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  1. Strongly correlated electrons and hybrid excitons in a moiré heterostructure 

    Shimazaki, Yuya; Schwartz, Ido; Watanabe, Kenji; et al. (2020)
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  2. Enzymatically crosslinked poly(2-alkyl-2-oxazoline) networks for 3D cell culture 

    Trachsel, Lucca; Broguiere, Nicolas; Rosenboom, Jan-Georg; et al. (2018)
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  3. Water window soft x-ray source enabled by a 25  W few-cycle 2.2 µm OPCPA at 100  kHz 

    Pupeikis, Justinas; Chevreuil, Pierre-Alexis; Bigler, Nicolas; et al. (2020)
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  4. Tip Recycling for AFM-based Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy 

    Bartolomeo, Giovanni L. (2020)
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  5. Protein aggregates nucleate ice: the example of apoferritin 

    Marcolli, Claudia (2020)
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  6. Replication Data for: "What Drives Public Opinion on Disruptive Technologies? A Self-Driving Bus Trial be-tween Familiarity and Fatal Accidents" 

    Wicki, Michael (2020)
    Disruptive technologies that fundamentally affect markets and society, such as self-driv-ing vehicles, are associated with various positive effects, including environmental benefits due to increased efficiency. These expected benefits may only materialise, however, if such technologies receive sufficient public acceptance. Public acceptance of technology is a necessary precursor of a technology transition. In other contexts, acceptance ...
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  7. Replication Data for: "Does variation in residents’ spatial mobility affect their preferences concerning local governance?" 

    Wicki, Michael (2020)
    The geographic scope of people's mobility behaviour has generally increased over recent decades. Yet, many policies continue to be enacted and implemented at the local level (e.g. in municipalities), leading to a mismatch in geographical scope. Our research thus speaks to the debate on how residents' increased spatial mobility has prompted a disjunction between residents' preferences in terms of governance and how governance is organized ...
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  8. Replication Data for: "In Search of Politically Feasible Policy-Packages for Sustainable Passenger Transport: Insights from Choice Experiments in China, Germany, and the USA" 

    Wicki, Michael (2019)
    The main obstacle to making the transportation sector ecologically more sustainable is political fea-sibility. Effective policy-interventions usually encounter strong public opposition as they interfere in costly ways with people’s daily lives, unveiling a dilemma between political feasibility and environ-mental policy effectiveness. Evidencing the existence of this dilemma, the literature on attitudes towards different policy instrument ...
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  9. Replication Data for: Can Policy-Packaging Increase Public Support for Costly Policies? Insights from a Choice Experiment on Policies against Vehicle Emissions 

    Wicki, Michael (2019)
    Public support is usually a precondition for the adoption and successful implementation of costly policies. We argue that such support is easier to achieve with policy-packages that incorporate primary and ancillary measures. We specifically distinguish command-and-control and market-based measures as primary measures and argue that the former will usually garner more public support than the latter given the low visibility tendency of ...
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  10. Accelerating Polaritons with External Electric and Magnetic Fields 

    Knüppel, Patrick (2020)
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