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Visual representation of both the sweep net catch and dip larval collection methods as performed by Braack and Cornel.

Katherine K. Brisco, Anthony J. Cornel, Yoosook Lee & Et Al
The SNC method can be seen in the first half of this video (0:04 - 1:20 minutes) while the Dip method can be seen in the second half (1:21 - 2:23 minutes).

ISEC 2016 - Estimating Seasonal Behavior States from Bio-Logging Sensor Data

Josh London, Devin Johnson, Brett McClintock, Paul Conn, Michael Cameron & Peter Boveng
The seasonal timing of key, annual life history events is an important component of many species' ecology. Seasonal periods important to marine mammals often do not align well with typical labels (i.e., spring, summer, winter, fall). The timing of key life history events is well documented only for species found in accessible rookeries or breeding areas. Our knowledge of seasonal timing for species widely dispersed in inaccessible or remote habitats is poor. Here, we employed...

Supplementary Material for: The “Hitch Stitch”: An Effective Method of Preventing Migration in High Tracheal Stenosis

R.M. Mehta, A. Singla, A. Shah & C. Loknath
Background: The incidence of caudal stent migration in high tracheal stenting is 13-21% and is common with silicone stents. This can lead to major problems, including emergency repeat procedures. Several antimigration methods are described, but have limitations in terms of their success rate, availability, cost or ease of the procedure. Objectives: We describe an innovative method of stent migration prevention using a simple percutaneous anchoring “hitch stitch”, validated in a large series. Methods: After tracheal...

PIDS-LOD_20161109_final.pptx

Cynthia Chandler
Slides presented by three of the authors, Chandler, Shepherd and Arko, during PIDapalooza covered work being done at several complementary marine research data repositories in the USA. Over the past few years, a variety of different Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) have been added to the metadata catalogs they support. Use of Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCiD) and Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) have shown great potential to disambiguate persons and research objects respectively. We have made...

Weighing the Kilo-authors: How Particle Physics is Affecting Evaluations [NWB'2016 presentation slides]

Eva Isaksson
Particle physics collaborations are a challenge to how we are doing bibliometrics calculations. The World University Rankings’ decision to exclude physics “kilo-author” collaborations with over 1,000 authors from the overall 2015-2016 university rankings reflects this situation (Ross, 2015). On a national or institutional level, these kilo-author contributions are usually treated as annoying anomalies. Yet it is fairly easy to quantify and visualize these publications.

In this contribution, the focus is in particle physics collaborations by University...

Towards governance of PID portability for research evaluation

Clifford Tatum
Increased adoption of PIDs in the academic enterprise coincides with increasing demand for Research Information (RI) related to research evaluation. Collection and analysis of RI often occurs at the level of institution (e.g. with the use of CRIS systems), where public information about research output is linked to private information related to financial and human resources. This creates an interoperability dilemma, whereby increased expectations for open science are in conflict with privacy, security, and commercial...

Movie showing the evolution of gas (coloured by temperature) associated with a galaxy in the EAGLE cosmological simulation

Robert Crain & James Geach
The evolution of gas density during the formation of a galaxy similar to the Milky Way. Luminosity corresponds to gas density, the colour encodes the temperature.
Volume rendered with Typhoon by Rob Crain and Jim Geach, from a cosmological hydrodynamical simulation by Rob Crain and the EAGLE simulation (astro.ljmu.ac.uk/~astrcrai/eagle) collaboration.

Medicamentos Biotecnológicos-Introducción-Aspectos Médicos, Inmunológicos y Bioquímicos-Nov2016

Irma Aguilar Delfín
Aspectos médicos, inmunológicos y bioquímicos de los medicamentos biotecnológicos e introducción a las pruebas de caracterización para probar biocomparabilidad, en el contexto de la industria farmacéutica mexicana.Énfasis en anticuerpos monoclonales terapéuticos.Presentada en el 3er Curso de Biotecnológicos de la Asociación Farmacéutica Mexicana www.afmac.org.mxToda la información incluída proviene de materiales públicos y/o artículos académicos consultables en PubMed.

