it establishes, for the first time, a finite-deformation continuum shell theory for..."
New Hot Papers, May 2009

 

Maw-Kuen Wu

"This paper describes the discovery of a new Fe-based superconductor which has the simplest structure..."
New Hot Paper, Jan. 2009

 

Volker Wulfmeyer

"The paper contains results of one of the largest field campaigns on quantitative precipitation forecasting (QPF) that has been..."
New Hot Papers, September 2011

 

Wuttig

"This research could help pave the way for a new generation of storage devices ..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Oct. 2008

Wechsler

"Heavy alcohol use has been present at colleges since Colonial days. It remains so. During the period of the College Alcohol Study..."
Special Topic of Underage/College Drinking, Nov. 2008

 

N/A

"Douglas Hanahan, Professor of Biochemistry at the University of California...
Podcast, Jul. 2009.. Listen: MP3 ¦ WMA

 

N/A

"Currently, a number of groups are investigating the biology of tumor initiation, invasion..."
New Hot Papers, Sep. 2009

 

Michael Weller

"We described the molecular profile of patients deriving most of the benefits, and that’s the story of the MGMT enzyme, the protein..."
Special Topic of Glioblastoma, MANGOS 2011

 

Jack Werren

"Parasitic wasps are important insects that are used in biological control of pests and that are emerging as genetic models..."
New Hot Papers, September 2010
(Commentary for July 2010, [late entry])

 

Tristram O. West

"The paper quantitatively estimates soil carbon sequestration rates following changes in cropland management..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Aug. 2009

 

Westerling

"Contrary to the conventional wisdom at that time, this paper showed that most of the increase in wildfire..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Feb. 2008.
Podcast, Jul. 2008. Listen: MP3| WMA

 

Wheeler

"Because human papillomaviruses, to our knowledge, are not changing rapidly and thus are apparently..."
Special Topic of Human Papillomavirus, Sep. 2008

 

David Whetten

"Within the field of organizational and managerial studies, cross-cultural research is coming of age. More..."
New Hot Papers, Sep. 2009

 

Mark J. Whittingham, Philip A. Stephens, Richard B. Bradbury, & Robert P. Freckleton

"Stepwise modelling is an objective approach to determining the most robust and supportable set of causal variables to explain..."
Fast Moving Fronts, January 2012

 

Richard K. Wilson

"A pufferfish and a platypus. Diatoms. Bacteria that cause tuberculosis, cholera, typhus, the flu, anthrax, and ulcers..."
Featured Scientist, July 2011

 

Michael R.H. White

"The paper has recently led on to a further paper in Science where we have provided direct experimental evidence..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Dec. 2009

 

White

"I am interested in revealing as much as possible about the patterns and processes of human evolution. I went to high school in..."
Featured Scientist, Mar. 2008

 

Judith Whitworth

"High blood pressure is one of the world’s biggest killers, not just in high-income countries, but also in low- and..."
Emerging Research Front, Apr. 2010

 

Julie Williams

"We discovered two novel susceptibility genes for Alzheimer's disease; CLU and PICALM, which are now implicating new..."
New Hot Papers, January 2011

 

Paul Williams

"This paper focuses on a "hot topic" in microbiology, namely 'quorum sensing,' i.e., the extraordinary capacity..."
Fast Moving Front, Mar. 2010

 

"My education was initially in medicine. At Rutgers University I switched from Human Physiology to Comparative..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Aug. 2009

 

"This paper provides a reference genome sequence for the grapevine. It gives direct access to the genes of this..."
New Hot Paper, Nov. 2008

 

Frank Windmeijer

"The estimation method for which my standard error correction works particularly well is very popular..."
Emerging Research Front, Apr. 2010
(Commentary for Feb. 2010 late entry.)

 

Photo credit: Rocky Salskov/2009

"The topic of new media in marketing is very hot with the expansion of ways that customers are communicating..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Feb. 2010

Wolf

"The discovery reported in the paper provides a synthesis of two branches of optics, known as the theory of coherence..."
Emerging Research Front, Apr. 2009

 

N/A

"...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

 

Kin-Lu Wong

"I received my B.S. degree in electrical engineering from National Taiwan University, Taiwan, and my M.S. and Ph.D. degrees..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Dec. 2009

 

Stanislaus S. Wong

"...there was a strong desire to understand chemical reactivity involving carbon nanotubes from both a structural..."
Emerging Research Front, October 2010

 

Wood

"...is a review paper and gives an overview of published work on fatty acid composition. The fatty acid composition of meat..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2009

 

W. Michael Wood-Vasey

"Our paper presents the latest observational results on the nature of dark energy and concludes...."
Fast Breaking Paper, Aug. 2008

 

Woodgett

"...I cloned the GSK-3 genes in 1990 and within two weeks of that publication two other papers appeared..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Oct. 2008

 

Peter J. Woolf

"...Bayesian networks can be used to visualize and interpret complicated cellular processes across length scales. Most uses of Bayesian networks in bioinformatics have..."
Emerging Research Front, Aug. 2010

 

Wright

"The paper is a review that attempts to synthesize the impact of a wide range of anthropogenic drivers on tropical..."
Fast Moving Front, Sep. 2008

 

Wrolstad

"This paper reports the anthocyanin pigment content, total phenolics, and antioxidant properties for a large sampling..."
Emerging Research Fronts, Apr. 2008

 

Wu

"Breast cancer incidence rates in Asia are historically one-sixth of the rates in US whites..."
New Hot Paper, Jul. 2008

 

Jian Wu

"The paper is highly cited because it establishes, for the first time, a finite-deformation continuum shell theory for..."
New Hot Papers, May 2009

 

Maw-Kuen Wu

"This paper describes the discovery of a new Fe-based superconductor which has the simplest structure..."
New Hot Paper, Jan. 2009

 

Wuttig

"This research could help pave the way for a new generation of storage devices ..."
Fast Breaking Paper, Oct. 2008

 

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