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  • How psychology can help limit climate change. 

    Nielsen, Kristian; Clayton, Susan; Stern, Paul C; Dietz, Thomas; Capstick, Stuart; Whitmarsh, Lorraine (2020-03-23)
  • The HOSTS survey for exozodiacal dust: Observational results from the complete survey 

    Ertel, Steve; Defrère, Denis; Hinz, Philip M; Mennesson, Bertrand; Kennedy, Grant M; Danchi, William C; Gelino, Christopher et al.
    The Large Binocular Telescope Interferometer (LBTI) enables nulling interferometric observations across the N band (8 to 13 um) to suppress a star's bright light and probe for faint circumstellar emission. We present ...
  • Body temperatures, life history, and skeletal morphology in the nine-banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) 

    Knight, Frank; Connor, Cristin; Venkataramanan, Ramji; Asher, Robert
    The nine banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) is the only xenarthran mammal to have naturally expanded its range into the middle latitudes of the USA. It is not known to hibernate, but has been associated with unusually ...
  • Multilayer network methodologies for brain data analysis and modelling 

    Dimitri, Giovanna Maria (2020-05-16)
    The term neuroscience includes in itself a plethora of research areas devoted to undercover the most fascinating complex organ of our body: the brain. A common denominator of neuroscience areas, is the need for the application ...

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