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  1. Urban Borderlands: Difference, Inequality, and Spatio-Temporal In-Betweenness in Cities 

    Iossifova, Deljana; Kostenwein, David (2024)
    Urban Planning
    The concept of urban borderlands helps us to understand how divisions take place in the city. Urban borderlands expand territorially beyond the mere linear border, drawing together what exists in or across both sides of the divide. In that they are not merely physical, but of course always socially, culturally, and experientially densely charged, the notion of the urban borderland offers itself as a useful analytic in the study of urban ...
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  2. Aerosol sensitivity simulations over East Asia in a convection-permitting climate model (vol 61, pg 861, 2022) 

    Li, Shuping; Sorland, Silje Lund; Wild, Martin; et al. (2024)
    Climate Dynamics
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  3. Steam caps in geothermal reservoirs can be monitored using seismic noise interferometry (vol 4, pg 453, 2023) 

    Sanchez-Pastor, Pilar; Wu, Sin-Mei; Hokstad, Ketil; et al. (2024)
    Communications Earth & Environment
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  4. Das Synthesezentrum Biodiversität verbindert Forschung und Praxis 

    Synthesezentrum Biodiversität (2024)
    Aqua & Gas
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  5. Perspective on smart materials for empowering small-scale manipulation 

    Zhang, Mingchao; Sitti, Metin (2024)
    Science Bulletin
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  6. On the topic "Error Culture in Libraries" 

    Seeliger, Frank; Ilg, Jens; Renn, Oliver (2024)
    Bibliothek: Forschung und Praxis
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  7. An Interview with Federico Capasso 

    Quidant, Romain; Aumiller, William; Capasso, Federico (2024)
    ACS Photonics
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  8. Stress-free single-cell transcriptomic profiling and functional genomics of murine eosinophils 

    Borrelli, Costanza; Gurtner, Alessandra; Arnold, Isabelle C.; et al. (2024)
    Nature Protocols
    Eosinophils are a class of granulocytes with pleiotropic functions in homeostasis and various human diseases. Nevertheless, they are absent from conventional single-cell RNA sequencing atlases owing to technical difficulties preventing their transcriptomic interrogation. Consequently, eosinophil heterogeneity and the gene regulatory networks underpinning their diverse functions remain poorly understood. We have developed a stress-free ...
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  9. Hybrid spherical array for combined volumetric optoacoustic and B-mode ultrasound imaging 

    Lin, Hsiao-Chun Amy; Deán-Ben, Xosé Luís; Ozbek, Ali; et al. (2024)
    Optics Letters
    Optoacoustic (OA) imaging has achieved tremendous progress with state-of-the-art systems providing excellent functional and molecular contrast, centimeter scale penetration into living tissues, and ultrafast imaging performance, making it highly suitable for handheld imaging in the clinics. OA can greatly benefit from efficient integration with ultrasound (US) imaging, which remains the routine method in bedside clinical diagnostics. ...
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  10. Editorial: Klimawandel – kein Thema für die Soziologie? 

    Diekmann, Andreas (2024)
    Zeitschrift für Soziologie
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  11. Editorial: Special topic on precession, nutation, and libration driven flows 

    Noir, Jérõme André Roland; Giesecke, André; Meunier, Patrice (2024)
    Physics of Fluids
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  12. Architecture in the Foreign Aid-Funded Knowledge Economy. Part 2: Pedagogies 

    Loosen, Sebastiaan; Sigge, Erik; Mattsson, Helena (2023)
    ABE Journal
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  13. Cosmic dust may have driven the geochemical origins of life on Earth 

    Walton, Craig R.; Schönbächler, Maria (2024)
    Nature Astronomy
    Cosmic dust contains all the elements needed for life but has previously been considered too rare to have acted as a 'fertilizer' for prebiotic chemistry. Now, using a combination of astrophysical and geological models, it is revealed that cosmic dust could have gently accumulated on the surface of early Earth in sufficient quantities to promote the chemical reactions that led to first life.
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  14. Symmetrical and Mixed Tris(acyl)phosphines: Synthesis, Oxidation and Photochemistry 

    Wiesner, Tanja; Neshchadin, Dmytro; Glotz, Gabriel; et al. (2023)
    Chemistry - A European Journal
    Invited for the cover of this issue are the groups of M. Haas, G. Gescheidt and H. Grutzmacher from the Graz University of Technology and the ETH Zurich. The image depicts a phosphorus mine, where the workers are acid chlorides using their shovels and red phosphorus to provide the chemicals necessary to produce novel reagents. Read the full text of the article at 10.1002/chem.202302535.
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  15. Celebrating 10 Years of the Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction Project and Looking to the Future 

    Woolnough, S. J.; Vitart, F.; Robertson, A. W.; et al. (2024)
    Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
    WWRP/WCRP S2S Summit 2023 What: More than 190 scientists from 29 countries met to celebrate 10 years of the Subseasonal to Seasonal (S2S) Prediction project and look to the future of S2S prediction. When: 3-7 July 2023 Where: University of Reading, United Kingdom
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  16. Non-invasive temporal interference electrical stimulation of the human hippocampus (vol 26, pg 1994, 2023) 

    Violante, Ines R.; Alania, Ketevan; Cassara, Antonino M.; et al. (2023)
    Nature Neuroscience
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  17. Reflexive use of methods: a framework for navigating different types of knowledge and power in transformative research (vol 19, pg 507, 2024) 

    Kaljonen, Minna; Jacobi, Johanna; Korhonen-Kurki, Kaisa; et al. (2024)
    Sustainability Science
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  18. Can ultimate recoverable resources (URRs) be assessed? Does analyzing declining ore grades help? (vol 36, pg 599, 2023) 

    Wellmer, Friedrich-W.; Scholz, Roland W.; Bastian, Dennis (2024)
    Mineral Economics
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  19. Editorial: T cell specificity and cross-reactivity - implications in physiology and pathology 

    Latorre, Daniela; Monticelli, Silvia; Wypych, Tomasz P.; et al. (2024)
    Frontiers in Immunology
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