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Energies, Vol. 7, Pages 8317-8337: Energy Consumption of a Battery Electric Vehicle with Infinitely Variable Transmission

12-12-2014 | Bottiglione, Francesco ; De Pinto, Stefano ; Mantriota, Giacomo ; Sorniotti, Aldo, Energies, 2014

Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) represent a possible sustainable solution for personal urban transportation. Presently, the most limiting characteristic of BEVs is their short range, mainly because of battery technology limitations. A proper design and control of the drivetrain, aimed at ...

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In This Issue [This Week in PNAS]

09-12-2014 | Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

Chemical gardens in quasi-2D Chemical gardens in confined geometry. When clumps of some solid metal salts are dropped into an anionic solution such as water glass, the salts tend to precipitate into a dazzling array of crystals with tendrils and offshoots that resemble a lush garden. Chemical ...

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Solution Structure of the SGTA Dimerisation Domain and Investigation of Its Interactions with the Ubiquitin-Like Domains of BAG6 and UBL4A

21-11-2014 | John F. Darby et al., PLoS ONE, 2014

by John F. Darby, Ewelina M. Krysztofinska, Peter J. Simpson, Aline C. Simon, Pawel Leznicki, Newran Sriskandarajah, David S. Bishop, Lisa R. Hale, Caterina Alfano, Maria R. Conte, Santiago Martínez-Lumbreras, Arjun Thapaliya, Stephen High, Rivka L. Isaacson Background The BAG6 complex resides ...

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Energies, Vol. 7, Pages 7519-7534: A Recursive Solution for Power-Transmission Loss in DC-Powered Networks

18-11-2014 | Kim, Sehwan ; Chou, Pai H., Energies, 2014

This article presents a recursive solution to the power-transmission loss in DC-powered networks. In such a network, the load cannot be modeled as a fixed equivalent resistance value, since the switching regulator may draw more or less current based on the actual supply voltage to meet the power ...

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Perspective: We need a global solution

13-11-2014 | Isaac Odame, Nature, 2014

Perspective: We need a global solution Nature. doi:10.1038/515S10a Author: Isaac Odame The disparity in outcomes for children with sickle-cell disease in developed and developing countries is an injustice, says Isaac Odame.

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Multiple patterns of polymer gels in microspheres due to the interplay among phase separation, wetting, and gelation [Applied Physical Sciences]

11-11-2014 | Miho Yanagisawa; Shinpei Nigorikawa; Takahiro Sakaue; Kei Fujiwara; Masayuki Tokita, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

We report the spontaneous patterning of polymer microgels by confining a polymer blend within microspheres. A poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) and gelatin solution was confined inside water-in-oil (W/O) microdroplets coated with a layer of zwitterionic lipids: dioleoylphosphatidylethanolamine (PE) and ...

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Land‐based production of animal protein: impacts, efficiency, and sustainability

05-11-2014 | Guoyao Wu, Fuller W. Bazer, H. Russell Cross, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2014

Land‐based production of high‐quality protein by livestock and poultry plays an important role in improving human nutrition, growth, and health, as well as economical and social developments worldwide. With exponential growth of the global population and marked rises in meat consumption per ...

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Migrant solution to the anammox mystery [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences]

04-11-2014 | Cecelia C. S. Hannides, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

Every night a massive migration takes place in ocean waters. Zooplankton and micronekton, a diverse group of organisms <1 mm to 10 cm in size, swim up from midwater depths (200–700 m) to the surface ocean to feed and return down to resting depths before daybreak. The importance of this...

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Solution structures of Mengovirus Leader protein, its phosphorylated derivatives, and in complex with nuclear transport regulatory protein, RanGTPase [Microbiology]

04-11-2014 | Valjean R. Bacot-Davis; Jessica J. Ciomperlik; Holly A. Basta; Claudia C. Cornilescu; Ann C. Palmenberg, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

Cardiovirus Leader (L) proteins induce potent antihost inhibition of active cellular nucleocytoplasmic trafficking by triggering aberrant hyperphosphorylation of nuclear pore proteins (Nup). To achieve this, L binds protein RanGTPase (Ran), a key trafficking regulator, and diverts it into ...

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Waking sleeping algal cells [Plant Biology]

04-11-2014 | Xiaobo Li; James G. Umen; Martin C. Jonikas, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

Our growing energy demands and decreasing reserves of fossil fuels call for the development of renewable energy solutions. Biodiesel derived from plant triacylglycerol (TAG) storage lipids can be used in diesel engines directly and is thus a drop-in solution to offset the increasing demand for ...

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