Although CBO’s approach is typical and historically unbiased, the economy’s persistent failure to launch as predicted raises questions.
A metal film perforated by a regular array of subwavelength holes shows unexpectedly large transmission at particular wavelengths, a phenomenon known as the extraordinary optical transmission (EOT) of metal hole arrays. EOT was first attributed to surface plasmon polaritons, stimulating a renewed interest in plasmonics and metallic surfaces with subwavelength features.
Researchers conducted a study to determine if quinoa will cause a reaction in those with celiac disease.
NFCA gets the inside scoop on a recent research study from Elena F. Verdu, MD, PhD, McMaster University.
Psoriasis can have a profound impact on patients' emotional and social lives. Christopher Griffiths, a dermatologist at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom, discusses the disease's psychological fallout and its links with stress.
Second-year law student Alex Aurisch was recently elected president of the Student Bar Association.
With an undergraduate finance major and a mini-master’s in health care from St. Thomas, Brian McEnaney was well-prepared for the technical requirements of a career in software and health information systems. He currently works with Alliance Healthcare Solutions. His experience in core liberal arts classes at St.
The best yet calculations of the effect of blackbody radiation on the wavefunction of ytterbium atoms, should help produce a better atomic clock.
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