by Jack Bauer*, Aaron Deskins, Satish Kumar Iyemperumal, and Thang Duc Pham*
Supported single metal atoms embody active, efficient catalysts. Much effort in the literature has focused on late transition metals, but understanding the reactivity and stability trends across all metals is key to developing new metal catalysts.
by Ahsan Aadil Nizam Shaikh*, Aaron R. Sakulich, and Naser P. Sharifi
Energy consumption in buildings has increased drastically during the last two decades. Reducing the energy demand in buildings by improving their thermal performance has therefore been the subject of many governmental plans and building codes.
by Sarah A. Martin*, Lauren E. Martone, Saaid A. Mendoza, and Jeanine L. M. Skorinko
The current research examined whether gender bias in the workplace could be reduced through perspective taking implementation intentions, which are if–then statements that specify how to accomplish goals.
by Zachary R. Boyer*, Cory T. Brolliar*, Thomas L. Carroll, Loris Fichera, Benjamin G. Mart*, and Kevin O'Brien*
Office-based endoscopic procedures are becoming an increasingly attractive option for the treatment of laryngeal abnormalities, but their effectiveness is limited by the lack of articulation in currently available surgical instruments.
This article describes an incremental rhetorical experiment to insert human-focused (ethical) equipment into a technical project that adapted a clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeat/Cas9 gene-editing system.