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Multi-Photon Excitation of CsPbBr Perovskite Quantum Dots: How Many Electrons Can One PQD Donate to Multiple Molecular Acceptors?

Metastable multi-excitonic states (MES) of semiconductor quantum dots can be involved in multi-electron transfer reaction, which opens new perspectives in nanomaterials-based opto-electronic applications. Herein, we demonstrate the generation of MES in CsPbBr3 perovskite quantum dots (PQD) and its dissociation dynamics through multiple electrons transfer to molecular electron acceptors, anthraquinones (AQs), bound to the PQD surface by carboxylic anchor. As many as 14 excitons are produced at excitation den...

Daily fatigue-recovery balance monitoring with heart rate variability in well-trained female cyclists on the Tour de France circuit.

This study aimed to analyze the daily heart rate variability (HRV) in well-trained female cyclists during the 2017 Tour de France circuit and to relate it to the load and perceived exertion response.

Hyperspectral Image Super-resolution via Subspace-Based Low Tensor Multi-Rank Regularization.

Recently, combining a low spatial resolution hyperspectral image (LR-HSI) with a high spatial resolution multispectral image (HR-MSI) into an HR-HSI has become a popular scheme to enhance the spatial resolution of HSI. We propose a novel subspace-based low tensor multi-rank regularization method for the fusion, which fully exploits the spectral correlations and non-local similarities in the HR-HSI. To make use of high spectral correlations, the HR-HSI is approximated by spectral subspace and coefficients. W...

A tour across Europe to investigate mesophyll conductance under stress.

Multi-templates based molecularly imprinted sodium alginate/MnO for simultaneous enantiorecognition of lysine, alanine and cysteine isomers.

Sodium alginate (SA) was electrodeposited onto the surface of a glassy carbon electrode (GCE), and then l-lysine (l-Lys), l-alanine (l-Ala) and l-cysteine (l-Cys) were simultaneously introduced to the surface of SA via electrostatic attractions. γ-MnO film was deposited potentiostatically onto the multi-templates immobilized SA from an aqueous mixture of KSO and MnSO. The templates of l-Lys, l-Ala and l-Cys were then oxidized and removed by cyclic voltammetry (CV) while maintaining the crystalline structur...

A novel multi-factor & multi-scale method for PM concentration forecasting.

In the era of big data, a variety of factors (particularly meteorological factors) have been applied to PM concentration prediction, revealing a clear discrepancy in timescale. To capture the complicated multi-scale relationship with PM-related factors, a novel multi-factor & multi-scale method is proposed for PM forecasting. Three major steps are taken: (1) multi-factor analysis, to select predictive factors via statistical tests; (2) multi-scale analysis, to extract scale-aligned components via multivaria...

New York City Panel on Climate Change 2019 Report Chapter 9: Perspectives on a City in a Changing Climate 2008-2018.

Revisiting dengue-related knowledge, attitudes and practices: A cross-sectional study in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 2018.

In recent years, Vietnam has been recorded as one of the most endemic areas of dengue fever (DF). Thus, controlling DF has become a matter of concern to healthcare professionals and the government. Nevertheless, there has been little research exploring inhabitants' awareness about DF in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The aims of the study was to assess the knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) regarding DF by the population in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

For A Big-City Health Department, A New Focus On Health Equity.

New York City officials have shifted resources to focus on once underserved communities such as the Brownsville neighborhood, in Brooklyn.

Effects of whale-based tourism in Vava'u, Kingdom of Tonga: Behavioural responses of humpback whales to vessel and swimming tourism activities.

Vava'u, Kingdom of Tonga, is a well-established whale-watching destination in the South Pacific. Between July and October, the waters around the archipelago represent one of the most important breeding grounds for Oceania humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). The Tongan government allows tourist swimming activities with whales and tour operators strongly promote the practice of swimming-with-whales, focusing primarily on mother-calf pairs. However, there is increasing evidence, derived from empirical re...

Associations between ambient high temperatures and suicide mortality: a multi-city time-series study in China.

Suicide prevention has become a public health issue of great concern. Previous studies proved that ambient temperature had an impact on suicide death, but few studies focus on regional studies in large cities. We aimed to estimate the association between ambient temperature and suicide in 31 capital cities in China during 2008~2013. Distributed lag non-linear model was used to explore the relationship between ambient temperature and suicide, adjusting for long-term trend, seasonality, and humidity confounde...

Balancing diversity and connectivity in multi-level governance settings for urban transformative capacity.

Transformation towards sustainable development is about findings new ways of thinking, organising and doing to navigate wicked challenges such as climate change and urbanisation. Such challenges call for new governance modes that match the complexity of the systems to be handled, where multi-level governance and collaborative approaches have been suggested to contribute to such transformative capacity building. This in-depth, trans-disciplinary study investigates how the multi-level governance context in St...

Source patterns of potentially toxic elements (PTEs) and mining activity contamination level in soils of Taltal city (northern Chile).

