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  1. Ethical requirements for responsible research with hacked data 

    Ienca, Marcello; Vayena, Effy (2021)
    Nature Machine Intelligence
    Hacked data—data obtained in an unauthorized manner through illicit access to a computer or computer network—are increasingly being used in scientific research. Examples include conflict modelling studies based on WikiLeaks datasets, and studies on sexual behaviour based on data leaked from Ashley Madison, a dating website hacked in 2015. Studies of this kind are prima facie lawful because the researchers who processed the data had no ...
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  2. Atmospheric characterization of terrestrial exoplanets in the mid-infrared: biosignatures, habitability, and diversity 

    Quanz, Sascha P.; Absil, Olivier; Benz, Willy; et al. (2021)
    Experimental Astronomy
    Exoplanet science is one of the most thriving fields of modern astrophysics. A major goal is the atmospheric characterization of dozens of small, terrestrial exoplanets in order to search for signatures in their atmospheres that indicate biological activity, assess their ability to provide conditions for life as we know it, and investigate their expected atmospheric diversity. None of the currently adopted projects or missions, from ground ...
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  3. The RNA-binding protein Musashi controls axon compartment-specific synaptic connectivity through ptp69D mRNA poly(A)-tailing 

    Landinez-Macias, Maria; Qi, Weihong; Bratus-Neuenschwander, Anna; et al. (2021)
    Cell Reports
    Synaptic targeting with subcellular specificity is essential for neural circuit assembly. Developing neurons use mechanisms to curb promiscuous synaptic connections and to direct synapse formation to defined subcellular compartments. How this selectivity is achieved molecularly remains enigmatic. Here, we discover a link between mRNA poly(A)-tailing and axon collateral branch-specific synaptic connectivity within the CNS. We reveal that ...
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  4. Evaluation of the Diametrical Core Deformation and Discing Analyses for In-Situ Stress Estimation and Application to the 4.9 km Deep Rock Core from the Basel Geothermal Borehole, Switzerland 

    Ziegler, Martin; Valley, Benoit (2021)
    Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering
    The in situ state of rock mass stresses is a key design parameter, e.g., for deep engineered geothermal systems. However, knowledge of the stress state at great depths is sparse mostly because of the lack of possible in situ tests in deep boreholes. Among different options, core-based in situ stress estimation may provide valuable stress information though core-based techniques have not yet become a standard. In this study we focus on the ...
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  5. Neural networks for on-the-fly single-shot state classification 

    Navarathna R.; Jones T.; Moghaddam T.; et al. (2021)
    Applied Physics Letters
    Neural networks have proven to be efficient for a number of practical applications ranging from image recognition to identifying phase transitions in quantum physics models. In this paper, we investigate the application of neural networks to state classification in a single-shot quantum measurement. We use dispersive readout of a superconducting transmon circuit to demonstrate an increase in assignment fidelity for both two and three state ...
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