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Get Ready for an Idea: A Brief Comparison of Existing Techniques to Support Cognitive Innovation
(Plymouth University, CogNovo and Transtechnology Research, 2015-09-07)
Nowadays professional success and personal satisfaction can be greatly improved by innovations. To actually compare research results a number of tests have been developed over the past 65 years, which presumably ...
Planning on Dying to Live: A Qualitative Exploration of the Alleviation of Suicidal Distress by Having a Suicide Plan
Suicide prevention is for the most part seen in terms of reducing risk factors and increasing protective factors for suicide, and having a suicide plan is considered to fall on the side of risk. Although it seems likely ...
Biology, ecology, and control of elaterid beetles in agricultural land.
Wireworms, the larvae of click beetles (Coleoptera: Elateridae), have had a centuries-long role as major soil insect pests worldwide. With insecticidal control options dwindling, research on click beetle biology and ecology ...
Permanent draft genome of 'Rhodopirellula islandica' strain K833.
The planctomycete strain K833 was isolated from cold waters at the coast of Island and is tentatively named 'Rhodopirellula islandica'. It has a lower temperature range for growth than other genome-sequenced Rhodopirellula ...
CogNovo: Cognitive Innovation for Technological, Artistic, and Social Domains
CogNovo is a multi-national doctoral training programme of-fering a research network for cognitive innovation, both as a new field of artistic and scientific investigation, and as a strategy for research and innovation. ...
Fundamental formulae for wave-energy conversion.
The time-average wave power that is absorbed from an incident wave by means of a wave-energy conversion (WEC) unit, or by an array of WEC units-i.e. oscillating immersed bodies and/or oscillating water columns (OWCs)-may ...
Geoheritage, a National Inventory in France
Diversity of Rhodopirellula and related planctomycetes in a North Sea coastal sediment employing carB as molecular marker.
Rhodopirellula is an abundant marine member of the bacterial phylum Planctomycetes. Cultivation studies revealed the presence of several closely related Rhodopirellula species in European coastal sediments. Because the 16S ...