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  1. Sensitivity of future liquid argon dark matter search experiments to core-collapse supernova neutrinos 

    Agnes P.; Albergo S.; Albuquerque I.F.M.; et al. (2021)
    Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics
    Future liquid-argon DarkSide-20k and Argo detectors, designed for direct dark matter search, will be sensitive also to core-collapse supernova neutrinos, via coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering. This interaction channel is flavor-insensitive with a high-cross section, enabling for a high-statistics neutrino detection with target masses of ∼50 t and ∼360 t for DarkSide-20k and Argo respectively. Thanks to the low-energy threshold ...
    Journal Article
  2. The glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP) regulates body weight and food intake via CNS-GIPR signaling 

    Zhang Q.; Delessa C.T.; Augustin R.; et al. (2021)
    Cell Metabolism
    Uncertainty exists as to whether the glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide receptor (GIPR) should be activated or inhibited for the treatment of obesity. Gipr was recently demonstrated in hypothalamic feeding centers, but the physiological relevance of CNS Gipr remains unknown. Here we show that HFD-fed CNS-Gipr KO mice and humanized (h)GIPR knockin mice with CNS-hGIPR deletion show decreased body weight and improved glucose ...
    Journal Article
  3. Methods of yield stability analysis in long-term field experiments. A review 

    Reckling M.; Ahrends H.; Chen T.W.; et al. (2021)
    Agronomy for Sustainable Development
    In the face of a changing climate, yield stability is becoming increasingly important for farmers and breeders. Long-term field experiments (LTEs) generate data sets that allow the quantification of stability for different agronomic treatments. However, there are no commonly accepted guidelines for assessing yield stability in LTEs. The large diversity of options impedes comparability of results and reduces confidence in conclusions. Here, ...
    Review Article
  4. Obsidian pyroclasts in the Yellowstone-Snake River Plain ignimbrites are dominantly juvenile in origin 

    Monnereau L.R.; Ellis B.S.; Szymanowski D.; et al. (2021)
    Bulletin of Volcanology
    Dense, glassy pyroclasts found in products of explosive eruptions are commonly employed to investigate volcanic conduit processes through measurement of their volatile inventories. This approach rests upon the tacit assumption that the obsidian clasts are juvenile, that is, genetically related to the erupting magma. Pyroclastic deposits within the Yellowstone-Snake River Plain province almost without exception contain dense, glassy clasts, ...
    Journal Article
  5. How frequent is natural cloud seeding from ice cloud layers ( &-35&°C) over Switzerland? 

    Proske U.; Bessenbacher V.; Dedekind Z.; et al. (2021)
    Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
    Clouds and cloud feedbacks represent one of the largest uncertainties in climate projections. As the ice phase influences many key cloud properties and their lifetime, its formation needs to be better understood in order to improve climate and weather prediction models. Ice crystals sedimenting out of a cloud do not sublimate immediately but can survive certain distances and eventually fall into a cloud below. This natural cloud seeding ...
    Journal Article

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