422 Works

Departures: The Work of Tawada Yōko

Paul McQuade

Seismology Near and Far: Local Earthquake Monitoring and Teleseismic Reflection Imaging

Lauren McLeod

Information Ownership, Valuation, and Exploitation in Digital Markets

Joy Wu

Machine Reading Comprehension: Challenges and Approaches

Kai Sun

EFFECTS OF SELF-WEIGHING ON WEIGHT CONTROL AND FOOD PURCHASING BEHAVIOR

Yingyi Zhong

BEYOND-GR WAVEFORM MODELS AND NUMERICAL RELATIVITY

Gabriel Bonilla

WALLSTREETBETS AND THE MADNESS OF CROWDS

Guanghan Xie

BETA-GALLIUM OXIDE LATERAL FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS: FABRICATION AND PERFORMANCE

Yaoyao Emma Long

THE STIMULATING EFFECTS OF SLOW BREATHING ON PATTERN SEPARATION

Pardis Rostami

DEVELOPMENT OF MULTISCALE HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURES FROM NANOCLUSTER MESOPHASES

Shantanu Kallakuri

Fast Radio Burst Community Newsletter - Volume 2, Issue 11

Emily Petroff & Shami Chatterjee

A high-throughput skim-sequencing approach for genotyping, dosage estimation and identifying translocations

Laxman Adhikari, Jesse Poland, Sandesh Shrestha, Shuanyge Wu, Jared Crain, Lianglian Gao, Byron Evers, Duane Wilson, Yoonha Ju, Dal-Hoe Koo, Pierre Hulc, Curtis Pozniak, Sean Walkowiak, Xiaoyun Wang, Jing Wu, Jeffrey Glaubitz, Lee DeHaan & Bernd Friebe
An optimized, high-throughput and cost-effective genotyping method applicable to various crop breeding populations is very important in this genomic era. We have developed an optimized Nextera skim-sequencing (skim-seq) approach to genotype different populations that can be used for genetics studies and genomics-assisted breeding. We performed skim-seq on a variety of populations developed through doubled haploid (DH) technology, inter-specific recombinants developed through introgression, amphidiploid developed through wide crosses, and on known monosomic samples. 1. A doubled...

Value of Curation Survey, January 2021

Lisa R Johnston, Renata Gonçalves Curty, Sophia Lafferty-Hess, Hannah Hadley, Jonathan Petters, Hoa Luong, Susan Braxton, Jake Carlson & Wendy A Kozlowski
This dataset includes the raw and augmented survey results from the January 2021 Value of Curation survey run by the Data Curation Network. Distributed to US data repository staff and directors via email listservs the survey received a total of 120 responses. 22 responses were for non-US repositories and three did not provide a repository of reference. A majority of the participants self-identified as staff members with 52 staff and 34 repository directors. The remaining...

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