Meta-lay theories of scientific potential drive women and minorities’ sense of belonging in science.Krishna Savani
The current research investigates people’s perceptions of others’ lay theories (or mindsets), an understudied construct that we call meta-lay theories. Six studies examine whether underrepresented students’ meta-lay theories influence their sense of belonging to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The studies tested whether underrepresented students who perceive their faculty as believing most students have high scientific aptitude (a universal metatheory) would report a stronger sense of belonging to STEM than those who think their...
Is education a fundamental right? People’s lay theories about intellectual potential drive their positions on education.Krishna Savani
Does every child have a fundamental right to receive a high-quality education? We propose that people’s beliefs about whether “nearly everyone” or “only some people” have high intellectual potential drive their positions on education. Three studies found that the more people believed that nearly everyone has high potential, the more they viewed education as a fundamental human right. Furthermore, people who viewed education as a fundamental right, in turn (a) were more likely to support...
This study is related to an earlier study in 2017 "Develop, design, recommend physical fitness tests and standards to assess airport emergency service (AES) officers' physical fitness level to perform their work in aircraft rescue fire-fighting (ARFF) effectively". Data for the study is classified as sensitive/confidential. Contact the author(s) if you wish to learn more about this dataset.
Replication Data for: Interfacial Mechanism for Efficient Resistive Switching in Ruddlesden-Popper Perovskites for Non-Volatile MemoriesSolanki Ankur, Antonio Guerrero, Zhang Qiannan, Juan Bisquert & Sum Tze Chien
Ion migration, one origin of current–voltage hysteresis, is the bane of halide perovskite optoelectronics. Herein, we leverage this unwelcome trait to unlock new opportunities for resistive switching using layered Ruddlesdsen–Popper perovskites (RPPs) and explicate the underlying mechanisms. The ON/OFF ratio of RPP-based devices is strongly dependent on the layers and peaks at n̅ = 5, demonstrating the highest ON/OFF ratio of ∼104 and minimal operation voltage in 1.0 mm2 devices. Long data retention even in...
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Raw data used in compilation of the estimating global mean sea-level rise and its uncertainties by 2100 and 2300 from expert assessment
Replication Data for: Resolving Spectral Mismatch Errors for Perovskite Solar Cells in Commercial Class AAA Solar SimulatorsSenyun Ye, Chen Bingbing, Cheng Yuanhang, Feng Minjun, Rao Haixia, Lam Yeng Ming & Sum Tze Chien
In this Viewpoint article, the spectral mismatch errors of three commercial Class AAA solar simulators used for typical perovskite solar cell (PSC) characterization are evaluated. Our findings indicate that the spectral mismatch of the specific solar simulators can result in measurement uncertainties over 10% for the PSCs [relative to the ideal air mass (AM) 1.5 global (G) condition], despite conforming to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards. To minimize the spectral mismatch errors, we propose...
Replication data for: Sub-annual fluorescence measurements of coral skeleton: relationship between skeletal luminescence and terrestrial humic-like substancesNikita Kaushal
A] Luminescence dataset: 1. Coral luminescence green-to-blue ratios B] Fluorescence datasets: 1. Raw datafiles from Horiba Scientific 2. FluoroMax-4 spectrofluorometer Sample weights C] MATLAB code: 1. EEM's 2. Fluorescence-luminescence correlation analysis
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Plasmonic nose: integrating the MOF-enabled molecular preconcentration effect with a plas monic array for recognition of molecular-level volatile organic compoundsXing-Yi Ling
Plasmonic nose: integrating the MOF-enabled molecular preconcentration effect with a plas monic array for recognition of molecular-level volatile organic compounds
Three-Dimensional Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Platforms: Large-Scale Plasmonic Hotspots for New Applications in Sensing, Microreaction, and Data StorageXing-Yi Ling
Three-Dimensional Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Platforms: Large-Scale Plasmonic Hotspots for New Applications in Sensing, Microreaction, and Data Storage
Replication Data for: Stress sensor Ire1 deploys a divergent transcriptional program in response to lipid bilayer stressNurulain Ho, Wei Sheng Yap, Jiaming Xu, Haoxi Wu, Jhee Hong Koh, Bhawana George, Shu Chen Chong, Stefan Taubert & Guillaume Thibault
Membrane integrity at the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is tightly regulated, and its disturbance is implicated in metabolic diseases. Using an engineered sensor that activates the unfolded protein response (UPR) exclusively when normal ER membrane lipid composition is compromised, we identified pathways beyond lipid metabolism that are necessary to maintain ER integrity in yeast and in C. elegans. To systematically validate yeast mutants that disrupt ER membrane homeostasis, we identified a lipid bilayer stress (LBS) sensor...
Favoring the Unfavored: Selective Electrochemical Nitrogen-to-ammonia Transformation at Ambient Conditions using a Reticular Chemistry ApproachXing-Yi Ling
Favoring the Unfavored: Selective Electrochemical Nitrogen-to-ammonia Transformation at Ambient Conditions using a Reticular Chemistry Approach
Designing Surface-enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Platforms Beyond Hotspot Engineering: Emerging Opportunities in Analyte Manipulations and Hybrid MaterialsXing-Yi Ling
Designing Surface-enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Platforms Beyond Hotspot Engineering: Emerging Opportunities in Analyte Manipulations and Hybrid Materials
Multiplex Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Identification and Quantification of Urine Metabolites in Patient Samples within 30 minXing-Yi Ling
Multiplex Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Identification and Quantification of Urine Metabolites in Patient Samples within 30 min
Related Data for: Validity of a FBG-based smart sock system for measuring toe grip function in human footYixuan Leow, Li-Wen Marabelle Heng, Yimin Liu, Tik-Pui Daniel Fong, Chi Chiu Chan & Pui Wah Kong
This study developed a smart sock system using optical fiber technology to measure the toe grip function of individual toes. The system comprised Fiber Bragg grating (FBG) sensors incorporated into a sock garment for measuring maximum toe flexion displacements. Calibration equation of each FBG sensor was determined from 3D motion capture system on 10 female subjects. The validity of the smart sock system was checked by comparing maximum toe flexion displacement against the gold standard...
Sensing technologies based on terahertz waves have immense potential due to their non-destructive, transparent, and fingerprint spectral response of several materials that are opaque to other parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. Terahertz metasensors reported so far merely exploit the fringing electric field on the top of the subwavelength resonators. Here, we experimentally demonstrate an ultrathin flexible terahertz metamaterial sensor on a low refractive index substrate which enables sensing of analytes from the top and bottom...