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DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) Sep 18
PLEASE RT is looking for to take part in an online exercise which will help us improve . We will need 20 minutes of your time. You do not need to be a regular visitor to the site. E-mail sophy@doaj.org if you are interested.
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Cambridge University Press - Academic Sep 18
NEW: Launching today, Experimental Results is our new journal, providing researchers with a venue to publish their valid, standalone experimental results Find out more...
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The Lancet Psychiatry Sep 19
New & . The clinical effectiveness of sertraline in primary care and the role of severity and duration (PANDA): a pragmatic, double-blind, placebo-controlled randomised trial.
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Newberry Library Sep 16
= we want you to use digital images from our collection and not pay us for it. (Though we'll gladly accept $ gifts in support of our mission.) [Map of Tenochtitlan, Hernán Cortés, 1524]
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Polychaeta Species Sep 18
The new Hyalopale with the best name and best looks was H. sapphiriglancyorum. And just look at those coelomic eggs! Absolute whoppers. It's from near West Papua, Indonesia. Paper by Watson et al is
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SPARC Europe Sep 19
New head of Plan S, Johan Rooryck, says the ground is starting to shift on .
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The ICR Sep 17
Replying to @TheLancetOncol
The research was published, , in : Intensity Modulated Fractionated Radiotherapy vs Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer (PACE-B): Acute Toxicity Results From a Randomised Open-label Phase III Non-inferiority Trial
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Elena Mondino Sep 17
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Dr Caro Rowland Sep 18
It's out. The first even Language 0-5 Project paper. for all time (or at least until the apocalypse).
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Eric Topol Sep 18
A issue dedicated to Yes, It's Time to Act. Great cover by By the numbers: by
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Paola Masuzzo 🦝 Sep 18
As long as we talk about money and the big money players, we are not prioritising equity and inclusiveness. This is not open science, not to me, not to a lot of communities. We need to shift the conversation. Now. on and .
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Joseph P. Walsh Sep 14
Pleased to announce that my latest peer-reviewed article, "Caregiving and the Abuse of Power," has just been published in Feminist Philosophy Quarterly. And it's too, so why not check it out?
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Liz AD Campbell Sep 18
Canids are incredibly diverse, yet a mated pair is the core of society. Our new paper reviews monogamy in Canidae: social & genetic mating systems, their strange reproductive physiology & how monogamy may relate to canids’ success. :
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Hilary Causer Sep 12
The first study from my PhD is now published. A qualitative research synthesis exploring the experiences of health, social care and education practitioners following a client death by suicide. Available 1/
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Gaby Hofer Sep 17
Jaap Denissen has just introduced us to the new fully free Personality Science by at . John Rauthmann (1st editor) now giving as details. This is super exciting.
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Rak Kim Sep 19
Have you ever wondered whether is , , or ? Here is my take from a perspective. at
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Christoph Burch 1h
The effects of plant-based diets on the body and the brain: a systematic review Medawar E, et al. Transl Psychiatry. 2019
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JACC Journals Sep 16
What is the mechanism of myopathy and its interaction with exercise?
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Open Research Leeds Sep 20
Replying to @IonChannelLeeds
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Liz Hansen MD/PhD Sep 19
Replying to @davidhogg111
If you email the first or last author of the article, they will often send you a pdf of the paper for free.
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