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coreMRI: A high-performance, publicly available MR simulation platform on the cloud.

A Cloud-ORiented Engine for advanced MRI simulations (coreMRI) is presented in this study. The aim was to develop the first advanced MR simulation platform delivered as a web service through an on-demand, scalable cloud-based and GPU-based infrastructure. We hypothesized that such an online MR simulation platform could be utilized as a virtual MRI scanner but also as a cloud-based, high-performance engine for advanced MR simulations in simulation-based quantitative MR (qMR) methods.

Deutsche Bunsengesellschaft Awards/Van't Hoff Award for Mischa Bonn/Nernst Haber Bodenstein Award for Marcus Scheele/Ewald Wicke Award for Fabian Holzmeier/And also in the News.

Incentivizing organ donation through a nonmonetary posthumous award.

Since 2013, The Order of St John Award for Organ Donation has been offered to the families of deceased solid organ donors in the United Kingdom to honor the donors and inspire others to donate. We evaluate the effects of this award using a difference-in-differences approach that builds on the fact that solid organ donors are eligible for the award, whereas cornea-only donors are not. We find that the introduction of the award led to an increase in the number of deceased solid organ donors.

Luigi Provasoli Award Recipients 2019.

Legal framework for health cloud: A systematic review.

The complicated nature of cloud computing encompassing internet-based technologies and service models for delivering IT applications, processing capability, storage, and memory space brings along challenging problems. Some issues such as information security, privacy, and legal aspects of cloud computing may become challenging while cross passing with another complex domain like healthcare.

Congratulations to the 2019 Blue Ribbon Article Award Winners.

Award Winners for 2019 Papers and Reviewers of the Year.

Toward the Elimination of Disease: the 2019 Weisenfeld Award Lecture.

MeURep: A novel user reputation calculation approach in personalized cloud services.

User reliability is notably crucial for personalized cloud services. In cloud computing environments, large amounts of cloud services are provided for users. With the exponential increase in number of cloud services, it is difficult for users to select the appropriate services from equivalent or similar candidate services. The quality-of-service (QoS) has become an important criterion for selection, and the users can conduct personalized selection according to the observed QoS data of other users; however, ...

Editor's note: Congratulations to the 2019 Author and Reviewer Award Winners.

Introducing Sheila K. West, the Recipient of the 2019 Weisenfeld Award.

Novel approaches to clinical practice: ASCIP's 2019 award-winning posters.


Cloud chamber contributes to radiation education by facilitating observation of particle tracks formed by radiation. Peltier-based chamber achieves cooling without the need for dry ice,. we developed a cloud chamber based on peltier thermoelectric modules and has a multilayered heat insulation system to maintain a stable cool environment. It produces sharp particle tracks without requiring a dark room for observing the tracks. Its large top window (diameter of 12.5 cm) provides a relatively wider observatio...

2019 Lasker Basic Research Award celebrates immunologists Jacques Miller and Max Cooper.

Bioanalysis Rising Star Award 2019: announcing our finalists!

Zen and the art of endoscopy: 2019 Schindler Award lecture.


Method of Monte Carlo simulation of gamma radiation fields in the vicinity of the cloud of air contaminated by the radionuclides from emergency leakage from nuclear power plant was designed and tested. Air kerma rates distributions as well as gamma field spectral distributions were calculated for the Gaussian cloud model, different atmospherical conditions and emergency scenarios source terms. Based on this model, the radiation doses in the aerial vehicle (helicopter) and its shielding properties in the rad...

Bayer Early Excellence in Science Award for Christina Woo / Blavatnik National Award for Young Scientists for Emily Balskus / Tetrahedron Young Investigator Awards.

H. Michael Shepard, Dennis J. Slamon, and Axel Ullrich honored with the 2019 Lasker~DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award.

The Fourth Tomoh Masaki Award.

Doctor David J. Webb MD, DSc, FRCP, FRSE, FMedSci, a clinical pharmacologist specialising in the management of cardiovascular disease, is the recipient of The Fourth Tomoh Masaki Award, a bi-annual prize presented on the occasion of the International Conferences on Endothelin to scientists for outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of endothelin research. The Fourth Tomoh Masaki Award was presented to Doctor Webb at the Fifteenth International Conference on Endothelin which was held at Duo ...

Secure two-party computation of solid triangle area and tetrahedral volume based on cloud platform.

With the emergence and widespread application of cloud computing, the use of cloud platforms to solve the problem of secure multi-party computation has emerged as a new research direction. The traditional computation of a solid geometry is performed through mutual interactions between two parties, which is not suitable in an untrusted cloud computing environment. In this paper, we first design a basic protocol for a secure Euclidean distance calculation that is suitable for cloud platforms and can serve as ...

Marine mammal vet's dedication marked by prestigious award.

Vet pathologist has been awarded the ZSL Silver Medal for his outstanding work in the field of wildlife conservation involving marine mammals. Jan Loveridge explains why the award is so well deserved.

Balancing model-based and memory-free action selection under competitive pressure.

In competitive situations, winning depends on selecting actions that surprise the opponent. Such unpredictable action can be generated based on representations of the opponent's strategy and choice history (model-based counter-prediction) or by choosing actions in a memory-free, stochastic manner. Across five different experiments using a variant of a matching-pennies game with simulated and human opponents we found that people toggle between these two strategies, using model-based selection when recent win...

Proposals from the 2018 PhRMA Challenge Award Program.

This introduction was written under the sponsorship of the PhRMA Foundation Award Program. The authors have nothing to disclose.

A new fast filtering algorithm for a 3D point cloud based on RGB-D information.

A point cloud that is obtained by an RGB-D camera will inevitably be affected by outliers that do not belong to the surface of the object, which is due to the different viewing angles, light intensities, and reflective characteristics of the object surface and the limitations of the sensors. An effective and fast outlier removal method based on RGB-D information is proposed in this paper. This method aligns the color image to the depth image, and the color mapping image is converted to an HSV image. Then, t...

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