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Beauty - Science topic

Characteristics or attributes of persons or things which elicit pleasurable feelings.
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AI and neural networks (Midjourney, DALL-E) paint beautiful aesthetic pictures on request from a few keywords. Is the author AI or a human who wrote these 2-3 words?
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Yana Suchikova The authorship of the artworks made by AI is open to interpretation. Some claim that AI is the author since it makes creative judgments and produces unique results. Others say that the author should be regarded as the person who created the keywords used to make the image, or the designer of the AI itself. Finally, the answer may be determined by the context and interpretation of the idea of authorship.
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We are coating 24k Gold on ceramics with TiN, the gold color is not beautiful with deep color, Gas ratio is 200sccm(Ar)/500sccm(N2)-(3min)/(5min).Is this ratio necessary. to tweak???Thank!!
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Hi !
So it looks like problem, possibly vacuum chamber inside is dirty (there is thick layer of condensate on walls). Second is reduced performance of vacuum system (it may be necessary to add oil to steam-oil pump) to check the system for pumping speed and obtaining ultimate vacuum.
Perhaps this is reason.
Hope my answer is helpful.
I wish you good luck in resolving this problem!
Konsta
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Sohrab Sepehri one of Persian poets says at the end of one of his tender and mystical poems called "water`s footsteps" :
It is not our business to fathom the mystery of rose🌹
Perhaps our business is to float within the magic of the rose.
There may be dozens of mystical symbols in this poem. what is your opinion? What is the secret if rose?
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Typically, the rose represents love. Like roses, there are several types of love. Every rose color represents a distinct kind of love.
But to me, Rose symbolizes a genuine Friendship with whom you can share everything.
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Ornamental plants that enhance not only beauty, clam and peace in surrounding also beneficial for health
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I can collaborate on that subject, especially tissue culture, micropropagation and germination.
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Hello. Good Night
Recently in class, students were asked a question that is important to me, and I heard some interesting answers.
My question is, how can a woman perform many duties and responsibilities and roles in the family as well as duties outside the home and maintain her spirit and beauty and live a meaningful life?
But I can ask this question without referring to gender, but I asked because they were all girls
I ask friends to write their comments.
How can we maintain our peace, freshness and good mood in a life full of work and activities?
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Dear Prof. Dr.. Fariba Ahmady This is the least description I gave of the status of women... The whole Holy Qur’an speaks about the status of women and their rights... This can be summarized about women as follows: (Indeed, Allah created Eve from the rib of Adam (the crooked one), which is the most appropriate thing to protect and preserve the heart, This means that Eve is the (origin) (root) of emotion and its source, and she is able to embrace and contain Adam, just as the ribs protect and surround the heart).
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In the field of educational activities that deal with the intellectual beauty of the mind and inner values ​​and truths, they have been far from accepting the philosophy of aesthetics. By changing the current attitude towards art and aesthetics as a scientific way of thinking and cultivating imagination and moral development, it is possible to examine how this point of view can be used in educational activities. Because the knowledge and understanding of aesthetics beyond experience and sense and familiarity with the spiritual beauty of the mind, thought and moral behavior can have successful and sustainable effects on educational and moral activities.
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G.E. Moore's theory of ethics was that beauty and friendship, as well as pleasure, are intrinsic goods or things of value that one’s actions should aim to maximize. One need not agree with the maximization aspect, but clearly at least sometimes aesthetic values such as beauty can be objects of moral concern and moral education should be cognizant of that fact.
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For the better beauty of the thesis, the MATLAB fuzzy diagram is not interesting.
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Immanuel Kant’s Critique of the Power of Judgment (1790) stated that we do not understand beauty by means of cognition, “but rather relate it by means of imagination (perhaps combined with understanding) to the subject and its feeling of pleasure or displeasure. Do you agree with that?
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It is not imagination at work there but feeling.
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I tried to solve this on my own, however, this is way out of my area of expertise. Can the remains of a snake become fossilized within the interior of a tree? My husband is big into woodworking and around a week ago he brought back a piece of oak that was down. It has been through a fire. On the edge of the piece of wood, there is clearly a snake. I can see what appear to be vertebrae in a section or two in the areas where the spine would be. It is absolutely stunningly beautiful. Can this happen? Does this happen? Thanks.
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Anything is possible :)
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The pressure from NAAC or NIRF is spoiling the beauty of education system in india. For this, there is a huge pressure on teachers to publish articles every month or two month. I seriously don't understand what happening? Please give your view for this topic.
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The UGC or any educational body in India has not made it compulsory to publish papers, its the private universities all around India that makes their own rule just to get better NAAC grades or NIRF rankings.
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Students should evaluate the aesthetics (e.g. "this room is beautiful") of a working space / room and what they think would be their performance (e.g. "I'm very productive in this room") in this room, based on a picture (which they see in a survey).
How to measure the subjective aesthetics and the subjective performance (of a Person) in it?
Which are the relevant and up to date publications and thoughts on the topic?
Best,
Simon
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Hi Simon, you are pursuing a very exciting question. I'm not quite clear what exactly you mean by: measuring a subjective aesthetic of a workspace or the subjective performance of a person in a space? Are you concerned with an intraphsyciic evaluation or an intersubjective measurement?
Interesting could be perhaps the concept of interconnection and fusion of sensory perception in space. This can be explicated with the term (Media) Synaesthetics.
Media Synaesthetics is concerned with both theoretically reflected and fictionalized synaesthesia, with intermodal constellations, inclusions and disjunctions of the senses. Perceptual theories of aisthesis and (syn-)aesthetics have been stimulated to reformulate their concepts and terms precisely through their engagement with the arts and art forms. The artistic imagination, the creative imagination, has always used synaesthetic dispositions by using the media of technical images and sounds, but also the 'old' media of writing, painting and stage performance for a synaesthetic ars combinatoria.
The concept of media synaesthetics is designed to mark the medial couplings of the senses, that is: contours of a physiological media aesthetics. It is therefore no coincidence that the focus of the volume is on the orders of the visible, in particular the interrelations of image and sound - as a contribution to the "image anthropology" (Hans Belting), which is currently being elaborated on an interdisciplinary basis.
