Douglas Richardson

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Biological specimens are intrinsically three dimensional; however, because of the obscuring effects of light scatter, imaging deep into a tissue volume is problematic. Although efforts to eliminate the scatter by "clearing" the tissue have been ongoing for over a century, there have been a large number of recent innovations. This Review introduces the(More)
The clouded leopard, Neofelis nebulosa, is an endangered semiarboreal felid with a wide distribution in tropical forests of southern and southeast Asia, including the islands of Sumatra and Borneo in the Indonesian archipelago. In common with many larger animal species, it displays morphological variation within its wide geographical range and is currently(More)
RET encodes a receptor tyrosine kinase that is essential for spermatogenesis, development of the sensory, sympathetic, parasympathetic, and enteric nervous systems and the kidneys, as well as for maintenance of adult midbrain dopaminergic neurons. RET is alternatively spliced to encode multiple isoforms that differ in their C-terminal amino acids. The RET9(More)
Traditionally, academics applied to, and were welcomed into, a singular department at a university or college. This department often had its own building that sat isolated from the others on campus creating literal walls between disciplines. It was rare to see biologists interact with physicists, or chemists talk to mathematicians and even rarer to see(More)
  • Piyush Chaunsali, Seungmin Lim, Paramita Mondal, Douglas Foutch, Douglas Richardson, Ying Tung +17 others
  • 2013
This report discusses the application of expansive cements (Type K and Type G) and shrinkage-reducing admixtures (SRAs) in reducing the cracking due to drying shrinkage. The Type K expansive cement contained portland cement and calcium sulfoaluminate-based component whereas the Type G expansive system was made of portland cement and CaO-based component. The(More)
There were more than 30 million foreign-born Americans in 2002. Immigration waves have shaped the United States throughout its history. Founded in 1929, the Population Reference Bureau is the leader in providing timely and objective information on U.S. and international population trends and their implications. PRB informs policymakers, educators, the(More)
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