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    • Naturally occurring and biomimetic synthesized calcite spherulites 

      Wu, Shitao; Blake, Justine; Guo, Li; Zhou, Wuzong (2020-04-17) - Journal article
      Naturally occurring calcite spherulitic particles were collected from East Kirkton Quarry in Bathgate, Scotland. Their microstructure has been revealed, by using XRD, EDX, SEM and HRTEM, to consist of a low crystallinity ...
    • Forms of difference in Sorcières 

      Spencer, Catherine Elizabeth (2019) - Journal article
      Art practice and organizing occupied a significant but precarious place in the groups and networks that made up the Mouvement de libération des femmes (MLF) in France during the 1970s. This was reflected in the relatively ...
    • Naturally occurring and biomimetic synthesized calcite spherulites 

      Wu, Shitao; Blake, Justine; Guo, Li; Zhou, Wuzong (2020-04-17) - Journal article
      Naturally occurring calcite spherulitic particles were collected from East Kirkton Quarry in Bathgate, Scotland. Their microstructure has been revealed, by using XRD, EDX, SEM and HRTEM, to consist of a low crystallinity ...
    • High resolution soft x-ray spectroscopy and the quest for the hot (5–10 MK) plasma in solar active regions 

      Del Zanna, Giulio; Andretta, Vincenzo; Cargill, Peter J.; Corso, Alain J.; Daw, Adrian N.; Golub, Leon; Klimchuk, James A.; Mason, Helen E. (2021-04-12) - Journal article
      We discuss the diagnostics available to study the 5–10 MK plasma in the solar corona, which is key to understanding the heating in the cores of solar active regions. We present several simulated spectra, and show that ...
    • Cell force-driven basement membrane disruption fuels EGF- and stiffness-induced invasive cell dissemination from benign breast gland acini 

      Gaiko-Shcherbak, Aljona; Eschenbruch, Julian; Kronenberg, Nils M.; Teske, Michael; Wolters, Benjamin; Springer, Ronald; Gather, Malte C.; Merkel, Rudolf; Hoffmann, Bernd; Noetzel, Erik (2021-04-12) - Journal article
      Local basement membrane (BM) disruption marks the initial step of breast cancer invasion. The activation mechanisms of force-driven BM-weakening remain elusive. We studied the mechanical response of MCF10A-derived human ...