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I have a difficult to include a figure in Latex version of ASME journals. Despite common version of elsevier, springer, Taylor and Francis publiser, when i insert a figure using the following package:
\usepackage{graphicx}
\graphicspath{{figures/}}
and the command
\begin{figure}[h!]
\centering
\includegraphics[width=11cm]{figures/1.pdf}
\caption{figure}
\label{fig:AAA.}
\end{figure}
The figures appears properly in the compilation of the PDF. However, for ASME journal, the figure does not appers when compiling.
In ASME journal, the userpackage is:
\usepackage{epsfig} %% for loading postscript figures
I have difficult to do eps figure with this command
\begin{figure}[t]
\begin{center}
\setlength{\unitlength}{0.012500in}%
\begin{picture}(115,35)(255,545)
\thicklines
\put(255,545){\framebox(115,35){}}
\put(275,560){Beautiful Figure}
\end{picture}
\end{center}
\caption{The caption of a single sentence does not have period at the end}
\label{figure_ASME}
\end{figure}
So who have experimented ASME latex verison and can help me to solve this issue for figure as easier and simple possible way. Thank you
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I have same issue.. can't load figure in latex amse template :(
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Hello,
I recently installed the BEAST, BEAUTI, and BEAGLE softwares/library and have been successful in using BEAUTI to generate an XML file for analysis in BEAST. However, when I import the XML into BEAST, I receive the following error message, which I've also attached as a screenshot to this post.
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INFO: BEAGLE function, create, returned error code -6 (No resource matches requirements)
Fatal exception: No acceptable BEAGLE library plugins found. Make sure that BEAGLE is properly installed or try changing resource requirements.
java.lang.RuntimeException: No acceptable BEAGLE library plugins found. Make sure that BEAGLE is properly installed or try changing resource requirements.
at beagle.BeagleFactory.loadBeagleInstance(Unknown Source)
at dr.evomodel.treedatalikelihood.BeagleDataLikelihoodDelegate.<init>(Unknown Source)
at dr.evomodelxml.treedatalikelihood.TreeDataLikelihoodParser.createTreeDataLikelihood(Unknown Source)
at dr.evomodelxml.treedatalikelihood.TreeDataLikelihoodParser.parseXMLObject(Unknown Source)
at dr.xml.AbstractXMLObjectParser.parseXMLObject(Unknown Source)
at dr.xml.XMLParser.convert(Unknown Source)
at dr.xml.XMLParser.convert(Unknown Source)
at dr.xml.XMLParser.parse(Unknown Source)
at dr.app.beast.BeastMain
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Does anyone have experience with this specific error? If so, how can it be resolved? In the BEAST output, below the credits and acknowledgments for the BEAST software, it says "Using BEAGLE library v3.1.0..." a sign which the BEAST website suggests is an indication that BEAGLE has been successfully installed. I have looked through instructions and FAQs on the BEAST website and BEAGLE github, but have yet to find anything helpful. I am using a MacBook Air on Catalina v. 10.15.5, with BEAST v. 1.10.4 and BEAGLE v. 3.1.0..
I greatly appreciate any advice, thank you!
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Thanks all! Using BEAST 2, and not using BEAGLE (using the original BEAST required use of BEAGLE) resolved the issue, and I was finally able to create some trees.
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Unfortunately, this simplistic vision of RF and microwave circuit design often becomes blurred when test results are obtained that differ drastically from the beautiful simulation results. The reasons for this disparity may normally be traced to one of the following:
"The ratio of the transverse dimensions of transmission lines to wave length are nonnegligible thus, additional unwanted energy storage modes become available."
I read this above paragraph in a textbook, and didn't quite understand the sentence given in bold.
As of how does the above condition result in unwanted energy storage modes.
Thank you in advance
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As one example (I think)
Microwave waveguides are usually used in the regime where the widest width of the waveguide is less than a free-space wavelength, and more than a free-space half wavelength. This means that there is only one way, or mode, in which the signal can travel down the guide. If the guide is wider than this it becomes possible for energy to travel down it in multiple modes with different velocities, and, even if only one mode is launched, other modes can be generated at bends and other components.
Even in the usual regime, the signal (group) velocity depends on frequency.
Also, at things like steps in the waveguide walls, modes can be generated even when the guide is less than a wavelength across. In the case of the guide being less than a wavelength across, these do not propagate but store energy similar to inductance or capacitance, and the stored energy may be larger for larger guide sizes.
All of these result in more complicated behaviour than a simple ideal transmission line, and happen because the time taken for the signal to travel between opposite conductors is not minute compared to the time taken for the signal to reverse in the transmission line.
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I am looking for a way which can help architects to consider about beauty in their designs more and more.
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Dear Masoumeh Goudarzi. Quite right is that. The notion of gestalt is a more extensive and fundamental concept than a spatial image (philosophy) or a geometric image (architecture). I advise you to get acquainted with the work "The Analysis of Beauty" (1753) by William Hogarth and "Art and visual perception" Rudolf Arnheim (1954).
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Hi all-
In our lab we work with human lung biopsies in which we digest and plate on fibroblasts to produce beautiful clones.
After the clone shave grown for 7-14 days we trypsinize and resuspend in StemCell Cryostor.
We have never had a problem when thawing and re-plating, but recently we haven't been able to regrow the cells after thawing to the full extent as the could be.
Taking any and all suggestions if you have run into this problem or if you have a protocol for freezing down and thawing lung epithelial cells that works wonderful for re-plating.
Thanks
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Dear Kiana,
It seems you are using a primary culture, isolated by yourself from the biopsies. The properties of primary cultures are much different from established cell lines. Primary cultures usually exhaust after several passages. They also may not withstand the harsh condition of freezing for several times. However, it is a undeniable fact that cells are hard to regrow after long-time freezings and you should be patient with these cells. some times they need 2-3 weeks to regrow and become refresh. My suggestion to you is being patient with the cells, even if you only a very low cell number in your culture vessel. I also suggest increasing the concentration of PBS in your medium to 15% and using glutamine supplement. This helps your cells to regrow faster.
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Hi everyone, my senior recently doing sediment logging. Her SV said that sedlog produce an ugly graphic and wanted a nice log graphic as below one. Can anyone tell me which software can produce sediment logs as "beautiful" as the one in the picture? Thank you and I really appreciate your answer.
