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25 years later ...   published on Monday, 09-Apr-12 19:40:18 CEST by phiny

25 Years after the "invention" of cold nuclear fusion, the discussion is still alive. What should we think about it today?

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This is a comment on: Rafelski, J.; Jones, S.E. Cold Nuclear fusion Scientific American 1987 page 84

Use of racial or ethnic classification in medical practice: Are there Genetic Ancestry in Lung-Function Predictions?   published on Wednesday, 14-Jul-10 09:37:13 CEST by misconduct

The work in this weeks New England Journal of Medicine is interesting if you are working on genetic ancestry. It has certainly an explosive effect on race matters. What do you think of relevance of this article on genetic ancestry? Background: Self-identified race or ethnic group is used to ...

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This is a comment on: Rajesh Kumar, M.D., Max A. Seibold, Ph.D., Melinda C. Aldrich, Ph.D., M.P.H., L. Keoki Williams, M.D., M.P.H., Alex P. Reiner, M.D., Laura Colangelo, M.S., Joshua Galanter, M.D., Christopher Gignoux, M.S., Donglei Hu, Ph.D., Saunak Sen, Ph.D., Shweta Choudhry, Ph.D., Edward L. Peterson, Ph.D., Jose Rodriguez-Santana, M.D., William Rodriguez-Cintron, M.D., Michael A. Nalls, Ph.D., Tennille S. Leak, Ph.D., Ellen O’Meara, Ph.D., Bernd Meibohm, Ph.D., Stephen B. Kritchevsky, Ph.D., Rongling Li, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., Tamara B. Harris, M.D., Deborah A. Nickerson, Ph.D., Myriam Fornage, Ph.D., Paul Enright, M.D., Elad Ziv, M.D., Lewis J. Smith, M.D., Kiang Liu, Ph.D., and Esteban González Burchard, M.D., M.P.H. Genetic Ancestry in Lung-Function Predictions Circulation 2010 page 1-10  DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa0907897

Cooperative, Compact Algorithms for Randomized Algorithms by Rohollah Mosallahnezhad (doi:10.1016/j.amc.2007.03.011)   published on Monday, 22-Jun-09 10:41:34 CEST by FrankMiller

I wish to bring to the attention of readers a similar case that occurred two years ago to a traditional scientific journal of a traditional publisher, but that attracted much less attention than this. In 2007, Elsevier' journal Applied Mathematics and Computation (Impact factor: 0.821, rank 61 ...

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This is a comment on: Rohollah Mosallahnezhad Cooperative, Compact Algorithms for Randomized Algorithms Applied Mathematics and Computation 2007 page 1-8  DOI: 10.1016/j.amc.2007.03.011

Deconstructing Access Points by David Phillips and Andrew Kent ISSN: 1874-947X Volume 2, 2009   published on Monday, 22-Jun-09 10:38:21 CEST by JohnFrusciante

This is one example of why the “pay to publish” model has to end. Even top journals like PlOS can justify their fee schedule all they want, but at the end, pay to publish journals simply shift the revenue stream from institutions and readers(libraries and organizations) to the ...

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This is a comment on: David Phillips and Andrew Kent Deconstructing Access Points by David Phillips and Andrew Kent ISSN: 1874-947X The Open Information Science Journal 2009 page 1-5 volume 2

"Strong Ultra-Broadband Near-Infrared Photoluminescence from Bismuth-Embedded Zeolites and Their Derivatives" AMORPHOUS STUFF   published on Monday, 22-Jun-09 09:48:30 CEST by FrankMiller

Amorphous Stuff It is known for many, many years, that heating a zeolite at elevated temperatures (called calcination) leads above a certain temperature to an amorphous or dense crystalline product. Often the dense crystalline material is formed out of the amorphous "intermediate ...

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This is a comment on: H. Sun, A. Hosokawa, Y. Miwa, F. Shimaoka, M. Fujii, M. Mizuhata, S. Hayashi, S. Deki Strong Ultra-Broadband Near-Infrared Photoluminescence from Bismuth-Embedded Zeolites and Their Derivatives Advanced Materials (deerfield Beach, Fla.) 2009 page 1-5 volume 21  DOI: 10.1002/adma.200900573

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