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  1. Mechanical Properties Tailoring of 3D Printed Photoresponsive Nanocellulose Composites 

    Mueller, Luca A. E.; Zimmermann, Tanja; Nystroem, Gustav; et al. (2020)
    Advanced functional materials
    3D printing technologies allow control over the alignment of building blocks in synthetic materials, but compositional changes often require complex multimaterial printing steps. Here, 3D printable materials showing locally tunable mechanical properties are produced in a single printing step of Direct Ink Writing. These new inks consist of a polymer matrix bearing biocompatible photoreactive cinnamate derivatives and up to 30 wt% of ...
    Journal Article
  2. New design method for hollow section strength and buckling resistances - the generalised slenderness-based resistance method 

    Taras, Andreas; Toffolon, Andrea (2020)
    Stahlbau
    The desire for an increase of the use of high-strength, very slender and/or specially formed steel hollow sections has led to the need for a review and revision of common, traditional design rules for these types of members, among them the rules for the cross-sectional and buckling resistances. Due to the more frequent use of slender (classes 3 and 4) cross-sections, the excess conservatism known to exist for this range of sections currently ...
    Journal Article
  3. Glacier runoff variations since 1955 in the Maipo River basin, in the semiarid Andes of central Chile 

    Ayala, Alvaro; Farias-Barahona, David; Huss, Matthias; et al. (2020)
    The Cryosphere
    As glaciers adjust their size in response to climate variations, long-term changes in meltwater production can be expected, affecting the local availability of water resources. We investigate glacier runoff in the period 1955-2016 in the Maipo River basin (4843 km(2), 33.0-34.3 degrees S, 69.8-70.5 degrees W), in the semiarid Andes of Chile. The basin contains more than 800 glaciers, which cover 378 km(2) in total (inventoried in 2000). ...
    Journal Article
  4. Prostate carcinogenesis: inflammatory storms 

    de Bono, Johann S.; Guo, Christina; Gurel, Bora; et al. (2020)
    Nature Reviews Cancer
    This Review discusses intra-prostatic inflammatory processes and how they are induced and perpetuated, thereby driving prostate cancer development and progression. By discussing external inflammatory cues in connection to cancer cell-intrinsic factors in prostate tumorigenesis, the authors provide insight into potential preventative and therapeutic strategies. Prostate cancer is a major cause of cancer morbidity and mortality. Intra-prostatic ...
    Review Article
  5. Iceland is an episodic source of atmospheric ice-nucleating particles relevant for mixed-phase clouds 

    Sanchez-Marroquin, A.; Arnalds, O.; Baustian-Dorsi, K. J.; et al. (2020)
    Science Advances
    Ice-nucleating particles (INPs) have the potential to remove much of the liquid water in climatically important mid-to high-latitude shallow supercooled clouds, markedly reducing their albedo. The INP sources at these latitudes are very poorly defined, but it is known that there are substantial dust sources across the high latitudes, such as Iceland. Here, we show that Icelandic dust emissions are sporadically an important source of INPs ...
    Journal Article

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