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The really hard part of reducing greenhouse gas emissions could be even more difficult than we thought.
Health and Survival of Moon Jellies (Aurelia Aurita) in Hand-Built Pseudo-Kreisel Aquaria By Kathryn Schweizer, Christine Geiger, Adam Pillot, Melissa MeadowsJellies are typically considered difficult organisms to raise in the lab by many scientists. This is due to their requirements for constant water current and the absence of [...]
Roboticists are envisioning a future in which soft, animal-inspired robots could be safely deployed in difficult-to-access environments...
Quick and inexpensive DNA sampling of a river, stream, or lake can now divulge what fish or other animals live there.
Big Data: Concept, Potentialities and Vulnerabilities The evolution of information systems and the growth in the use of the Internet and social networks has caused an explosion in the amount of available data relevant to the activities of the companies. Therefore, the treatment of these available [...]
Anti-Angiogenesis Therapy of Cancer Cells using 153Sm-Bevasesomab By Kamal Yavari Purpose: Angiogenesis is essential for tumor growth or metastasis. Avastin is a monoclonal antibody that is used in treating angiogenesis. We labelled this monoclonal antibody with samarium153 and performed in vitro quality control tests as a [...]
Exploring Existence of Host-Guest Inclusion Complex of β-Cyclodextrin of a Biologically Active Compound with the Manifestation of Diverse Interactions By Habibur Rahaman, Niloy Roy, Aditi Roy, Samapika Ray, Mahendra Nath Roy The host–guest interaction of p-nitro benzaldehyde as guest β-Cyclodextrins have been investigated which have [...]
Monitoring Long-term Mangrove Shoreline Changes along the Northern Coasts of the Persian Gulf and the Oman Sea By Davood Mafi Gholami, Masoomeh Baharlouii Generally, investigating changes in mangrove shorelines is an important step to evaluate whether mangrove ecosystems are expanding or contracting. In this study, the [...]
Non-invasive Monitoring of Brain Temperature during Rapid Selective Brain Cooling by Zero-Heat-Flux Thermometry By Mohammad Fazel Bakhsheshi, Marjorie Ho, Lynn Keenliside, Ting-Yim Lee Introduction: Selective brain cooling can minimize systemic complications associated with whole body cooling but maximize neuroprotection. Recently, we developed a non-invasive, portable and [...]