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  • Nineteenth-Century Popular Science Magazines, Narrative, and the Problem of Historical Materiality

    In his Some Reminiscences of a Lecturer, Andrew Wilson emphasizes the importance of narrative to popular science lecturing. Although Wilson promotes the teaching of science as useful knowledge in its own right, he also recognizes that the way science is taught can encourage audiences to take the subject up and read further on their own. Form, according to Wilson, should not be divorced from scientific content and lecturers should ensure that not only is their science accurate, but that it is ...

    Effects of glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor on dental pulp cells

    This study investigated the effects of glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor (GDNF) on dental pulp stromal cells (DPCs). Cultures of DPCs expressed GDNF as well as its receptors, GFRα1 and RET. Addition of recombinant GDNF to cultures in serum-containing medium did not significantly affect DPC growth; however, GNDF dose-dependently increased viable cell number under serum-free culture conditions. Live/dead, lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and caspase -3,-7 assays demonstrated that cell deat...

    Metamagnetic Quantum Criticality in Sr3Ru2O7

    We consider the metamagnetic transition in the bilayer ruthenate, ${\rm Sr_3Ru_2O_7}$, and use this to motivate a renormalization group treatment of a zero-temperature quantum-critical end-point. We summarize the results of mean field theory and give a pedagogical derivation of the renormalization-group equations. These are then solved to yield numerical results for the susceptibility, the specific heat and the resistivity exponent which can be compared with measured data on ${\rm Sr_3Ru_2O_7...

    Effectiveness of autologous chondrocyte transplantation for hyaline cartilage defects in knees: a rapid and systematic review.

    Background Proposed service Autologous chondrocyte transplantation (ACT) is a novel surgical approach used to treat full-thickness cartilage defects in knee joints. Small grafts of normal cartilage removed from the patient’s diseased joint are treated in a laboratory to obtain cartilage cells. These cells are cultured to expand the cell population and reimplanted a few weeks later into areas where cartilage is denuded by disease. The aim of this procedure is to restore normal cartila...

    Enhanced CO2 stability of oxyanion doped Ba2In2O5 systems co-doped with La, Zr

    In the Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) field, proton conducting perovskite electrolytes offer many potential benefits. However, an issue with these electrolytes is their stability at elevated temperatures in the presence of CO2. Recently we have reported enhanced oxide ion/proton conductivity in oxyanion (silicate, phosphate) doped Ba2In2O5, and in this paper we extend this work to examine the stability at elevated temperatures towards CO2. The results show improved CO2 stability compared to the...
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