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Nice contributions from Alexander Luckow and Sabine Kerstin Lengger . I will like to add that Strata 5 is an easy to use software, not too costly. Again, if you don't like the output (even though it come out way better than that of sedlog), you can still import in into graphical software to do your final modifications to improve the outlook.
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I am a homeschooling parent who came to realize that my young children (in grades 1 and 3 this year) are into mathematics for its beauty. They are amazed at the fact that adding two whole numbers in any order yields the same result (commutativity), grouping when adding may be helpful (associativity), that for particular numbers n, x, and y, we have that n = x^2 = y^3: 1 = 1^2 = 1^3; 64 = 8^2 = 4^3, etc. They are mesmerized by the fact that 1 = 1, 3 = 1 + 2, 6 = 1 + 2 + 3, 10 = 1 + 2 + 3 + 4, ...; special sequences of numbers such as (in this case) triangular numbers (which they know as "step shapes"). They don't take for granted that 1n = n for any integer (I don't think they are ready for real numbers in general). They can see that division is akin to factoring: 12/4 = 3 because 3 and 4 are factors of 12 (though they are not too up on the vocabulary yet)... They can see informally that a - b = - (b - a): 8 - 5 = 3 implies that 5 - 8 = -3.
I hope I am fortunate enough to see them through their entire grade school through high school learning.
My concern is: why do educators/teachers and parents a debate so much about basic skills versus critical reasoning as if these things removed from context of the ACTUAL beautiful ideas in mathematics will pull school children into understanding mathematics any more than knowing words alone is enough to make a great writer? Why do we either (a) think that its all basic skills, or (b) word problems about so-called everyday stuff that are more social studies than mathematics? How about focusing on mathematics as subject like we do Language Arts? We don't reduced Language Arts to writing letters and business contracts in which grammar and syntax are important? We want children to enjoy the beauty of language; shouldn't we do the same with mathematics?
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I think Cris Wellington was very lucky with the kids. Most children are unlikely to be able to get interested in the beauty of mathematics, all the more so in an ordinary classroom. Therefore, a pragmatic approach to the formation of curricula and methods is fully justified. Individual support for gifted children is needed. This is possible in small classes, with tutorial teaching.
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I am looking for solutions to extract particular types of data from some 6,000 websites which have some broad similarity, but are different.
It is 'easy' to scrape an individual website (e.g. with Python and Scrapy, Beautiful Soup, Selenium etc). The issue is that there are 6,000 target websites.
Our current approach is that we believe that we need to use Machine Learning to 'understand ' the structure of these sites, so that we can develop a separate recipe or template for each of these websites so that they can be scraped for this data.
One we have a recipe or template that has this understanding for each website then future runs of a scrape should be much faster, as we would just apply the recipe or template.
We are looking for approaches or solutions to this.
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My suggestion is to
  1. collect all the HTML content of each website and store them as separated text files (this will take some time)
  2. Do some txt mining on collected HTML content files and meaningful information to a separate DB
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Hello everyone,
I am new in topology in theoretical condensed matter physics and some questions have occupied my mind. Why the Haldane model is called such a toy model? other question is why professor Haldane won the noble prize because of proposing this model? this model from my point of view is something usual, since we only put the nearest-neighbor approximation aside. I mean where is the beauty of this model? and the other question is why we do not take into account the third, fourth and the other neighbors in writing Hamiltonian.
Thank you
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Thanks professor Farid
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  1. Norbert Wiener wrote in 1950, "What sometimes enrages me and always disappoints and grieves me is the preference of great schools of learning for the derivate as opposed to the original, for the conventional and thin which can be duplicated in many copies than the new and powerful, and for arid correctness and limitation of scope and method rather than for universal newness and beauty, wherever it may be seen." His observation is still valid in 2020...
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I would argue within the Australian neo-liberal/conservative educational setting his position is ideologically enlighted and positioned. Schools and education in 2020-21 take a social-efficiency approach - meaning that they are more about equality of opportunity versus the equality of outcome (Webster & Ryan, 2020). From what you have written, I understand Norbert Wiener argues this position ahead of his time and is still very valid today.
Webster, S., & Ryan, A. (2020). Understanding curriculum: the Australian context (2nd ed. ed.). Cambridge University Press.
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I'm very new doing phylogenetic analysis specially using bayesian inferences. I'm building a phylogenetic tree with 3 mitochondrial markers and after running partition finder I obtained two partitions which their best substitution models are HKY+I+G+X and HKY+G+X. I would like to receive some advice on how to set up these models, either directly from the BEAUTI interface or by modifying the XML file.
Thank you in advance
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I am not sure if BEAST has an option for a +X model. You could try to use PartitionFinder2 (https://www.robertlanfear.com/partitionfinder/) and specify that you want models available in BEAST.
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I am specifically interested in works of art for which ratings on multiple dimensions are readily available--for instance, ratings of beauty or of liking that were acquired from a sample of volunteers. Features of interest also include the actual features of the artworks themselves, like brightness, complexity, etc. I have been pointed towards several options:
  1. Prediction of beauty and liking ratings for abstract and representational paintings using subjective and objective measures (https://osf.io/2sy4f/)
  2. JenAesthetics (https://www.inf-cv.uni-jena.de/jenaesthetics.html)
  3. The Strohminger Grotesque Art Database (https://ninastrohminger.com/grotesque)
I wondered whether there might be others I am missing? Thanks, in advance, for any help anyone is able to provide!
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For those who remain interested in acquiring normed databases of artworks / aesthetic objects, a colleague recently suggested the Grappa Project's list of "Useful databases" (https://grappaproject.eu/databases/). Two of these databases look especially useful:
1. "Datasets used in computational aesthetics" (https://grappaproject.eu/databases/image_datasets/)
I hope others might find this useful as well!
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Hello researchers, I am doing PhD in optimization. So far I have studied many things but I feel like I only know about the tip of a large iceberg, hence I started rereading literature. Kindly help me to get the pure essence of this beautiful subject called ''OPTIMIZATION''. Suggestions are welcomed. Thank you for your time and effort in advance.
