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Fresh approaches to vaccine development

Adam Gristwood
2018 EMBO Reports  
doi:10.15252/embr.201846675 pmid:30002117 pmcid:PMC6073068 fatcat:deqjz6jwbzg6rlys7vvd37pvb4

CSI wildlife

Adam Gristwood
2018 EMBO Reports  
doi:10.15252/embr.201847452 pmid:30552147 pmcid:PMC6322381 fatcat:ry337ghgpjaqhas632n5zerb5a

A focus on excellence

Adam Gristwood, Holger Breithaupt
2019 EMBO Reports  
The interview was conducted by Adam Gristwood and Holger Breithaupt ª 2019 The Authors EMBO reports 20: e47613 | 2019 ......................................................  ... 
doi:10.15252/embr.201847613 pmid:30642846 pmcid:PMC6362345 fatcat:2imbp2n6obaadbaaqgx6e4bmty

Public participation in science

Adam Gristwood
2019 EMBO Reports  
Public participation in science is opening up new research avenues. Recognising the potential of citizen science in fields such as health care could help science to better meet societal needs.
doi:10.15252/embr.201948797 pmid:31328854 pmcid:PMC6680115 fatcat:o77wo5avhjhbld255myipnkgou

Red lists, green lists and conservation

Adam Gristwood
2019 EMBO Reports  
The interview was conducted by Adam Gristwood. ...................................................... ". . . the Red List doesn't face towards any single application; rather it is very widely used across  ... 
doi:10.15252/embr.201949802 pmid:31880074 pmcid:PMC6944905 fatcat:oigxhocjh5grhlkwfgmpmkzbp4

Science in politics

Adam Gristwood, Holger Breithaupt
2019 EMBO Reports  
The interview was conducted by Adam Gristwood and Holger Breithaupt Fellowships.  ... 
doi:10.15252/embr.201948349 pmid:31133598 pmcid:PMC6549123 fatcat:6e65ror6xrh7pkogwjloomelnm

Ten Simple Rules for Organizing an Unconference

Aidan Budd, Holger Dinkel, Manuel Corpas, Jonathan C. Fuller, Laura Rubinat, Damien P. Devos, Pierre H. Khoueiry, Konrad U. Förstner, Fotis Georgatos, Francis Rowland, Malvika Sharan, Janos X. Binder (+5 others)
2015 PLoS Computational Biology  
Introduction An academic conference is a traditional platform for researchers and professionals to network and learn about recent developments and trends in a particular academic field [1] [2] [3] [4] . Typically, the organizing committees and sponsors decide the main theme and sub-topics of the conference and select the presenters based on peer-reviewed papers [5] . The selected speakers usually share their research with a large audience by means of presentations and posters. However, the most
more » ... stimulating discussions generally take place over coffee breaks when attendees can interact with each other and discuss various topics, including their own research interests, in a more informal manner [1, 6, 7], while expanding their own professional networks. An emphasis on facilitating such informal/networking interactions is a central focus of "unconventional conferences"-or "unconferences." While many people may not yet have taken part in an unconference, the concept has been around for more than two decades. Events with unconference formats, beginning as early as 1985, include Open Space Technology, Foo Camp, BarCamp, Birds of a Feather, EdCamp, ScienceOnline, and many others. The success of these events has made the unconference format increasingly popular and widely known [8] [9] [10] [11] . Unlike traditional conferences, an unconference is a participant-oriented meeting where the attendees decide on the agenda, discussion topics, workshops, and, often, even the time and venues. The informal and flexible program allows participants to suggest topics of their own interest and choose sessions accordingly. The format provides an excellent opportunity for PLOS Computational Biology |
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003905 pmid:25633715 pmcid:PMC4310607 fatcat:sbchf5znavdqrds6yionlfzwcu

Page 747 of None Vol. 144, Issue 3761 [page]

1927 None  
GRISTWOOD H. G. Wells in his introduction to this book says, ‘Mr. A. D.  ...  Sunday Times. 12s, 6d. net A BOOK ABOUT PARIS GEORGE AND PEARL ADAM A companion work to The London verambulator. Illustrated by H. F. Waring.  ... 

