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ID32376859Published Date2020-05-06JournalNature communications, 2020-05-06, Volume 11
Quasiperiodic systems are aperiodic but deterministic, so their critical behavior differs from that of clean systems and disordered ones as well. Quasiperiodic criticality was previously understood only in the special limit where the couplings follow discrete quasiperiodic sequences. Here we consider generic quasiperiodic modulations; we find, remarkably, that for a wide class of spin chains, generic quasiperiodic modulations flow to discrete sequences under a real-space renormalization-group…
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ReferenceAH/T008024/1Funding AgencyUnited Kingdom Research and InnovationEffective Date2020-03-31Expiration Date2024-03-31Funding Amount$2,314,013
"Creating Safer Space" is a four-year international, interdisciplinary research network, which supports local civilian processes that build sustainable structures of protection from physical harm for and with communities affected by violent conflict. The Network brings together conflict-affected communities, protection practitioners, academics, policymakers and artists to jointly work on the vision of enhancing unarmed protection practices, which create safer space for communities a…
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ID31987852Published Date2020-01-24JournalBiochemical pharmacology, 2020-01-24
Curcumin has been at the center of vigorous research and major debate during the past decade. Inspired by its anti-inflammatory properties, many curcumin-based products are being sold now to manage various forms of arthritis. Parallel preclinical studies have established its role in dissolving beta-amyloid plaques, tau-based neurofibrillary tangles, and also alpha-synuclein-linked protein aggregates typically observed in Parkinson's disease. In cancer research, most cancer cells in culture ar…
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ID31765207Published Date2019-11-08JournalPhysical review letters, 2019-11-08, Volume 123
We characterize the early stages of the approach to equilibrium in isolated quantum systems through the evolution of the entanglement spectrum. We find that the entanglement spectrum of a subsystem evolves with three distinct timescales. First, on an o(1) timescale, independent of system or subsystem size and the details of the dynamics, the entanglement spectrum develops nearest-neighbor level repulsion. The second timescale sets in when the light cone has traversed the subsystem. Between th…
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ID31288061Published Date2019-11-05JournalBehavioural brain research, 2019-11-05, Volume 373
Anxiety disorders affect nearly twice as many women as men. However, little is known regarding sex-dependent developmental behavioral differences and whether there is an association with later life anxiety disorders. The present study assessed the developmental-behavioral milestones (DBMs) and their relationship with later life anxiety-like behaviors by comparing postnatal ultrasonic vocalizations (USVs) with open field (OF), elevated plus maze (EPM), and light/dark (LD) anxiety test outcomes…
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ID31663892Published Date2019-11-01JournalJAAPA : official journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, 2019-11-01, Volume 32
Renocolic fistulas are abnormal connections between the upper urinary tract and the colon. Chronic renal obstruction and delayed treatment of obstructive renal stones can lead to loss of renal function, inflammation of the kidney and surrounding structures, and the development of fistulas. However, due to the increased availability of CT scans and cystoscopy for diagnosis and treatment, renocolic fistulas resulting from obstructing renal stones have become rare. This article describes a patie…
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IDDOI:10.1163/15697320-12341603Published Date2020-05-08JournalInternational Journal of Public Theology, 2020-05-08, Volume 14
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ID31702243Published Date2019-10-25JournalPhysical review letters, 2019-10-25, Volume 123
We construct an interacting integrable Floquet model featuring quasiparticle excitations with topologically nontrivial chiral dispersion. This model is a fully quantum generalization of an integrable classical cellular automaton. We write down and solve the Bethe equations for the generalized quantum model and show that these take on a particularly simple form that allows for an exact solution: essentially, the quasiparticles behave like interacting hard rods. The generalized thermodynamics a…
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Award Number1910140Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2019-10-01Expiration Date2022-09-30Funding Amount$249,831
Today's Internet backbone is composed almost entirely of optical fibers. The deployment of new types of optical fibers, such as multicore or multimode optical fibers, can dramatically increase network capacity through transmission of multiple data streams over disjoint parallel spatial paths, a technique called space division multiplexing. This research project seeks to optimize the design of all-optical networks based on multicore fibers. The project's outcomes will help the academic and ind…
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ID30688140Published Date2019-09-15JournalJournal of neurotrauma, 2019-09-15, Volume 36
The horizontal ladder task is an established method to assess skilled locomotor recovery after neurological dysfunction. Walking speed is often used as a standardized measure in locomotor assessment of overground walking in human and pre-clinical studies, but the assessment of walking speed is typically ignored during skilled locomotor tasks. Ample empirical evidence indicates that walking speeds on the horizontal ladder are largely non-uniform after central nervous system trauma, suggesting …
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