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Dear Ms Saini,
For learning optimization, You can follow the books and research by prof CS Lalitha mam(Delhi University) and Prof QH Ansari(AMU). They are experts in this field. You can take a look on their research and books too
Thanks
With Regards.
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Hi all,
I recently ran a restriction digest check of several of my plasmids and one of them was weird. All the plasmids in this picture received the same restriction enzymes and are all loaded at ~3ug per well. I looked at the one in question (second from right) on the nanodrop again and had a beautiful peak with the proper ratios. What do you think is going on here? Excessive salt contamination? It doesn't really look like degradation to me since I still have somewhat distinct bands at the proper locations.
Thanks for your help,
Ragan
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Maybe some salt and/or degradation. A new prep would help with either problem. When you say the first purification yielded the wrong plasmid, what do you mean? Wrong band pattern/sizes? Too much smearing?
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I am glad to announce the upcoming book titled “Enhanced learning environment: Technology and Innovation” by Cambridge Scholar Publishing.
Depending on your previous research papers, I would like to invite you to contribute to this book by submitting one or more chapters. If you interest to be part of this project, please find the detailed information below.
The book title: Enhanced learning environment: Technology and Innovation
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Editor: Zeynep Tacgin, PhD
Publication fee: None
Abstract: Technology became part of our lives and shifted the conventional lifestyles of individuals. Today we use technology to increase productivity and sufficiency in any area from business to education. The integration of technological developments in our lives requires us to be up to date learners and using new technological tools for both individual and professional learning. This book presents the latest educational technologies for adjusting learning environments to be lifelong learners.
Important dates (revised):
· Proposal submission deadline: 25th October 2021
· Notification of acceptance: 5th November 2021
· Full paper submission deadline: 10th January 2021
· Review results returned: 28 February 2022
· Final chapter submission: 15 April 2022
· Final deadline: 31 May 2022
If you would like to contribute to this book, please fill the attached book chapter proposal form until 25th October 2021 and return your proposal via email below. After acceptance of your proposal, I will kindly ask you to fill the Contributors agreement form.
More information about the publisher: https://www.cambridgescholars.com/
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. I wish you a beautiful day.
Kind regards,
Zeynep Tacgin, PhD
Marmara University & Charles Sturt University
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Dear Zeynep Taçgın , I really would like to congratulate you on being the Editor of such a great book, and also thank you for sharing this opportunity here. It seems interesting, but could I ask you whether this book will be indexed in Google Scholar and Scopus or not? I checked the website, but I did not find anything.
Kindest regards,
Ali
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I have a question. My model is significant, but the only significant "thing" after that is one covariate (CV) or my 2 CVs (all others interactions are not significant). For my master degree , I did many analyses with 1 IV, 1 DV, 1 moderator and 2 covariable and really often the model is significant, but only the CV is also significant. In my results section, i report all that but i end up talking A LOT about covariables and not so much about IV and DV (wich are the real thing). Do i have to report all significant model that have just CV ? Do you have a solution so i'm not talking just about CV? Thanks a lot to all of you in this beautiful community :)
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Hello Claudia,
Your results suggest that the only significant explanatory variable for accounting for differences in the dependent variable is the covariate. So, that relationship is the only one that shows as non-chance, and that is what you should be discussing.
As Idarmis notes, this pretty much rules out any supportive evidence for moderation, at least for your variables and your sample.
Good luck with your work.
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How objective are the selections? How do you think about professors hiring postgraduate students, aren't they biased by the beauty or looking of candidates and even gender? Share your opinions. I suggest being bold on the situations is much closer to truth
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Though the conclusion needs research, I came across some occasions that the issue has happened to be true, but really shameful observing from high caliber scholars. Be sure that beauty as a hidden criterion will degrade the beauty of the work. In my observation, gender-based discrimination (favoring women) is more pronounced. Let's work together in combating such bad habits by informing potential candidates to tackle them.
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Physical experiments vs "thought experiments" or Richard Feynman vs Albert Einstein
From Richard Feynman: if a real experiment is not carried out, one cannot deduce any conclusion about some theoretical hypothesis (neither confirmation nor invalidation) .
In this case, how did a genius like Albert Einstein come to justify his assumptions to others with several "thought experiments" which are in fact only an "imaginary reality"?
This is the ultimate paradox of one who is considered by many to be the greatest scientist of the twentieth century.
What do you think about the "situations" described in the following points (1) and (2):
(1) Richard Feynman quotation from:
" In general we look for a new law by the following process. First we guess it. Then we compute the consequences of the guess to see what would be implied if this law that we guessed is right. Then we compare the result of the computation to nature, with experiment or experience, compare it directly with observation, to see if it works. If it disagrees with experiment it is wrong. In that simple statement is the key to science. It does not make any difference how beautiful your guess is. It does not make any difference how smart you are, who made the guess, or what his name is – if it disagrees with experiment it is wrong. That is all there is to it."
(2) Einstein's thought experiments from:
"A hallmark of Albert Einstein's career was his use of visualized thought experiments as a fundamental tool for understanding physical issues and for elucidating his concepts to others".
"A thought experiment is a logical argument or mental model cast within the context of an imaginary (hypothetical or even counterfactual) scenario. A scientific thought experiment, in particular, may examine the implications of a theory, law, or set of principles with the aid of fictive and/or natural particulars (demons sorting molecules, cats whose lives hinge upon a radioactive disintegration, men in enclosed elevators) in an idealized environment (massless trapdoors, absence of friction). They describe experiments that, except for some specific and necessary idealizations, could conceivably be performed in the real world.
As opposed to physical experiments, thought experiments do not report new empirical data. They can only provide conclusions based on deductive or inductive reasoning from their starting assumptions. Thought experiments invoke particulars that are irrelevant to the generality of their conclusions. It is the invocation of these particulars that give thought experiments their experiment-like appearance. A thought experiment can always be reconstructed as a straightforward argument, without the irrelevant particulars. John D. Norton, a well-known philosopher of science, has noted that "a good thought experiment is a good argument; a bad thought experiment is a bad argument".
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The physicist Max Planck made a very important contribution to quantum theory; he discovered the value of a constant that bears his name and which expresses the minimum energy threshold that can be measured on a particle.
