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  1. Constraining the reflective properties of WASP-178 b using CHEOPS photometry 

    Pagano I.; Scandariato G.; Singh V.; et al. (2024)
    Astronomy & Astrophysics
    Context. Multiwavelength photometry of the secondary eclipses of extrasolar planets is able to disentangle the reflected and thermally emitted light radiated from the planetary dayside. Based on this, we can measure the planetary geometric albedo Ag, which is an indicator of the presence of clouds in the atmosphere, and the recirculation efficiency ϵ, which quantifies the energy transport within the atmosphere. Aims. We measure Ag and ϵ ...
    Journal Article
  2. TIME-seq reduces time and cost of DNA methylation measurement for epigenetic clock construction 

    Griffin P.T.; Kane A.E.; Trapp A.; et al. (2024)
    Nature Aging
    Epigenetic ‘clocks’ based on DNA methylation have emerged as the most robust and widely used aging biomarkers, but conventional methods for applying them are expensive and laborious. Here we develop tagmentation-based indexing for methylation sequencing (TIME-seq), a highly multiplexed and scalable method for low-cost epigenetic clocks. Using TIME-seq, we applied multi-tissue and tissue-specific epigenetic clocks in over 1,800 mouse DNA ...
    Journal Article
  3. Measurements of azimuthal anisotropy of nonprompt D<sup>0</sup> mesons in PbPb collisions at s<inf>NN</inf>=5.02TeV 

    Tumasyan A.; Adam W.; Andrejkovic J.W.; et al. (2024)
    Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics
    Measurements of the elliptic (v2) and triangular (v3) azimuthal anisotropy coefficients are presented for [Formula presented] mesons produced in [Formula presented] hadron decays (nonprompt [Formula presented] mesons) in lead-lead collisions at sNN=5.02TeV. The results are compared with previously published charm meson anisotropies measured using prompt [Formula presented] mesons. The data were collected with the CMS detector in 2018 with ...
    Journal Article
  4. High levels of air pollution reduce team performance 

    Lohmann P.M.; Probst B.; Gsottbauer E.; et al. (2024)
    Journal of Economic Psychology
    Teams play a key role in tackling complex societal challenges, such as developing vaccines or novel clean energy technologies. Yet, the effect of air pollution on team performance in non-routine problem-solving tasks is not well explored. Here, we document a sizable adverse effect of air pollution on team performance using data from 15,000 live escape games in London, United Kingdom. On high-pollution days, teams take on average 5% more ...
    Journal Article

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