Monthly Archives: December 2018

Some Thoughts upon Long-Range Interaction and Entangled States

Author: Bo Lehnert ABSTRACT The problems of long-range interaction and associated questions on entangled states are reconsidered in terms of a recently developed revised quantum electrodynamic theory by the author, as being applied to subatomic systems. There are indications that … Continue reading

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Calcified Nodule Formation in Vitro Using Rat Mandibular Incisor Pulp Cells

Authors: Hideaki Ikenaga, Masataka Yoshikawa, Ayano Miyamoto, Hitomi Nakama, Ikuo Nishikawa, Satoshi Teramoto, Hiroaki Aso, Nozomi Matsuo, Hiroshi Maeda ABSTRACT One great advantage of bone marrow is that a large number of stem cells can be obtained. However, stem cells … Continue reading

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Let’s Be Friends: National Homophily in Multicultural Newcomer Student Networks

Authors: Kishore Gopalakrishna Pillai, Constantinos N. Leonidou, Xuemei Bian ABSTRACT Understanding the relational and network dynamics among newcomer networks is important to devising appropriate strategies that will maximize the productivity of the incoming workforce. Nevertheless, there are limited empirical contributions … Continue reading

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