Let us see now the value of this constant: h = 6.63 . 10 -34 joules.second.
Planck discovered this constant in 1900, by force of circumstance if you will, because at that time it was believed that the exchange of energy between matter and radiation was continuous, whereas experiments proved the opposite.
He introduced the value of this constant into his calculations, with the intention of making its value tend towards 0 in order to return to a continuous description of radiation, but his efforts were in vain: the constant h could not be cancelled without contradicting the experiments...
Here is the formula developed by Max Planck: E = h . f, where :
- E = energy of the frequency;
- h = Planck's constant;
- f = frequency of the wave.
He will later give the name of quantum to these quantities.
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Hello colleagues!
Lately my WB bands systematically disappear on the left of my membranes, but not for all my antibodies on the same membrane: it seems to be random (cf. example). I already did all of my blots with those antibodies and I got good results, so I don't think that it is due to my antibodies... My ponceau are beautiful so no transfert problems normally (Transblot turbo 7 min).....
I stay vigilant during my incubations and I never had any problems before...(I incubate in boxes with 5% BSA).
My colleague is following the same procedure, and using the same material as me, at the same time, and she gets beautiful results.
If you have any idea...thank you :)
Amandine TOUREL
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Looks more like a problem with your imaging system than your technique.
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Hello all,
I am conducting a network analysis on significantly upregulated genes through Metascape's PPI network algorithm. It generates some beautiful and very biologically relevant (looking at least) gene interaction networks. However, I am a bit wary of making any strong conclusions based on it.
Does anyone have experience with Metascape? How reliable the networks are and what can be done to convince someone (potential reviewers) that they are showing the true biology?
I would really appreciate any insights.
Thank you,
Best,
Sandeep
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In consideration with Mª Angeles Zorrilla Lopez-Perea
R-Studio is the best one and available for free access.
Thanks
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My IV consists of two questions:
1. How likely is it that you would purchase a cosmetic product that is recommended by a friend, family member or colleague?
2. How likely is it that you would purchase a cosmetic product that is recommended by a (beauty) influencer on social media?
Both questions were analyzed using likert scale. My question, how can I test the significance of these?
Thank you in advance!
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You could test whether the mean is significantly different from the neutral point of the scale in both cases.
You can also test whether the mean difference across the two questions is significantly different using a paired samples t test of respondents answered both questions or an independent samples t test if the responses came from two different groups.
It may be also interesting to ask questions of these as dependent variables such as whether intentions to recommend are more likely to be differ across likely covariates you have in the data such as age, gender, etc. You could use regression here or more complicated forms to account for the common error across both DVs simultaneously.
Hope that gives you a few ideas
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Images are beautiful and remain to prove a movement or a particular landscape may not be repeated again and everyone is affected by a particular image. The effect is positive with beautiful pictures and negative with other pictures
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The pictures of the great persons like the attached ones. The pictures speak for themselves.
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I've been working on a new methodology for the synthesis of Triazene (N=N-NH). As long as I use deuterated acetone, I can take a beautiful NMR whereas using CDCl3 gives me a messy NMR for the same sample. I know working with triazene is a bit tricky and can be decomposed in acidic medium. I know CDCl3 could be a bit acidic. However, most of the published reports used CDCl3 for taking NMR and a few cases d-DMSO. I couldn't find any paper using d-acetone and I think I might have some thing else in it. Considering that, my NMR using d-acetone completely makes sense.
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ليس لديه اي فكره عن موضوع
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Soil health and plant health operate in a consequential manner with a cause -and -effect relationship. These days , with the implementation of OMICS- aided tools , new prospects are unfolding to undertake  pyramiding of traits associated with plant growth promotion and disease resistance. And fortunately , the centre of origin of both types of traits are residing inside the microbial framework , either soil or plant  .  In this background , lets initiate some  discussion about the microbes having dual abilities  , how far have we been successful in tapping the  vast potential of unseen drivers of plant life on this beautiful planet , earth  ....
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Nice question , provided we succeed in identifying the loci of different traits on a micorbial genome , offering resistance against a variety of pathogens ailing plants , either directly or through soil eccentric pathogens . It will be an epic success , if we further succeed in introducing the signature DNA fragment into the target plants , as a micorbially improved plants loaded with multiple resistance , be it pathogens alone....
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I tried to directly cut the cell with a glass-cutter, but the cross-section is not very flat and couldn't focus very well in SEM. I deposited a very thin Au layer but still make any change to it. I searched online and found someone did it by glass-cutter and liquid nitrogen flip, and some papers mentioned using FIB for this SEM image. May I ask which should be the best way for taking this cross-section SEM image? Are there any specific concerns that I have to take care of during the process?
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I am also looking for an uncomplicated method and I believe that the method with liquid nitrogen and glass cutter is the handiest.
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Is a beautiful day, what is your opinion.
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Yes, its a beautiful day.
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Emma is 13, she has talent for art and sport. It's easy for her to play a beautiful guitar tune with emotion, and no girls run faster than her in PE class.
However she struggles in Maths, a subject which she could never achieve grade B+. It's hard to say on which she should focus at this age, and Emma doesn't love Maths more, only wants to prove something in school.
What can we do? 13 is a special age period, and it's impossible to change the environment immediately, what are the better ways to help pupils be aware of their talents?
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Use humor in order to be interactive with your students. Laughing and smiling with your students is a bonding device that will help the communication go in both directions. Check out this PowerPoint:
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I fabricated the pure MAPbI3 perovskite thin films before by spin-coating and Diethyl ether anti-solvent, and I could get some beautiful black and mirror-like perovskite surface. Then I transferred to the recipe with (FAMACS) combination and FA is the main part still with diethyl ether as anti-solvent, but the surface looks foggy and there is a ring in the middle. The thin film could still show a strong PL peak at the expected position, but I am not sure if it is normal for a perovskite layer that could be fabricated to a high-efficiency solar cell?
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Jinze Cai I am having a similar problem with the formation of the foggy layer and ring at the center. I think Nikolaos Tzoganakis argument is valid. Moreover, I have also observed that FA cation might also have some role in assisting the formation of the ring at the center of the film. Since I have not seen ring formation for pristine MAPbI3 based perovskites.
