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  • Michael Hamm—director, Rich Pirog—senior, +13 authors Kiraly
  • 2013
The authors would also like to thank the following individuals for their help in pilot testing and refining the survey: Findings from the survey showed that food hubs across the country are growing to broaden the distribution infrastructure for local food. From the survey, 62% of food hubs began operations within the last five years, 31% of food hubs had(More)
OBJECTIVE We have previously reported that grafting fibroblasts genetically modified to express brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) into a subtotal cervical hemisection site that destroys the entire lateral funiculus will promote regeneration of rubrospinal axons and growth of other axons, prevent atrophy and death of axotomized red nucleus neurons,(More)
Acknowledgments The MSQLI owes its existence to a number of people who gave generously of their time and expertise. At the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Dr. Robert Enteen served as project officer for the MSQLI contract. He was instrumental in guiding the MSQLI project from its inception through completion of the field testing. He assembled an expert(More)
  • M Tech, Pradyumn Shukla, +4 authors Zusammenfassung Der Levenberg-Marquardt
  • 2010
Acknowledgements First and foremost I would like to thank Prof. Andreas Fischer for introducing me to this subject and guiding me throught the course of my PhD. He has been a very attentive supervisor and I learned a lot during long discussions with him. It has been a long journey for me from correctly writing the Levenberg-Marquardt subproblem for the(More)
The topical application of the tumor promoter 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate (TPA) to murine skin produces acute inflammatory and hyperplas-tic responses that have been associated with the promotion stage of skin carcinogenesis. It has been shown in a previous study that TPA induces the expression of the highly inflammatory cytokine, interleukin(More)
  • Gary R Gordon, Suzanne Barber, +4 authors Fischer
  • 2009
o o b b b a a a l l l I I I d d d e e e n n n t t t i i i t t t y y y M M M a a a n n n a a a g g g e e e m m m e e e n n n t t t C C C h h h a a a l The Center for Applied Identity Management Research (CAIMR) is a non-profit corporation comprised of representatives from government, corporate, and academic institutions who share a common interest in the(More)
  • Jeffrey Scott Rawson, Michael J, David N Therien, Alvin L Beratan, Martin C Crumbliss, Fischer
  • 2014
Organic π-­‐‑ conjugated materials are emerging as commercially relevant components in electronic applications that include transistors, light-­‐‑ emitting diodes, and solar cells. One requirement common to all of these functions is an aptitude for accepting and transmitting charges. It is generally agreed that the development of organic semiconductors that(More)
Project Summary INTELLECTUAL MERIT. The Research Challenges. Energy sustainability is a theme of national and worldwide importance. Every aspect of our lives relies on energy, and societies as a whole are affected by the energy behavior of its citizens. The development of a more responsible use of energy is one of the most important goals in our society.(More)
In the experiments described in Fig. 3, the orientation arena was surrounded by a magnetic coil system that was used to control the field in which each lobster walked. The coil system consisted of two different independent four-coil systems arranged orthogonally 28. Each coil measured 2.3 m on a side. Lobsters were restricted by a tether to an area in the(More)