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  • other research product . Collection . 2021 . Embargo End Date: 24 Aug 2021
    Authors:
    Bondareva, Erika; Hauksdottir, ER; Mascolo, Cecilia;
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    Publisher: Apollo - University of Cambridge Repository

    Bruxism is a disorder characterised by teeth grinding and clenching, and many bruxism sufferers are not aware of this disorder until their dental health professional notices permanent teeth wear. Stress and anxiety are often listed among contributing factors impacting b...

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  • other research product . Collection . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Stanullo, Claudio;
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    Insbesondere Bürogebäude haben einen hohen Energieverbrauch, gefolgt von hohen Betriebskosten und Emissionen. Zudem wird durch die COVID-19 Pandemie ein geregelter Luftaustausch immer notwendiger. Während aktuelle Gebäudemanagementsysteme mit primitiven Regeln und grund...

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  • other research product . Collection . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Riew, Grant; Lovecchio, Francis; Samartzis, Dino; Louie, Philip K.; Germscheid, Niccole; An, Howard; Cheung, Jason Pui Yin; Chutkan, Norman; Mallow, Gary Michael; Neva, Marko H.; ...
    Publisher: SAGE Journals

    Study Design: Cross-sectional, anonymous, international survey. Objectives: The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the rapid adoption of telemedicine in spine surgery. This study sought to determine the extent of adoption and global perspectives on telemedicine in spine ...

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  • other research product . Collection . 2021 . Embargo End Date: 14 Jun 2021
    Open Access German
    Authors:
    Maier, Andreas;
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    Publisher: Universität Stuttgart

    Diese Bachelorthesis beschäftigt sich mit der Erweiterung des Modells aus [WPR+20] um ein dynamischeres und realistischeres Infektionsgeschehen. Dabei wird das Modell um epidemiologische Modelle, wie das “SIR-Modell“ und das “SEIR-Modell“ erweitert und die Pool-basierte...

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  • other research product . Collection . 2021 . Embargo End Date: 20 Apr 2021
    Open Access German
    Authors:
    Hertel, Fabian;
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    Publisher: Universität Stuttgart

    In der aktuellen Zeit mit COVID-19 ändert sich einiges, was nicht erwartet wurde. Das könnte auch neuen Schwung in das Thema elektronische Wahlen bringen. Die Akzeptanz für solche Systeme ist nicht in der gesamten Gesellschaft vorhanden. Doch aktuell ist viel Umdenken z...

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  • other research product . Collection . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Tippett, Anna;
    Publisher: SAGE Journals

    Peer reviewed

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  • other research product . Collection . 2021 . Embargo End Date: 17 Feb 2021
    Authors:
    Han, Jing; Brown, Chloe; Chauhan, Jagmohan; Grammenos, Andreas; Hasthanasombat, Apinan; Spathis, Dimitrios; Xia, Tong; Cicuta, Pietro; Mascolo, Cecilia;
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    Publisher: Apollo - University of Cambridge Repository

    ERC Project 833296 (EAR)

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  • other research product . Collection . 2021 . Embargo End Date: 17 Feb 2021
    English
    Authors:
    Fauci, Anthony; Hickman, Debra; Thomas, Stephen B.; Thomas, Walter Scott; Jackson, Janice; Hrabowski, Freeman; Hickman, Donte; Freeman, Bowyer G.; Braxton, Brad; Young, Robert;
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    Publisher: Maryland Shared Open Access Repository
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  • other research product . Collection . 2021
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    Authors:
    Trombetta, Bianca A.; Kandigian, Savannah E.; Kitchen, Robert R.; Grauwet, Korneel; Kivisäkk Webb, Pia; Miller, Glenn A.; Jennings, Charles G.; Jain, Sejal; Miller, Samara; Kuo, Yikai; ...
    Publisher: figshare

    Abstract Background COVID-19 has resulted in significant morbidity and mortality worldwide. Lateral flow assays can detect anti-Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) antibodies to monitor transmission. However, standardized evaluation of their acc...

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  • other research product . Collection . 2021
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    Authors:
    Sato, Kenichiro; Mano, Tatsuo; Iwata, Atsushi; Toda, Tatsushi;
    Publisher: figshare

    Abstract Background Google Trends (GT) is being used as an epidemiological tool to study coronavirus disease (COVID-19) by identifying keywords in search trends that are predictive for the COVID-19 epidemiological burden. However, many of the earlier GT-based studies in...

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