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I am not from the field of experimental aesthetics. But my project is partially based on some theories from this field. While I reading the classic literature, I noticed that many well-known researchers in this field (e.g., Reber et al., 2004; Valentine, 2015) all mentioned that the concept of "beauty" is not directly measured, but instead approached by measures of liking, pleasure and preference.
Here comes the question: why the aestheticians and psychologists do not directly ask participants to judge/rate "beautifulness" of a target stimulus?
Your opinions and answers would be highly welcomed and appreciated.
Reber, R., Schwarz, N., & Winkielman, P. (2004). Processing fluency and aesthetic pleasure: Is beauty in the perceiver's processing experience?. Personality and social psychology review, 8(4), 364-382.
Valentine, C. W. (2015). The experimental psychology of beauty.
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The possible distinctness of beauty, and its relation to pleasure is discussed at length in
M. Skov & M. Nadal (2020). The nature of beauty. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1111/nyas.14524
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Measuring and Mapping Urban Beauty
Academic research in ‘Landscape Aesthetics’ (Beauty) appears to dominated by Philosophy of Aesthetics (predominately non-spatial), Landscape Architecture (Site/design specific, or Recreational/Park landscape focussed), Landscape Management/Economics (Rural/Recreational/Infrastructural focussed) and Environmental Psycology.
I’m researching Urban Based, city wide Methodologies in the measuring and mapping of urban beauty.
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Some of the trending research topics are:
Urban biodiversity mapping, urban eco-mosaic mapping, visual quality vs. calculated landscape quality, etc.
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I've been having a hard time forming an endothelial monolayer with good tight junctions. The person who trained me on the culture of endothelial cells worked mostly with mouse BMEC, and he used ZO-1 to visualize tight junctions. He didn't get much of an internal signal of ZO-1 when he would do his staining, but I always get massive amounts of it (regardless of if I permeabilize the cells or not). I've attached images of my cells (hBMEC, passage 4), stained for ZO-1 & DAPI; the first image is 2 days of subculture, 2nd image is 4 days of culture (which didn't have as strong of a signal from ZO-1 & cells looked less confluent). Since subculturing the cells the first time, the quality of the cells only deteriorated, and idk why. I coat my dishes/flasks with fibronectin & seed at 5,000-10,000 cells/cm^2. Cells would be confluent in 2-3 days initially, but now it takes over a week! I started off using media from Lonza for microvascular endothelial cells & recently switched to one from Cell Biologics (where I bought the cells from) for human microvascular endothelial cells. Nothing I change up seems to help much :(
I've been struggling with them for awhile now...my current hypothesis is that I have a mycoplasma contamination in the lab, but nobody I talk to has any experience with that. The cells were beautiful when they first came in, but after about a week they started looking funky, growing slower, & detaching more frequently. The media never changed color or looked cloudy & I don't see anything weird floating in the media besides detached cells.
Any help would be much appreciated.
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Endothelial cells cannot be 100% confluent. They start to die and detach after get full confluency. Also, trypsin does negatively affect endothelial cell viability. You cannot passage these cells too many times. Preferably, you thaw the cells and do experience as soon as the cells get 70-80% confluency. Hope it help.
There are also affordable mycoplasma detection kits
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I am doing bayesian analysis of Partial CprM region of dengue virus serorype 3 using beast v.1.10.4 . In the end of the analysis i have to calculate tmrca and rate of nucleotide substitution. Do i need to specify the tip dates for each individual sequence while generating xml file using beauti? Does absence of tip dates affects the results? What if i proceed the analysis by leaving the tip dates alone ? Please suggest
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Arshi Islam You have too use tip dates to be able to infer the tMRCAs
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I'm a beginner with BEAST analysis. I'm working on few Primate species and I had taken NCBI published date for tip dating. I need to calculate the date of divergence with BEAST1.10.4. also I am not able to understand Tracer and fig tree output. I had collected several data from BEAST but I'm not able to understand the parameters and values im getting. im sharing some data of what I had done till now, for reference.
Thank you in advance.
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Thanks a lot Malik Sallam
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On trapping of point defects.....Are dislocations beautiful enough ;) Just kidding. Please suggest good literature on interaction between point defects and dislocations. Best reply will be in case someone can explain the mechanism. Thanks in anticipation.
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Both dislocation and the point defect have stress fields, which are associated with strain energy. A point defect, in vicinity of a line defect may partially cancel out each other's stress field, thereby leading to reduction in elastic energy. Thus, the migration of a point defect towards a dislocation is energetically favorable.
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Aesthetic teaching, which manifests itself in art and other subjects, increases the curiosity about beauty in nature and in humans. This sense of beauty is reflected in relevant activities and discussions centered on the subject of beauty, especially in art and creative work (Senemogl & Gency, 2001). Art is one of the variables that has been shown to have the greatest effect on beauty in awakening (Schirmacher, 1986). In the present study, the relationship between aesthetic teaching and attitude towards school was investigated. The results showed that the effect of aesthetic education and teaching on school attitude was significant. This finding is consistent with the results of many studies, some of which are mentioned below. The results of the study showed that teaching aesthetics in English language classes using paintings, pictures, stories, elements of popular culture (proverbs, sayings of elders) and its parallel application along with teaching helps to develop vocabulary and learn them better . They acknowledged that the results of this study could be used in English language teaching and learning classes; because teaching based on aesthetics improves the performance of learners. Dyganova & Karkina (2015) in a study aimed at teaching the aesthetics of music, found that the integration of words with music, as a means of teaching based on an individualistic approach, ensures the success of operations and learning. Innovative art courses by combining words in music as a means of teaching student-centered aesthetics will increase the efficiency of the learning process and will also allow higher education institutions to pursue beauty education as an integrated system.
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Very interesting findings. They follow what I have experienced from my own education where aesthetics has been integrated.
One can hope those findings will be used generally in education.
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my Dear friends
Hi,
Do you think that it is professional ethics if a professor deliberately keeps his student out of his room for two hours?
Is it right/true that a student because of his interest in learning, humiliated?
is it beautiful for a professor to send his student on false errand?
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Prof. M. D.H. Prodhan has pointed to a critical point when he said: "It is a common phenomenon that the peoples in the Government sectors are not doing their duty properly". Let us ask ourselves why?
