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  1. High-throughput screening in multicellular spheroids for target discovery in the tumor microenvironment 

    Calpe, Blaise; Kovacs, Werner J. (2020)
    Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery
    Review Article
  2. Online Incremental Object-Based Mapping for Mobile Manipulation 

    Furrer, Fadri (2020)
    Robotic systems have shown impressive results at navigating in previously mapped areas, in particular in the domain of assisted (and autonomous) driving. As these systems do not perform physical interaction with the environment, the map representations are optimized for precise localization and not for rapidly changing scenes. Environment changes are only incorporated into these maps when observed repeatedly. On the other hand, when ...
    Doctoral Thesis
  3. Plastics recycling after the global pandemic: resurgence or regression? 

    Kahlert S.; Bening C.R. (2020)
    Resources, Conservation and Recycling
    Other Publication
  4. Math-Gender Stereotypes and Math Self-Concept – A Cross-Sectional Study 

    von Bergen, Alexander (2020)
    The math-gender stereotype affects girls at a surprisingly early age, lowering their interest and expectations both in math class as well as in math-intensive occupational areas. Thus, some girls disidentify with math independent of the presence of any actual gender differences in math achievement, leading them to develop a lower math self-concept (MSC; math = me) than boys. As MSC has been shown to contribute to increased achievement, ...
    Working Paper

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