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The stage on which our ingenious play is performed: Kant's epistemology of Weltkenntnis.

This paper focuses on Kant's account of physical geography and his theory of the Earth. In spelling out the epistemological foundations of Kant's physical geography, the paper examines 1) their connection to the mode of holding-to-be-true, mathematical construction and empirical certainty and 2) their implications for Kant's view of cosmopolitan right. Moreover, by showing the role played by the mathematical model of the Earth for the foundations of Kant's Doctrine of Right, the exact relationship between t...


Complete Stability Analysis With Respect to Delay for Neural Networks.

The stability property of delayed neural networks (NNs) along the whole delay axis is studied in this paper. Such a complete stability problem with respect to the delay parameter has not been addressed in the community of NNs. Most of the existing studies focus on the stability interval of delay starting from zero and are not applicable for the complete stability problem. In this paper, we will present some examples to show that there are various types of stability intervals for NNs, demonstrating the neces...

Management of Familial Adenomatous Polyposis in Children and Adolescents: Position Paper from the ESPGHAN Polyposis Working Group.

Familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) is a well-described inherited syndrome, characterised by the development of hundreds to thousands of adenomas in the colorectum, with implications in children and adolescents. Almost all adult patients will develop colorectal cancer (CRC) if they are not identified and treated early enough. Identifying and screening for FAP commences in adolescence. The syndrome is inherited as an autosomal dominant trait and caused by mutations in the adenomatous polyposis (APC) gene. T...


Paper-based system for ion transfer across the liquid-liquid inter-face.

While ion transfer studies were shown to be a promising method for fundamental electrochemistry, pharmacokinetic studies and sensing, they suffer from inherent instability of the interface formed between the organic and aqueous phases. This limits to some extent the range of solvents which can be used and confines these studies to the laboratory. We propose here the use of paper, which has revolutionized the way we think of miniaturized analytical devices during the last decade, as a perfect substrate for i...

Low-Cost Electronic Tagging System for Bee Monitoring.

This paper introduces both a hardware and a software system designed to allow low-cost electronic monitoring of social insects using RFID tags. Data formats for individual insect identification and their associated experiment are proposed to facilitate data sharing from experiments conducted with this system. The antennas' configuration and their duty cycle ensure a high degree of detection rates. Other advantages and limitations of this system are discussed in detail in the paper.

The African Indigenous Lens of Understanding Spirituality: Reflection on Key Emerging Concepts from a Reviewed Literature.

In this paper, we will present a reflection on reviewed literature on African indigenous understanding of spirituality, highlighting the influence of this concept on notions of the self, motivation and well-being. The indigenous understanding of spirituality is central to the understanding of the self as distinct, but positioned within the relational-collective self. This African indigenous perception of the self is grounded within the autonomous experience of the tenets of spirituality, which is explored i...

Spontaneous formation of tumor spheroid on a hydrophilic filter paper for cancer stem cell enrichment.

Emerging evidence has demonstrated that cancer stem cells (CSCs) play critical roles in tumor invasion, metastasis and recurrence. The specific targeting capability on CSCs is of high importance for the development of effective anti-tumor therapeutics. However, isolation, enrichment and cultivation of these special and rare groups of tumor cells for in vitro analyses is a nontrivial job and requires particular culture medium and environmental control. Herein, we established a low-cost and efficient method f...

Paper-Based Analytical Methods for Smartphone Sensing with Functional Nanoparticles: Bridges from Smart Surfaces to Global Health.

In this feature, the most recent developments as well as 'pros and cons' in smartphone sensing, which have been developed using various functional nanoparticles in paper-based sensing systems, will be discussed. Additionally, smart phone sensing and POC combination as a potential tool that opens a gate for knowledge flow 'from lab scale data to public use' will be evaluated.

Embracing an interdisciplinary approach to plastics pollution awareness and action.

This paper considers how an interdisciplinary approach to the "wicked problem" of plastics pollution offers unique and important collaborative possibilities. Specially, the paper considers the approach of the Synthetic Collective, a group comprising artists, humanities scholars, and scientists. Considering first how artists and scientists might respond differently to tracking, mapping, understanding, and representing plastics pollution, we then look for potential points of commonality across disciplinary di...