I think they will do their job probably when they remember that Allah (Subhanahu wa Ta'ala) is always seeing them and provision is in His hands.
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Given the two following patterns: the left or the right, which one is more beautiful than another?
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Left.
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I developed many types of fractals by computer. I want what mean these beautiful things physically.
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General Relativity is not enough, is there a direction for improving?
General Relativity is a kind of beautiful and abstractive mathematical description of the physical world, it does not reveal the physical nature of the physical world.
General Relativity sprang out of Maxwell’s equations; hence, the ideal approximation of frictionless vacuum was inherited. General Relativity was built up from the foundation of Lagrange and Hamilton formulated mechanics, there is a certain limitation in both these formulations since they assume the forces to be conservative in their standard forms, friction and energy dissipation are not handled by these two formulations of mechanics including the abstractive theory of General Relativity based on them.
The author discovered a new direction for advancing, please read two articles by clicking the following links and give your kind advice:
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Dear Wenzhong Zhang
I do not know that the next article has any connection to your question:
But exist such point of General Relativity which cannot be disproved with a very simple example like in the case of disproving subduction of the plate tectonics:
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The Arabic language would not have survived without the Qur’an text, for it preserved its characteristics for us, and even showed those things that we are still dazzled by their beauty whenever we read and reflect on the letters of the Qur’an.
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بالتأكيد، يا حبذا لو أن هذا التأثير يشتد ويزداد لأن في ذلك حماية للغة العربية الصحيحة والأصيلة وفي ذلك زيادة في شعور العروبة بين الناطقين باللغة العربية! وهو شعور نحن بأشد الحاجة له في هذه الأيام
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We have an assay in development that uses a TMB substrate (100ul per well) and we read the plates both pre-and-post- "stop" (for now). Pre-stop, we see a beautiful full curve, saturation to extinction. Upon addition of 100ul per well of 1% SDS solution, the saturation portion of the curve completely flattens out.
We've tried different concentrations (1% vs. 2%, 3%) as well as each of those with a reduced volume of 50ul per well - is it a physical problem with the reader or light absorbance?
We don't want to stop with H2SO4 as our maximum OD values are sitting at a beautiful 2.0 right now.
We have not, however, seen this on other assays in the lab. Any experience on this? It's a new one for me.
Thanks!
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Hello Laurel
I feel you need to optimize the TMB reaction time prior to adding the stop solution. Have you seen any difference by trying different concentrations of SDS ?
Thank you.
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considering women including me😉 , use various beauty products for a clear and fair skin? have u ever thought that how does their ingredients affects each other on your skin?
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I love natural without cosmetics😁👍👍👍
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The Nobel Prize in Literature 2020
The Nobel Prize in Literature 2020 was awarded to Louise Glück "for her unmistakable poetic voice that with austere beauty makes individual existence universal."
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Dear Professor Michele,
Thanks for your opinion about this year's Nobel Laureate in Literature. I too have no idea about this Great Literati never before. Thanks for your constructive opinion about the
literary work of Mrs. Luise Gluck.
Regards,
Md Osim, India 🌹🥀
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At the start of the 21st Century, “single-use” plastics are widespread and “simply-put“ found in almost every product and application. As we move forward towards a greater level of sustainability and green building initiatives among others and try to look after our planet and environment at least to some extend, recycling and reuse of commodities and products is becoming more and more essential.
in order to curb “plastic - air and environmental pollution” as well as to reduce the “sea pollution” of our Oceans, several States in the USA and other global communities have started to “ban” “single-use“ plastics. Plastic can remain in our landfills for centuries and can be viewed as a detriment to our beautiful planet. All in all, it is everyone’s responsibility to protect our planet to the best extent possible and to assure future generations will be able to enjoy the planet to at least the level we can at the present time.
Do you agree or disagree with the “ban” on “single-use” plastics and why? What can we do better?
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Dear Christian
Regarding this topic and as a researcher in the packaging area, I have always believed that the problem is more related to education than to the materials themselves. The sustainability problem in the plastics industry has to do with the habits and culture of the populations. You can create the best package or any other plastic object to make people's lives easier as packaging tries, but if there is no responsibility on the part of the users, there will never be a true solution. We always want to leave the problem for someone else. In my case, I separate at the source and facilitate recycling. I do that at home as an individual, while as a researcher I work on biodegradable systems and with the use of natural compounds. Finally, I agree with the elimination of some single-use plastic objects such as coffee glasses or straws (because it encourages user education), while I also believe that in terms of the packaging industry, from its design, its reuse should be encouraged using QR codes or other forms of information to the consumer for their awareness and generation of recycling ideas.
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Greetings,
Recently I have been assigned several tasks of making presentations for webinar by a superior. The presentations are mainly about treatments in oncology such as immunotherapy and targeted therapy.
In the process of making the presentation, a few graphs such as kaplan-meier survival are needed to be included in the PowerPoint presentation. However, I then suddenly remembered that several speakers in symposiums had this sort of beautiful graph (Picture 1.). When I check the PowerPoint file, it is as if they design or make the graph in the PowerPoint directly, resulting in a well-suited graph for viewing.
On the other hand, the best that I could do was downloading the figure or slides directly from the journal and even then, it was still horrendous occasionally and unsuitable for presentation in my opinion (Picture 2.)
I want to ask whether there is an easy way to make beautiful graph like in picture 1 without allocating significant time. I also want to know how they do it. Do they use professional designers in the firstplace or is there an automatic software to make this?
Many thanks for the help
Kevin
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Kevin Winston, if you know MS office, then it is so easy, make/draw chart/ graphs etc in MS Excel, and copy/paste to MS Power point as mentioned by Dr. Dariusz Prokopowicz.
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Dear Sir or Madam,
Research gate offers an application for I Phone (IOS system) but not for other phones (Android system for example). However, the Android system now represents 77% of the market....
I would find it very interesting if everyone could access Research Gate via a mobile application: so it's a little suggestion because I'm a fan of your platform.
Thank you for this beautiful network!
Best wishes,
Laura Carmouze
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Yes, very necessary.
