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Pamela Snow Aug 4
The Science of Language and Reading (SOLAR). New paper in , featuring the
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Helsinki University Press 1m
Chapter 7: 'Platform Discontent against the University' by Richard Hall addresses if and how platform discontent can generate alternative usage of new technologies.
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Insects as Food&Feed Aug 11
Journal of Insects as Food and Feed, Volume 6, Issue 4, is now available online, with 4 articles
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Laurent ARNAUD Aug 11
🚨 Failure of : rituximab (+CYC) followed by did not improve complete or partial renal response at W48 in with (52% vs 41%, p=0.45) at:
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Journal of Physiotherapy Aug 6
👉Comprehensive summary of evidence about management of female urinary incontinence, condensed into one paper?📑 📌That would be worth reading! Free full paper here:
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Shreya P. Trivedi MD Aug 7
Wow wow wow, why does it cost $4,000 to have your article be ?! 😭😭 ... now every time i see an open-access paper, im going to ask how they got this kind of money 💸💰
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SpinalCord Aug 8
paper: Do repetitious voluntary contractions improve the strength of very weak muscles in ? Read the answer ➡️
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Rethinking Marxism Aug 7
A Rethinking Marxism Dossier: Pandemic and the Crisis of Capitalism (ReMarx Books, 2020) is now out!
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James Bradley Aug 6
Excited to share our new study out in ! We modelled Earth’s global subseafloor C cycle, and found that microbes survive on less energy than has previously been shown to support life. A breakdown provided in the 🧵 below paper:
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Roberto Sáez Aug 11
The first evidence for Late Pleistocene dogs in Italy "these animals were an important common adjunct during the Late Glacial, when strong cultural diversification occurred between the Mediterranean world and European areas north of the Alps".
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Radiant Earth Foundation Aug 7
LandCoverNet is “a benchmark , which is necessary for developing & validating accurate & scalable classification models across diverse geographies,” says 🔗 Learn more:
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Samuele Cortese 20h
There is an increasing interest for in ...what about in older adults? Read our recent and published in Neuroscience & Biobehavioral reviews
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Sara Polak Aug 11
It's been just under a million years in the making, but now really very nearly done. Soon available in 🥳
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Agatha Czekajlo Aug 10
FIRST first-author paper, "The urban greenness score: A satellite-based metric for multi-decadal characterization of urban land dynamics," is published ! Analysis done across 18 major Canadian cities from 1984-2016! 📖
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Mihaela Iordanova Aug 7
Very excited to share our first paper that directly compares males and females in learning to reduce reward expectations From submission to revision to acceptance in under 6 weeks. Boom!
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JTH 16h
New review: et al discuss how is inked with complement system.
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MJA 24m
Sexual misconduct by health professionals in Australia, 2011–2016: a retrospective analysis of notifications to health regulators … … "including 208 practitioners (18%) who were the subjects of more than one report" …
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Matthew Silk 19h
New paper in with and - Perils and pitfalls of mixed-effects regression models in biology
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Hannah Long 🌍 Aug 11
It's out! Delighted to share our paper on optimising the Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP) checklist tool for sys revs of qual research. We discuss tool modifications, how to organise a synthesis based on quality & more!
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Kimmo Tuominen 21h
Saarti & Tuominen: Openness, resource sharing and digitalization: an examination of the current trends in Finland
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