Colorimetric paper sensor for sensitive detection of explosive nitroaromatics based on Au@Ag nanoparticles.

Rapid, reliable, onsite approaches for detection trace level of trinitrotoluene (TNT) is a pressing necessity for both homeland security and environmental protection. To this end, hydrophilic amine(-NH) protected Au@Ag nanoparticles (NPs) were developed and fabricated as colorimetric paper sensor for delicate detection of TNT. The as-developed nanoprobe selectively reacts with TNT through classic Meisenheimer complex formation by means of charge transfer process from an electron-rich NH group of β-cysteami...

A simple and low-cost portable paper-based ABO blood typing device for point-of-care testing.

ABO blood group is the most important blood type system for transfusion medicine. A paper-based analytical device (PAD) for ABO blood typing has been proposed. The device was composed of Whatman No. 113 paper, an absorbent gel pad, and a 3D-printing cassette. The 3D-printing cassette contained two circular holes for display of letters "A" and "B" on the PAD. Whole blood was dropped onto hydrophilic letters A and B on the PAD, in which the anti-A and anti-B were pre-immobilized, respectively. An absorbent ge...

Recreational fisheries economics between illusion and reality: The case of Algeria.

Recreational fishing is often perceived as harmless when it comes to fisheries management, and its impact often estimated to surpass the economic outcomes of e.g. large-scale fisheries. Recreational fisheries are often an indication of political stability and sound ecosystem management. However, despite a high economic impact, the economic costs on traditional and small-scale commercial fishers is yet to be known. This paper answers the question of how unregulated recreational fisheries could rather generat...

Telemedicine as a tool for digital medical education: a 15-year journey inside the RAFT network.

This paper presents the evolution and growth of continuous medical education through the Réseau en Afrique Francophone pour la Télémédecine (RAFT) network. RAFT is a telemedicine network present on four continents and built through years of experience, with the goal of supporting isolated healthcare professionals by providing them with the right expertise at the right time using affordable, low-bandwidth technologies. Much more than a platform to share and exchange knowledge, RAFT has put in place a sol...

Antibiotic analysis using Electro-Filtering Paper Spray Ionization.

In this work, we analyzed the performance of the Electro-Filtering Paper Spray Ionization (EFSI) method for detecting compounds in unprocessed samples. A relatively rigid and electrically conductive copper filter was used as a substrate to insure sufficient and efficient sample-solvent extraction and to increase the conductivity for paper spraying. The method was demonstrated as applicable for indirect high-throughput analysis of large-volume unprocessed samples, which is not possible with conventional nano...

Preparation Nano-Structure Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Functional Film on the Cellulose Insulation Polymer and Its Effect on the Breakdown Voltage and Hydrophobicity Properties.

Cellulose insulation polymer is an important component of oil-paper insulation, which is widely used in power transformer. The weight of the cellulose insulation polymer materials is as high as tens of tons in the larger converter transformer. Excellent performance of oil-paper insulation is very important for ensuring the safe operation of larger converter transformer. An effective way to improve the insulation and the physicochemical property of the oil impregnated insulation pressboard/paper is currently...

Perceptual evaluation of measures of spectral variance.

In many applications, it is desirable to achieve a signal that is as close as possible to ideal white noise. One example is in the design of an artificial reverberator, whereby there is a need for its lossless prototype output from an impulse input to be perceptually white as much as possible. The Ljung-Box test, the Drouiche test, and the Wiener Entropy-also called the Spectral Flatness Measure-are three well-known methods for quantifying the similarity of a given signal to ideal white noise. In this paper...

Some Reflections on Combining Meta-Analysis and Structural Equation Modeling.

Meta-analysis and structural equation modeling (SEM) are two of the most prominent statistical techniques employed in the behavioral, medical, and social sciences. They each have their own well-established research communities, terminologies, statistical models, software packages, and journals (Research Synthesis Methods and Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal). In this paper, I will provide some personal reflections on combining meta-analysis and SEM in the forms of meta-analytic SEM ...

