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Policy and institutional responses to COVID-19 in the Middle East and North Africa: Tunisia

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Yasmina Abouzzohour and Nejla Ben Mimoune. 12/29/2019. “ Policy and institutional responses to COVID-19 in the Middle East and North Africa: Tunisia .” In Middle East and North...
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Inspiration4 crew describes “incredible perspective” from space

Inspiration4 crew describes “incredible perspective” from space

5 days ago   |   Spaceflight Now

The Inspiration4 crew downlinks a live update from SpaceX's Crew Dragon Resilience spacecraft. Credit: SpaceX On their final full day in space Friday, the all-civilian...
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Expert reaction to latest reported COVID-19 case numbers for England, as published on the government daily dashboard

6 days ago   |   Science Media Centre

The government have published the latest figures for cases of COVID-19 in England. Prof Paul Hunter, Professor in Medicine, UEA, said: “Today was the first day that we would...
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Shenzhou crew departs Chinese space station, heads for Earth

Shenzhou crew departs Chinese space station, heads for Earth

6 days ago   |   Spaceflight Now

Artist's concept of China's Shenzhou 12 spacecraft undocking from the Tianhe core module of China's space station. Credit: CCTV China's three-man Shenzhou 12 crew floated into...
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Clear signals for sustainability: Spotlight on Belgrade

Clear signals for sustainability: Spotlight on Belgrade

7 days ago   |   Clarivate

Sustainability is front and center at Clarivate, part of everything we do. You can see the scope and scale of our commitment in our first annual sustainability report published...
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Visual working memory deficits in undergraduates with a history of mild traumatic brain injury

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Hector Arciniega, Alexandrea Kilgore-Gomez, Alison Harris, Dwight J Peterson, Jaclyn McBride, Emily Fox, and Marian E Berryhill. 2019. “ Visual working memory deficits in...
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Prediction of severe immune-related adverse events requiring hospital admission in patients on immune checkpoint inhibitors: study of a population level insurance claims database from the USA

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Mark Kalinich, William Murphy, Shannon Wongvibulsin, Vartan Pahalyants, Kun-Hsing Yu, Chenyue Lu, Feicheng Wang, Leyre Zubiri, Vivek Naranbhai, Alexander Gusev, Shawn G Kwatra...
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Remote Work Wanted? Evidence from job postings during COVID-19

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Jose Morales-Arilla and Carlos Daboin. Submitted. “ Remote Work Wanted? Evidence from job postings during COVID-19 ”. Working Paper Abstract As the COVID-19 pandemic pushed...
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ARINet: Using 3D convolutional neural networks to estimate annual radiation intensities on building facades

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J. M. Han, C. K. Chang, and A. Malkawi. 9/1/2020. “ ARINet: Using 3D convolutional neural networks to estimate annual radiation intensities on building facades. ” In The 2020...
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Eabbit 1.0: New environmental analysis software for solar energy representation

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J. M. Han, A. Malkawi, and K. Z. Gajos. 9/2019. “ Eabbit 1.0: New environmental analysis software for solar energy representation .” In The 16th International Building...
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Advisory committee recommends wide swath of Americans be offered Covid-19...

A vaccine advisory panel voted Thursday to recommend that a wide swath of Americans should be offered Covid-19 vaccine booster shots, given at least six months after their... Read more ...

Listen: Scott Gottlieb on the next pandemic, another Covid winter, &...

What does Covid-19 have in store for this winter? Is Aduhelm a commercial dud? And are we prepared for the next pandemic? We cover all that and more this week on “The Readout... Read more ...

Disaster medicine training: The case for virtual reality

Derrick Tin, Attila J Hertelendy, and Gregory R Ciottone. 2021. “ Disaster medicine training: The case for virtual reality .” The American journal of emergency medicine, Pp... Read more ...

The case for an Australian disaster reserve force

Derrick Tin, Alexander Hart, and Gregory R Ciottone. 2020. “ The case for an Australian disaster reserve force .” American journal of emergency medicine. Publisher's Version Read more ...

Rise of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: An Imminent Public Health Threat...

Derrick Tin, Zachary Kallenborn, Alexander Hart, Attila J Hertelendy, and Gregory R Ciottone. 2021. “ Rise of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: An Imminent Public Health Threat... Read more ...

Tesla's 'Death Beam' brought to life - new invention can bring down PLANES

Tesla's 'Death Beam' brought to life - new invention can bring down PLANES

AN AUSTRALIAN inventor has become the first person in the world to build what twentieth-century inventor, Nikola Tesla, called a "Death Beam" or "Death Ray". Read more ...

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NASA official says Starliner demo mission not likely to launch until next year

NASA official says Starliner demo mission not likely to launch until next year

Boeing's Starliner spacecraft returned to the Commercial Crew and Cargo Processing Facility at Kennedy Space Center on Aug. 19 for troubleshooting. Credit: Boeing The head of... Read more ...

Hardening hospital defences as a counter-terrorism medicine measure

Derrick Tin, Alexander Hart, Gregory R Ciottone, Daniel Chiang, Justine M Ade, Xiao-wei Liu, Christine M Lohse, Benjamin J Sandefur, Ronna L Campbell, and Katherine A Holmes... Read more ...