Video 2; Footage of several trials in the experiment from the participant's point of view (.avi) from The confusion effect when attacking simulated three-dimensional starling flocks

Benedict G. Hogan, Hanno Hildenbrandt, Nicholas E. Scott-Samuel, Innes C. Cuthill & Charlotte K. Hemelrijk
The confusion effect describes the phenomenon of decreasing predator attack success with increasing prey group size. However, there is a paucity of research into the influence of this effect in coherent groups, such as flocks of European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Here, for the first time, we use a computer game style experiment to investigate the confusion effect in three dimensions. To date, computerized studies on the confusion effect have used two-dimensional simulations with simplistic prey...

M. genitalium Whole-cell Model :: Knowledge Base Code and Data

Jonathan Karr
Code for Karr JR, Sanghvi JC, Macklin DN, Gutschow MV, Jacobs JM, Bolival B, Assad-Garcia N, Glass JI & Covert MW. A Whole-Cell Computational Model Predicts Phenotype from Genotype. Cell 150, 389-401 (2012).

Chlorella Vulgaris Alleviates Lead-induced Testicular Toxicity Better than Zingiber Officinale: An Ultrastructural Study

Hesham N. Mustafa
Chlorella Vulgaris Alleviates Lead-induced Testicular Toxicity Better than Zingiber Officinale: An Ultrastructural Study XXIV International Symposium on Morphological Sciences, Prof. Dr. Cemil Bilsel Congress Hall, Faculty of Science, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey. Oral Presentation; 09/2015

Chlorella Vulgaris Alleviates Lead-induced Testicular Toxicity Better than Zingiber Officinale: An Ultrastructural Study

Hesham N. Mustafa
Natural products are studied to combat reproductive alterations of Lead. The current work aim to disclose the efficacy of Chlorella vulgaris and Zingiber officinale to alleviate lead acetate induced toxicity. Sixty adult male Wistar rats were distributed into four groups. Group 1 was considered control, group 2 received 200 mg/l PbAc water, group 3 received 50 mg/kg/rat of C. vulgaris extract and 200 mg/l PbAc water, and group 4 received 100 mg/kg/rat of Z. officinale...

Effect of Acrylamide on Stomach, Cerebellum and Testis of the Albino Rat (PPT) 3.12.2008

Hesham N. Mustafa, Kariman Mohammed El-Gohari, Hassan Mostafa Serry, Shahira Samir Zaki & Ezz El-Deen Helmy Helaeil
Acrylamide has several effects toxic and carcinogenic. The current project aimed at exploring the harmful effects of acrylamide on the structure of the stomach, cerebellum and testis in the albino rat, in an attempt to clarify its potential risk on the human health. The stomach, testis and cerebellum specimens were collected form fifty adult male albino rats. The animals were divided into two main groups. Group (I) was subdivided into 3 subgroups, control, Ia that...

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Martin Fenner & Tom Demeranville
Presentation given at the PIDapalooza conference Reykjavik 9 November 2016.

How to select a brand name for your research interest?

Nader Ale Ebrahim
Selecting a research “brand name” is one of the most important decisions that a researcher will need to make. The research brand name should appear in the title, abstract and keywords of the paper. The title is extremely important and must be chosen with great care, as it will be read by thousands, whereas few will read the entire paper. On the other hand, indexing and abstracting of the paper depends on the accuracy of...

How to select a brand name for your research interest?

Nader Ale Ebrahim
Selecting a research “brand name” is one of the most important decisions that a researcher will need to make. The research brand name should appear in the title, abstract and keywords of the paper. The title is extremely important and must be chosen with great care, as it will be read by thousands, whereas few will read the entire paper. On the other hand, indexing and abstracting of the paper depends on the accuracy of...

Proposal E-Learning VidyaNusa

Aila Gema Safitri
Proposal E-Learning VidyaNusa yang telah diajukan ke Rispro LPDP dan LPPM ITB.

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