Lindau in the 21st Century: more women, more dialog, more passion: An interview with Countess Bettina Bernadotte and Wolfgang Schurer from the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings

A. Gristwood, A. M. Casano, I. Nikic
2015 EMBO Reports  
Adam Gristwood et al Lindau in the 21 st Century EMBO reports "When a scientist like Martin Chalfie invites a young Lindau participant to join his lab [. . .]  ... 
doi:10.15252/embr.201540242 pmid:25755257 pmcid:PMC4388607 fatcat:umpxvfjdbnh3rjj3gho3gvrfty

Page 143 of The Academy and Literature Vol. 40, Issue 1006 [page]

1891 The Academy and Literature  
By adame VAN ve VELDE. Beautifully Illustrated wit Twelv e Portraits. Daily News says: ‘‘ Madame Van de Velde has written two serious, var light and amusing, volumes on French Fiction of To-day.  ...  THE LADY of GRISTWOOD. FERN GOSSIP. By the Evrtor. THE EDITOR'S PORTRAIT. A STUDY of the MONTH. REPRODUCTIONS of NATIONAL GALLERY PICTURES. BITS of OULD ENGLAND. Firty Exeravines.  ... 

Page 222 of The Solicitors' Journal Vol. 24, Issue [page]

1880 The Solicitors' Journal  
Board act Durrans v Natl Mercantile Bank, limd act, wits In re Riddle Wearing v Crisp act, wits In re Abram Abram v Abram act, wits Stadbolm v Brown act, wits In re Bubb Bubb v Padwick fc spc Inre Bone Adams  ...  Burrow act Pern v Vignoles act Markwick v Hardingham act Dent v Ord act Brown v Howman act Redgate v Potts act Middlebrook v Rockett Rockett v Middlebrook act Ede v Coleman act Gordon v Bernales act Gristwood  ... 

Page 176 of Journal of the Oto-Laryngological Society of Australia Vol. 6, Issue 3 [page]

Journal of the Oto-Laryngological Society of Australia  
GRISTWOOD, R.E. SUDDEN HEARING LOSS 22 YEARS AFTER STAPES SURGERY: A CASE REPORT RONALD E.  ...  She was adamant that there was no tinnitus in the right ear and that she had not experienced vertigo or ataxia. She denied engaging in excessive physical exertion before the onset of symptoms.  ... 

Some thoughts on secretory otitis media

R Willis
1972 Journal of the Oto-laryngological Society of Australia  
Adam Politzer described the condition in detail in 1869, and devoted to it many pages of his book ‘‘The Diseases of the Ear’’ pub- lished in 1902.  ...  Doctor Gristwood of Adelaide trying to assess the possible place of allergy, found no eosinophil cells in fluid aspirated from glue ear cases.  ... 
pmid:4636842 fatcat:4jnleqnvtfep7aljua6prmlepe

Trait aggressiveness and hockey penalties: Predicting hot tempers on the ice

Brad J. Bushman, Gary L. Wells
1998 Journal of Applied Psychology  
Maiuro, Cahn, Vitaliano, Wagner, & Zegree, 1988) , between violent and nonviolent patients (Lange, Dehghani, & De Beurs, 1995; Maluro et al., 1988) between violent and nonviolent alcoholics (Renson, Adams  ...  From this kind of work, we know that there are mean differences on the Buss-Durkee Hostility Inventory between violent and nonviolent criminals (Gunn & Gristwood, 1975; Selby, 1984; Syverson & Romney,  ... 
doi:10.1037/0021-9010.83.6.969 pmid:9885201 fatcat:tzlv2672b5dn7i7ibediynddmm

Trait aggressiveness and hockey penalties: Predicting hot tempers on the ice

Brad J. Bushman, Gary L. Wells
1998 Journal of Applied Psychology  
Maiuro, Cahn, Vitaliano, Wagner, & Zegree, 1988) , between violent and nonviolent patients (Lange, Dehghani, & De Beurs, 1995; Maluro et al., 1988) between violent and nonviolent alcoholics (Renson, Adams  ...  From this kind of work, we know that there are mean differences on the Buss-Durkee Hostility Inventory between violent and nonviolent criminals (Gunn & Gristwood, 1975; Selby, 1984; Syverson & Romney,  ... 
doi:10.1037//0021-9010.83.6.969 fatcat:3rnlbf7fmzcr7ltvlzbry43nia
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