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  • Americans' views of scientists' motivations for scientific work. [Journal Article]
    Public Underst Sci 2019; :963662519880319Johnson BB, Dieckmann NF
  • Scholars have not examined public views of scientific motivations directly, despite scientific authority implications. A US representative sample rated 11 motivations both descriptively (they do motivate scientists' work) and normatively (they should motivate scientists) for scientists employed by federal government agency, large business corporation, advocacy group (nonprofit seeking to influenc…
  • MoB2: a new multifunctional transition metal diboride monolayer. [Journal Article]
    J Phys Condens Matter 2019An Y, Gong SJ, … Jiao J
  • Several layered transition metal borides can now be realized by a simple and general fabrication method [Fokwa et al., Adv. Mater. 2018, 30, 1704181], inspiring our interest to transition metal borides monolayer. Herein, we predict a new two-dimensional (2D) transition metal diboride MoB2 monolayer (ML) and study its intrinsic mechanical, thermal, electronic, and transport properties. The MoB2 ML…
  • New Clones on the Block. [Journal Article]
    Immunity 2019; 51(4):606-608Acharya N, Anderson AC
  • Although immune checkpoint blockade (ICB) has yielded striking clinical responses in subsets of cancer patients, the mechanism of action is still unclear. In a recent issue of Nature Medicine, Yost et al., 2019 report that the T cell clones that dominate the intra-tumoral T cell landscape after ICB are distinct from those prior to treatment, a phenomenon referred to by the authors as "clonal repl…
  • Bacterial Longevity Requires Protein Synthesis and a Stringent Response. [Journal Article]
    MBio 2019; 10(5)Yin L, Ma H, … Harwood CS
  • Gram-negative bacteria in infections, biofilms, and industrial settings often stop growing due to nutrient depletion, immune responses, or environmental stresses. Bacteria in this state tend to be tolerant to antibiotics and are often referred to as dormant. Rhodopseudomonas palustris, a phototrophic alphaproteobacterium, can remain fully viable for more than 4 months when its growth is arrested.…
  • Semiclassical analysis of the quantum instanton approximation. [Journal Article]
    J Chem Phys 2019; 151(14):144111Vaillant CL, Thapa MJ, … Richardson JO
  • We explore the relation between the quantum and semiclassical instanton approximations for the reaction rate constant. From the quantum instanton expression, we analyze the contributions to the rate constant in terms of minimum-action paths and find that two such paths dominate the expression. For symmetric barriers, these two paths join together to describe the semiclassical instanton periodic o…
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