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Pre-announcement: open science call by the ETH domain

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  1. Long lived transients in gene regulation 

    Petrov T.; Igler C.; Sezgin A.; et al. (2021)
    Theoretical Computer Science
    Gene expression is regulated by the set of transcription factors (TFs) that bind to the promoter. The ensuing regulating function is often represented as a combinational logic circuit, where output (gene expression) is determined by current input values (promoter bound TFs) only. However, the simultaneous arrival of TFs is a strong assumption, since transcription and translation of genes introduce intrinsic time delays and there is no ...
    Journal Article
  2. Majority rule cellular automata 

    Gärtner B.; Zehmakan A.N. (2021)
    Theoretical Computer Science
    Consider a graph G=(V,E) and a random initial coloring where each vertex is black independently with probability pb, and white with probability pw=1−pb. In each step, all vertices change their current color synchronously to the most frequent color in their neighborhood and in case of a tie, a vertex keeps its current color. This model is called the majority model. If in case of a tie a vertex always selects black color, it is called the ...
    Journal Article
  3. Editorial: Flower Metabolism and Pollinators 

    Borghi M.; Junker R.R.; Lucas-Barbosa D.; et al. (2021)
    Frontiers in Plant Science
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  4. Controlling molecular aggregation-induced emission by controlled polymerization 

    Bao Y. (2021)
    In last twenty years, the significant development of AIE materials has been witnessed. A number of small molecules, polymers and composites with AIE activity have been synthesized, with some of these exhibiting great potential in optoelectronics and biomedical applications. Compared to AIE small molecules, macromolecular systems—especially well-defined AIE polymers—have been studied relatively less. Controlled polymerization methods provide ...
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  5. Bending failure analysis and modeling of thin fiber reinforced shells 

    Pappas G.A.; Schlothauer A.; Ermanni P. (2021)
    Composites Science and Technology
    In this work, the impact of high stress gradients, found in bending of thin unidirectional fiber reinforced shells (~0.1 to 1 mm), on compressive micro-buckling failure, was analyzed. Such thin shells show increased resistance to compressive failure under high curvatures, which may even allow tensile fiber damage to drive ultimate failure for very low thickness (e.g. <0.5 mm). The main scope of this work is to analyze this increased ...
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