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  1. Performance and Robustness of Physiological Controllers with Integrated Pressure Sensors on Inflow Cannula 

    Gwosch, Thomas; Magkoutas, Konstantinos; Schmid Daners, Marianne (2024)
    IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
    The control of left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) requires sensors and/or estimators to account for the physiological state of the patient and apply advanced controllers. Sensor characteristics are a challenge when using implantable pressure sensors because they influence the quality of physiological control and the robustness of the controlled system. The objective of this work is to investigate the performance and robustness of ...
    Journal Article
  2. Geometric deep learning-guided Suzuki reaction conditions assessment for applications in medicinal chemistry 

    Atz, Kenneth; Nippa, David F.; Müller, Alex T.; et al. (2024)
    RSC Medicinal Chemistry
    Suzuki cross-coupling reactions are considered a valuable tool for constructing carbon–carbon bonds in small molecule drug discovery. However, the synthesis of chemical matter often represents a time-consuming and labour-intensive bottleneck. We demonstrate how machine learning methods trained on high-throughput experimentation (HTE) data can be leveraged to enable fast reaction condition selection for novel coupling partners. We show ...
    Journal Article
  3. Minimal and hybrid hydrogenases are active from archaea 

    Greening, Chris; Cabotaje, Princess R.; Valentin Alvarado, Luis E.; et al. (2024)
    Cell
    Journal Article
  4. The role of omics in improving the orphan crop tef 

    Gonzales, Lorena Y. Ramírez; Cannarozzi, Gina; Jäggi, Lea; et al. (2024)
    Trends in Genetics
    Tef or teff [Eragrostis tef (Zucc.) Trotter] is a cereal crop indigenous to the Horn of Africa, where it is a staple food for a large population. The popularity of tef arises from its resilience to environmental stresses and its nutritional value. For many years, tef has been considered an orphan crop, but recent research initiatives from across the globe are helping to unravel its undisclosed potential. Advanced omics tools and techniques ...
    Review Article
  5. Rivers of Change. A Story of Eroding Villages 

    Freihardt, Jan (2024)
    Rivers of Change takes you on a captivating photographic journey, delving into one of the quintessential questions of the 21st century: How will human societies adapt to the rapidly accelerating climatic changes? This book, born out of an extensive research project, amplifies the voices of communities in Bangladesh living on the frontline of dramatic environmental changes. It not only showcases their vulnerability but also unveils their ...
    Monograph

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