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    • The relationship between fears of cancer recurrence and patient gender : a systematic review and meta-analysis 

      Pang, Chuan; Humphris, Gerald Michael (2021-02-22) - Journal item
      Background: A significant concern for patients treated for cancer is fear of cancer recurrence (FCR). Although a common experience, some patients report high levels of FCR that are difficult to manage and result in over ...
    • Direct-ARPES and STM investigation of FeSe thin film growth by Nd:YAG laser 

      Chaluvadi, Sandeep Kumar; Mondal, Debashis; Bigi, Chiara; Fujii, Jun; Adhikari, Rajdeep; Ciancio, Regina; Bonanni, Alberta; Panaccione, Giancarlo; Rossi, Giorgio; Vobornik, Ivana; Orgiani, Pasquale (2021-02-26) - Journal article
      Research on ultrathin quantum materials requires full control of the growth and surface quality of the specimens in order to perform experiments on their atomic structure and electron states leading to ultimate analysis ...
    • Size and structures of disks around very low mass stars in the Taurus star-forming region 

      Kurtovic, N. T.; Pinilla, P.; Long, F.; Benisty, M.; Manara, C. F.; Natta, A.; Pascucci, I.; Ricci, L.; Scholz, A.; Testi, L. (2021-01) - Journal article
      Context. The discovery of giant planets orbiting very low mass stars (VLMS) and the recent observed substructu res in disks aroundVLMS is challenging planet formation models. Specifically, radial drift of dust particles ...
    • New radial velocity observations of AH Her : Evidence for material outside the tidal radius 

      Echevarriá, J.; Hernández Santisteban, J. V.; Segura Montero, O.; Ramírez, S. H.; Ruelas-Mayorga, A.; Sánchez, L. J.; Michel, R.; Costero, R.; González-Buitrago, D. H.; Olivares, J. (2021-02-01) - Journal article
      Spectroscopic observations of AH Herculis during a deep quiescent state are put forward. We found the object in a rare long minima, allowing us to derive accurately the semi-amplitudes: K1 =121 ± 4 km s-1 and K2 = 152 ± 2 ...
    • Mapping the spectral index of Cassiopeia A : evidence for flattening from radio to infrared 

      Domček, V; Vink, J; Hernández Santisteban, J V; DeLaney, T; Zhou, P (2021-03) - Journal article
      Synchrotron radiation from supernova remnants is caused by electrons accelerated through diffusive shock acceleration (DSA). The standard DSA theory predicts an electron spectral index of p = 2, corresponding to a radio ...