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Caveolae Are Stress Sinks for Membranes

Caveolae Are Stress Sinks for Membranes - Latin for "little caves," caveolae are small folds in the plasma membrane associated with endocytosis. Now Christophe Lamaze and colleagues outline...

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Physics

Quantum-circuit design for efficient simulations of many-body quantum dynamics

Video abstract for the article 'Quantum-circuit design for efficient simulations of many-body quantum dynamics'...

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Biology

Meg Lowman: She's Hooked on Bugs | California Academy of Sciences

Meg Lowman: She's Hooked on Bugs | California Academy of Sciences - YouTube...

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Economics

LSE Research | Dr Julia Morley on how we measure success in the social sector

Julia Morley's research investigates the way we measure success in the social sector. Why has social impact become an increasingly prevalent measure of success? How can we be sure it is conceptually j...

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Medicine

A Cost-efficacy Decision Analysis of Prophylactic Clip Placement After Endoscopic...

A Cost-efficacy Decision Analysis of Prophylactic Clip Placement After Endoscopic... - YouTube...

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Biology

Isolated 8-Cell Stage Blastomeres Align the Mitotic Spindle to the Apico-Basal Axis

Isolated 8-Cell Stage Blastomeres Align the Mitotic Spindle to the Apico-Basal Axis ...

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Medicine

A new language for asthma control - video abstract [82633]

Video abstract of original research paper "Time for a new language for asthma control: results from REALISE Asia" published in the open access Journal of Asthma and Allergy by David Price, A...

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Computer Science

TU Wien Rendering #9 - Hard and Soft Shadows

TU Wien Rendering #9 - Hard and Soft Shadows ...

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Biology

Gendered Innovations in Science, Health, and Medicine

Gendered Innovations in Science, Health, and Medicine - Londa Schiebinger speaks about “Gendered Innovations in Science, Health, and Medicine” at the Cell Press/AWIS LabLinks meeting on The Gender of ...

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Medicine

Torsional phacoemulsification surgery - Video abstract: 35283

Video abstract of original research paper "Impact of intelligent phacoemulsification SOFTWARE on torsional phacoemulsification surgery"...

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Engineering

B&B: Modeling of the simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of natural polymers

Video Highlight from Yong Kuen Ho "Interlinked population balance and cybernetic models for the simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of natural polymers“. Read the paper on Wiley Online...

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Medicine

Evaluation of dacomitinib for metastatic NSCLC - Video abstract [ID 194231]

Video abstract of review paper “Clinical evaluation of dacomitinib for the treatment of metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC): current perspectives” published in the open access journal Drug D...

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Biology

Adult Astrocytes Contribute to the Synaptic Maturation of New Neurons in the Hippocampus

Adult Astrocytes Contribute to the Synaptic Maturation of New Neurons in the Hippocampus - YouTube...

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2016 Three Minute Thesis Finalist - Rachel Anderson

2016 Three Minute Thesis Finalist - Rachel Anderson: The effects of chronic corticosterone on the female rodent brain...

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Communications

Greece - Isidoros.mp4

Greece - Isidoros.mp4 - YouTube...

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Computer Science

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Separable Subsurface Scattering ...

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Biology

Vitamin D Lends a Hand to Chemo

Ronald Evans and colleagues show that activation of the vitamin D receptor sensitizes the stroma of pancreatic cancers to conventional chemotherapy, boosting its efficacy and survival rates....

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The Lost Treasure of King Cane...

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Medicine

Anti-TNF-α antibody and SAH -induced apoptosis- Video Abstract ID 154809

Video abstract of original research paper “Anti-TNF-alpha antibody attenuates subarachnoid hemorrhage-induced apoptosis in the hypothalamus by inhibiting the activation of Erk” published in the open a...

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Spatial Dynamics of Vernal Pool Amphibians...

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