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    • The modern invention of ‘dynasty’ : an introduction 

      Afanasyev, Ilya; Banerjee, Milinda (2020-07-22) - Journal article
      Historians tend to take ‘dynasty’ for granted. It is assumed that ‘we’ know what ‘dynasty’ is; and that the concept unproblematically corresponds to the empirical reality of a historical institution present in all ‘pre-modern’ ...
    • Indirect protection by reducing transmission : ending the pandemic with SARS-CoV-2 vaccination 

      Richterman, Aaron; Meyerowitz, Eric A; Cevik, Muge (2022-02-20) - Journal article
    • Exploring azetidinium as the A-site in organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites 

      Tian, Jiyu (University of St Andrews, 2021-11-30) - Thesis
      Organic inorganic hybrid perovskites (OIHPs) have appealing optoelectronic properties. As sample preparation is relatively straightforward, there are opportunities to investigate novel compositions and structures. This ...
    • Nucleotide usage biases distort inferences of the species tree 

      Borges, Rui; Boussau, Bastien; Szöllősi, Gergely J; Kosiol, Carolin (2022-01) - Journal article
      Despite the importance of natural selection in species' evolutionary history, phylogenetic methods that take into account population-level processes typically ignore selection. The assumption of neutrality is often based ...
    • Age of the oldest known Homo sapiens from eastern Africa 

      Vidal, Céline M.; Lane, Christine S.; Asrat, Asfawossen; Barfod, Dan N.; Mark, Darren F.; Tomlinson, Emma L.; Tadesse, Amdemichael Zafu; Yirgu, Gezahegn; Deino, Alan; Hutchison, William; Mounier, Aurélien; Oppenheimer, Clive (2022-01-12) - Journal article
      Efforts to date the oldest modern human fossils in eastern Africa, from Omo-Kibish1,2,3 and Herto4,5 in Ethiopia, have drawn on a variety of chronometric evidence, including 40Ar/39Ar ages of stratigraphically associated ...