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09. Dec 2019

December 7, 2019
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Krebs­medika­ment wird durch lang­same Elek­tronen aktiviert

In der Strahlentherapie werden verschiedene Moleküle erprobt, um die Wirkung der Strahlung auf Krebszellen zu verbessern. Forscher um Stephan Denifl beobachteten nun, dass langsame Elektronen von Nimorazol-Molekülen äußerst effektiv eingefangen werden. Dieses Ergebnis kann eine Erklärung für die selektive Wirkung dieses in der Strahlentherapie bereits eingesetzten Wirkstoffs liefern. Continue Reading →

December 4, 2019
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Interrupt Testing

Interrupt testing is a procedure where user purposefully disturb the application by some predefine techniques or methods. It is used to validate if mobile application performs as expected after the interruption or during interruption provided by user. Continue Reading →

December 3, 2019
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Why we’re so emotionally invested in the semicolon

In new book, alum Cecelia Watson examines history of punctuation’s polarizing mark

The semicolon is a place where our anxieties and our aspirations about language, class and education are concentrated, so that in this small mark big ideas are distilled down to a few winking drops of ink,” writes Cecelia Watson, AM’05, PhD’11. Continue Reading →

December 2, 2019
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Do you know VIBBIDI? – I see Music has a new Vibration

While I was going through music industry’s youngest streaming platform ‘VIBBIDI’ and having some talks with colleagues Kaz and Cameron, I was overwhelmed every bit I learnt on how it evolved, and (now) flourishing faster in currently very chaotic and only money-making Music world. Kazuhiro Naya and colleagues are changing it radically. Continue Reading →

November 30, 2019
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People with ALS May Benefit From More Glucose

A new study led by scientists at the UA has uncovered a potential new way to treat patients with ALS, a debilitating neurodegenerative disease.

Increased glucose, transformed into energy, could give people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, improved mobility and a longer life, according to new findings by a University of Arizona-led research team. Continue Reading →

November 28, 2019
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Schädeldeformation als Zeichen der Zugehörigkeit

ForscherInnen untersuchen Individuen, die zur Zeit der Völkerwanderung lebten

Unter der Leitung von Ron Pinhasi von der Universität Wien sowie Mario Novak vom Institute for Anthropological Research in Zagreb untersuchte ein WissenschafterInnenteam die Ernährungsgewohnheiten, das Geschlecht und die Genverwandtschaften dreier Jugendlicher, die zur Zeit der Völkerwanderung im 5. Jahrhundert lebten und bei einer Ausgrabung in Osijek im Osten Kroatiens entdeckt wurden. Continue Reading →

November 26, 2019
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The power of counteroffers

How potential alternative offers can affect negotiations

Whether you are interviewing for a job or closing on a home, power is a central tool in negotiations. Research from professors of management John Sawyer and Dustin Sleesman at the University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics shows that an alternative offer can shift the power dynamic in a negotiation, even if that alternative hasn’t actually been offered.  Continue Reading →

November 24, 2019
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Report outlines integrated strategy toward diversity and inclusion in Hollywood

For Hollywood to be a more inclusive and diverse industry, companies need to implement a five-point strategy for hiring, sponsoring and promoting minorities and women — especially women of color — a new UCLA study suggests Continue Reading →