Paper-based potentiometric sensing of free bilirubin in blood serum.

Bilirubin is predominantly formed in the liver as a result of breakdown of hemoglobin. Knowing the concentration of bilirubin in serum is important in evaluating the health of the liver, and for the diagnosis of hyperbilirubinemia (a condition that afflicts approximately 60% of full-term and 80% of pre-term newborns). This paper describes the design and fabrication of a potentiometric sensor for the determination of free bilirubin in serum. The sensor has a polymeric ion-selective membrane, and selectively ...

Uncertainty Propagation in Fuzzy Grey Cognitive Maps With Hebbian-Like Learning Algorithms.

This paper is focused on an innovative fuzzy cognitive maps extension called fuzzy grey cognitive maps (FGCMs). FGCMs are a mixture of fuzzy cognitive maps and grey systems theory. These have become a useful framework for facing problems with high uncertainty, under discrete small and incomplete datasets. This paper deals with the problem of uncertainty propagation in FGCM dynamics with Hebbian learning. In addition, this paper applies differential Hebbian learning (DHL) and balanced DHL to FGCMs for the fi...

Paper-based electrochemical sensor for on-site detection of the sulphur mustard.

Herein, we report a novel paper-based electrochemical sensor for on-site detection of sulphur mustards. This sensor was conceived combining office paper-based electrochemical sensor with choline oxidase enzyme to deliver a sustainable sensing tool. The mustard agent detection relies on the evaluation of inhibition degree of choline oxidase, which is reversibly inhibited by sulphur mustards, by measuring the enzymatic by-product HO in chronoamperometric mode. A nanocomposite constituted of Prussian Blue nano...

Write a Scientific Paper (WASP): Which journal to target and why?

Publishing scholarly work is a requisite in academia. Identifying a suitable journal for a particular paper can be difficult. Authors need to initially establish whether they want to publish in a subscription-based or an open access journal, which requires a clear understanding of the pros and cons of both options as well as issues relating to copyright licences. Establishing specific journal selection criteria ranging from whether to publish in a general or a specialised journal to the publication frequenc...

The application of micro-geographic economic analysis in urban policy evaluation.

The paper investigates the broadening area of research utilizing micro-geographic economic analysis to conduct evaluations of area-based policies implemented at a micro-geographic level. It offers the first extensive, critical examination and synthesis of this subset of work including its theoretical foundations, key technical features, and applications for evaluation research. The paper begins by more formally defining the micro-geographic concept and examining the theoretical framework of micro-geographic...

On monoxenous trypanosomatids from lesions of immunocompetent patients with suspected cutaneous leishmaniasis in Iran.

We would like to draw the attention of the research community to a recently published paper on identification of monoxenous trypanosomatids of the genus Crithidia from lesions of immunocompetent patients with suspected cutaneous leishmaniasis in Iran (1). We disagree with the authors' interpretation of the data and posit an alternative explanation. Their study does not contain enough information to justify the conclusions they arrive at in their paper. This article is protected by copyright. All rights rese...

Ratiometric fluorescent test paper based on silicon nanocrystals and carbon dots for sensitive determination of mercuric ions.

Classical dye absorption-based pH test papers are widely used to measure the degree of acidity of media for quantification or semi-quantification by the observation of the naked eye on the variation of colour. However, it remains a challenging task to extend portable and cheap methods to a wide range of analytes for accurate quantification. Here, we report a dosage-sensitive test paper for the assay of mercury ions (Hg) with wide colour evolution. The ratiometric fluorescent probe was prepared by mixing blu...

Management of Juvenile Polyposis Syndromes in Children and Adolescents: A Position Paper from the ESPGHAN Polyposis Working Group.

The European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) Polyposis Working Group developed recommendations to assist clinicians and health care providers with appropriate management of patients with juvenile polyposis. This is the first juvenile polyposis Position Paper published by ESPGHAN with invited experts. Many of the published studies were descriptive and/or retrospective in nature, consequently after incorporating a modified version of the GRADE system many of the rec...


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