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I encountered some problem to detect TLR3 for my western. I did not get any bands. After reading a bunch of literature, I am not sure exactly what I did was wrong. I appreciate if anyone has worked with TLR3 to give me some tips.
Buffer: RIPA to lyse DLD-1 cells for 30 mins at 4oC
Lysate was cleared by centrifugation but no sonication
65 ug total protein was loaded each well. Lysate was loaded with the LDS non reducing sample buffer
I also tested a range of sample denaturing conditions before loading the gel: boiling at 95oC for 5 min, 65 for 5 min, 30oC for 5 min, 0oC for 5 min
I read that some people said for membrane proteins, do not boil them, but also other papers published beautiful data with their samples boiled at 95oC.
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Is it the first time that you use this antibody for WB, what is its reference? Have you tried optimizing its concentration etc? A positive control in the gel would be great. At what speed did you do the centrifugation step?
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Growing flowers and plants is an important hobby for many, as it helps to create positive energy in the soul, and its beautiful appearance increases the beauty of the place, but it certainly needs special care in order to stay ripe.
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I love plants and feeling a seed germinates is all my great pleasure...
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Every women seeks to be vivid and charm,
standards are changing as we speak. What was considered perfect-looking and gorgeous 10 years ago is totally different now. Each year some new feature comes up that makes women tweak their appearance just a little bit to match the new trend. Yet lately there’s been a positive shift towards natural beauty in fashion industry. This means less pressure on ladies to look skinny and bony both on catwalks and in real life. More plus models are appearing in fashion magazines and shops, reminding everyone of the diversity of female body shapes and personalities. As for India, one of its main beauty standards has always been a voluptuous woman, whose curves were a sign of health, wealth, and prosperity. This, too, changed with the fashion trends coming from the East, and now curvaceous Indian women are slowly taking back their positions both in real life and in fashion industry. Here are top 7 Indian plus models that look simply stunning.so are there new rules to make womens more happy and charm?
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memorizing Instagram profile
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Environment has Corelation with Climate Change. We are enjoying beauty of Nature being in Lockdown. How long it is going to continue and what will be its effects in post Covid period
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Yes of course. It would positively affect climate change as there have been reduced emission of harmful chemicals into the atmosphere, and reduced industrial activities which had badly affected climate parameters in the past. Compare the weather conditions of industrialized countries before and during this Covid-19 Lock-down.
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I had experience when I followed a textbook grant to the Indonesian government in 2011, a book I wrote for 11 months, I was full of confidence at that time, and it turned out FAILED. I felt devastated for one year and never wanted to write again, in 2012 I tried again to submit a grant, along with nine friends, after the announcement of one month came out, and the result was only me who succeeded. fail is beautiful. Actual failure is wisdom. thanks you all.
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Esraa Ghazy, thank you for your contribution, there are indeed many factors that can make us able to rise, including the will and courage. Regards.
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Recently, I transplanted stem cuttings of Plum trees in my farmland. Just two month after the transplant, I snapped two beautiful birds resting on the cuttings. I also noticed eggs laid by an insect. This made me to think many of the ecosystem services offered by our trees in maintaining gene pool, biodiversity etc. What came to my mind is that what happens if we kept on cutting tesw trees without replanting?
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No trees No Life
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Ornaments especially give beauty to girls and ladies. Now a days, boys and men are also wearing ornaments. Ornaments also resemble the status symbol in society. Are ornaments necessary and important for human being?
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Nice question
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Although the idea of beauty (of and in cities) has always been debated and discussed in the literature, today it seems to remain an incredible vast concept (hardly categorized) on which is difficult to agree upon. When a city or part of it becomes beautiful? What makes it so? I know this topic can sound a bit out of date or inappropriate in this time of global emergency, yet I believe beauty is still one of the greatest hopes for our civil societies.
Do you have any good recommendation of texts dealing directly with this issue?
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In my opinion “beauty” in city goes together with how people use the design of a city. Some cities look beautiful to many people in pictures but people can’t use this “beauty” in everyday life. “Cities for People” from Jan Gehl presents great examplse how “beauty” and “use of cities” can go together.
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Hi everybody -
I'm interested in getting a current picture of what academic institutions have interest in aesthetics and neuroaesthetics. Where are researchers in this field concentrated? Do you know of a psych or neuro department where student or faculty interest in this research area is increasing? Are there any new programs, courses, or centers out there? Do tell!
Thanks,
Ed
My obvious additions to this list:
  • Max Planck Inst. for Empirical Aesthetics in Frankfurt, Germany
  • New York University (Psych Dept.)
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Aalto University Helsinki
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Beyond the beautiful lines or webs showing how connected an individual is, what other meaningful analysis could be done? for instance, are those directly connected the the individual more important or useful to those connected through others?
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Social Networks are the most important way to obtain valuable information in marketing, like communities, or influencers. All those interesting aspects may be useful for Community Managers, or for Marketing Campaign design, targetting the products to the right sets of people in the Social Network. Crime detection.
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c-global retrieved is the consequence of a fourth mega implication of Einstein 1907 having been found belatedly.
It has mega implications. For example, no cosmic expansion any more, with belated rehabilitation of Fritz Zwicky 1929 as a super-mind.
And humankind can with a good conscience start building interactively controllable fusion reactors based on Cryodynamics, the new sister of Thermodynamics confirmed by c-global.
But on the other hand, about ten Nobel medals lose their value which fact is very embarrassing indeed. So the most negative consequence may be that people lose their confidence in science if indeed a 9 decades long collective IQ blunder needs to be acknowledged by the scientific community, as is now the case.
But on the other hand, nothing has ever better attested to the future of science than this maximally belated self-repair. So the gone-by Big Bang can create a new enthusiasm about the prospects of science for the young generation. “Thinking helps,” both according to Hewlett-Packard and to reality.
Now c-global can even help CERN acknowledge its inability for 12 years to renew its planetary safety report LSAG.
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It is right
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As a concept. beauty is determined as part of aesthetics, culture, social psychology, philosophy and sociology.
In some cultures, beauty is an esoteric concept. What is your idea about a true beauty?
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Real beauty is forgetting about yourself and forgetting about your outward “beauty.” A woman like this does not need a man and is doing perfectly okay without one. She knows a man does not define her. This comes with confidence as well.