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  1. Detailed balance in mixed quantum–classical mapping approaches 

    Amati, Graziano; Mannouch, Jonathan R.; Richardson, Jeremy O. (2023)
    The Journal of Chemical Physics
    Journal Article
  2. Recovery of Therapeutically Ablated Engineered Blood-Vessel Networks on a Plug-and-Play Platform 

    Krattiger, Lisa A.; Moser, Lukas O.; Odabasi, Rodi; et al. (2023)
    Advanced Healthcare Materials
    Limiting the availability of key angiogenesis-promoting factors is a successful strategy to ablate tumor-supplying blood vessels or to reduce excessive vasculature in diabetic retinopathy. However, the efficacy of such anti-angiogenic therapies (AATs) varies with tumor type, and regrowth of vessels is observed upon termination of treatment. The ability to understand and develop AATs remains limited by a lack of robust in vitro systems for ...
    Journal Article
  3. Similar temporal patterns in insect richness, abundance and biomass across major habitat types 

    Gebert, Friederike; Bollmann, Kurt; Schuwirth, Nele; et al. (2023)
    Insect Conservation and Diversity
    While many studies on insect diversity report declines, others show stable, fluctuating or increasing trends. For a thorough understanding of insect trends and their effects on ecosystem functioning, it is important to simultaneously assess insect richness, abundance and biomass, and to report trends for multiple taxa.We analysed insect richness, abundance and biomass data for all insects and for eight insect taxa (Buprestidae, Cerambycidae, ...
    Journal Article
  4. Small Cobalt Nanoparticles Favor Reverse Water-Gas Shift Reaction Over Methanation Under CO<sub>2</sub> Hydrogenation Conditions 

    Zhou, Xiaoyu; Price, Gregory A.; Sunley, Glenn J.; et al. (2023)
    Angewandte Chemie. International Edition
    Cobalt-based catalysts are well-known to convert syngas into a variety of Fischer-Tropsch (FTS) products depending on the various reaction parameters, in particular particle size. In contrast, the reactivity of these particles has been much less investigated in the context of CO2 hydrogenation. In that context, Surface organometallic chemistry (SOMC) was employed to synthesize highly dispersed cobalt nanoparticles (Co-NPs) with particle ...
    Journal Article
  5. Microfoundations of Problem Solving: Attentional Engagement Predicts Problem-Solving Strategies 

    Laureiro-Martinez, Daniella; Arrieta, Jose Pablo; Brusoni, Stefano (2023)
    Organization Science
    Organizations use a plethora of methods and tools to help their members solve problems effectively. Yet the specifics of how individuals solve problems remain largely unexplored. We propose and test a cognitive model of problem solving that integrates dual process theories into the attention-based view. The model suggests that diverse problem-solving strategies emerge in response to how individuals deliberate. Three studies provide ...
    Journal Article

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