Mining activities are among the main sources of potentially toxic elements (PTEs) in the environment which constitute a real concern worldwide, especially in developing countries. These activities have been carried out for more than a century in Chile, South America, where, as evidence of incorrect waste disposal practices, several abandoned mining waste deposits were left behind. This study aimed to understand multi-elements geochemistry, source patterns and mobility of PTEs in soils of the Taltal urban ar...

Multi-sectoral prioritization of zoonotic diseases: One health perspective from Ahmedabad, India.

Prioritizing zoonotic diseases is one of the emerging tasks for developing multi-sectoral collaboration within One Health. Globally, many efforts have been made to prioritize zoonotic diseases at national levels, especially in low resource settings. Prioritization of zoonoses has been conducted in different countries at different levels (i.e. national, regional and local) for different purposes. India has also initiated prioritization of zoonotic diseases at the national level. However, in a country like In...

The Dedicated Emergency Physician Model of emergency care is associated with reduced pre-hospital transportation time: A retrospective study with a nationwide database in Japan.

In Japan, the increasing number of patients needing emergency medical care due to population aging is a major public health problem. Recently, emergency medicine in Japan has seen a growth in the number of Dedicated Emergency Physician Model style departments. We aimed to determine whether there is an association between Dedicated Emergency Physician Model emergency care and pre-hospital transportation time. We conducted a secondary analysis of a Japanese national pre-hospital database from 2010 to 2014. Th...

Early attitudes to X-rays in Buenos Aires, 1896-1897: medicine, esotericism and popular fantasies.

The goal of this article is to document early attitudes to X-rays in scientific culture in the city of Buenos Aires. Using various types of periodical sources, the text explores the different reactions to the novelty among different actors in the literary world. Newspapers and weekly magazines for the general public quickly broadcast the discovery, stressing its marvelous or prodigious nature. Meanwhile, physicians in the city took contrasting positions, ranging from mistrust to enthusiasm. Lastly, spiritua...

Multi-Enzyme, Multi-Step Biosensor Produced through Kinetic Doping.

The recently developed kinetic doping technique has shown promise in loading individual enzymes for use as a biosensor. In this study the first example of kinetic doping to produce a biosensor loaded with more than one enzyme and using a multi-step reaction pathway for detection is presented. Glucose oxidase (GOD) is shown to load both individually and together with horseradish peroxidase (HRP) with the tandem action of the two enzymes proving to be effective at detecting glucose in solution. The final dual...

Between vaccines, diseases, and resistances: the impacts of a smallpox epidemic in nineteenth-century Porto Alegre.

This article examines a smallpox epidemic which killed 1% of the population of Porto Alegre in 1874. Through extensive documentary research and comparison with data from those who died, we problematize why smallpox manifested as an epidemic in the city. Maps showing vaccination in the years preceding the outbreak reveal that only low levels of the population of Porto Alegre participated in prevention efforts, and the benefits of these efforts were ignored by the different social groups which were interconne...

Hospital admissions in the first year of life: inequalities over three decades in a southern Brazilian city.

Hospital admissions in infancy are declining in several countries. We describe admissions to neonatal intensive care units (NICU) and other hospitalizations over a 33-year period in the Brazilian city of Pelotas.

Urban and semi-urban mosquitoes of Mexico City: A risk for endemic mosquito-borne disease transmission.

Since past century, vector-borne diseases have been a major public health concern in several states of Mexico. However, Mexico City continues to be free of endemic mosquito-borne viral diseases. The city is the most important politic and economic state of Mexico and one of the most important city of Latin America. Its subtropical highland climate and high elevation (2240 masl) had historically made the occurrence of Aedes species unlikely. However, the presence of other potential disease vectors (Culex spp,...

DNA-HPV transition rate and related factors in HPV-infected women in can Tho City, Vietnam.

To determine DNA-HPV transition rates and related factors in HPV-infected women 18-69 years of age in Can Tho City from 2013 to 2018.

Norovirus in São Paulo city, Brazil, 2010-2016: a cross-sectional study of the leading cause of gastroenteritis in children.

to describe cases of acute diarrheal disease caused by norovirus in children under 5 years old in São Paulo city, Brazil.

The acute health effects of ozone and PM on daily cardiovascular disease mortality: A multi-center time series study in China.

To explore the acute health effects of ozone(O) and PM on daily cardiovascular disease mortality in all the cities of Jiangsu province, China. Daily average concentrations of ozone (maximum 8-h average), fine particle matter (PM), meteorological data (including temperature and relative humidity) and daily cardiovascular diseases mortality data were collected from January 1, 2015, to December 31, 2017, in all the 13 cities of Jiangsu Province in China. The time-series model linked with Poisson distribution w...

Long term care services and care workers in Hangzhou City, China: A cross-sectional survey.

This study aims to investigate the organization and the workforce profile in long-term care facilities in Hangzhou City, China.

The COPD multi-dimensional phenotype: A new classification from the STORICO Italian observational study.

This paper is aimed to (i) develop an innovative classification of COPD, multi-dimensional phenotype, based on a multidimensional assessment; (ii) describe the identified multi-dimensional phenotypes.

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