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Global climate change is experienced very differently across race, gender, class and nationality. Wealthy people in the Global North who generate the most carbon emissions have been apathetic regarding climate change, considering it a low priority in relation to other social problems. Meanwhile climate impacts are felt most acutely by women of color in the(More)
  • Şìmal Özen, Liadi, +13 authors Thomas
  • 2010
Low intensity electric fields have been suggested to affect ongoing neuronal activity in both in vitro studies and in human studies. However, the physiological mechanism of how weak electrical fields affect and interact with intact brain activity is not well understood. I performed in vivo extracellular and intracellular recordings from the neocortex of(More)
The enlargement * of the EU from 15 to 25 states, on 1 May 2004, has been a spectacular success, pointing to the enormous transformative power of the prospect of European integration. Now that the Central and East European Countries (CEECs) have been accepted as new member states, only seven South East Euro-pean countries remain outside the Union. In this(More)
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