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  • Casas, Tomas; Han, Jian; Legge, Stefan; Lu, Yue; Ziltener, Patrick; Tu, Xinquan (2022)
    The first and immediate benefit of the SSFTA are practical opportunities resulting from exporters saving customs duties because of the substantial reductions in tariffs. The FTA created an annual savings potential for Swiss ...
  • Ives, Stephen (2022)
    Exercise necessitates increased energy production to match the elevated demand of physical activity, the magnitude of which varies significantly by activity, sport, and/or athletic position. While long term nutritional ...
  • Jongbloed, Monique; Poelmann, Robert (2022)
    The arterial pole is one of the most complex parts of the heart both in development and disease. It involves the collaboration and orchestration of contributions from the first and second heart fields as well as the neural ...
  • Badcock, Paul; Ramstead, Maxwell; Sheikhbahaee, Zahra; Constant, Axel (2022)
    The free energy principle is a mathematical theory of the behaviour of self-organising systems that originally gained prominence as a unified model of the brain. Since then, the theory has been applied to a plethora of ...
  • Tcvetkov, Pavel; Didenko, Nikolay (2022)
    This reprint focuses on interdisciplinary research that reveals the problems of resource provision of the economy, both from the perspective of local projects and from the point of view of the creation of global infrastructure ...
  • Vivaldo-Lima, Eduardo; Mohammadi, Yousef (2022)
    This reprint is a compilation of nine papers published in Processes, in a Special Issue on “Modeling and Simulation of Polymerization Processes”. It aimed to address both new findings on basic topics and the modeling of ...
  • Refice, Alberto; Capolongo, Domenico; Chini, Marco; D’Addabbo, Annarita (2022)
    As climate-change- and human-induced floods inflict increasing costs upon the planet, both in terms of lives and environmental damage, flood monitoring tools derived from remote sensing platforms have undergone improvements ...
  • Hussain, Hidayat (2022)
    Nature continuously produces biologically useful molecules and provides humankind with life-saving drugs or therapies. Natural products (NPs) offer a vast, unique and fascinating chemical diversity and these molecules have ...
  • Melo, Luís; Azevedo, Andreia S. (2022)
    In biofilms, microorganisms are able to communicate together and assemble by themselves, creating a consortium with different properties from the original free-floating microorganisms. In fact, biofilm cells bind strongly ...
  • Aucelli, Pietro; Mastronuzzi, Giuseppe; Mattei, Gaia (2022)
    In the last few centuries, the study of sea-level changes along the world's shores has been a primary scientific focus in analyses of climate change, but also for scientists exploring past landscape evolution, geomorphological ...
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    This book is a collection of the accepted papers presented at the Workshop on Artificial Intelligence with Biased or Scarce Data (AIBSD) in conjunction with the 36th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2022. During ...
  • Rosa-Santos, Paulo Jorge; Taveira Pinto, Francisco; López Gallego, Mario; Rodríguez Castillo, Claudio Alexis (2022)
    Technologies to harvest marine renewable energies (MREs) are at a pre-commercial stage, and significant R&D progress is still required in order to improve their competitiveness. Therefore, hybridization presents a significant ...
  • Baiocchi, Marta; Zeuner, Ann (2022)
    The Special Issue "In Vitro and In Vivo Models of Colorectal Cancer for Clinical Application", edited by Marta Baiocchi and Ann Zeuner for Cancers, collects original research papers and reviews, depicting the current state ...
  • (2022)
    This book is focused on the works presented at the 2nd International Electronic Conference on Applied Sciences, organized by Applied Sciences from 15 to 31 October 2021 on the MDPI Sciforum platform. Two decades have passed ...
  • González-Domínguez, José Miguel (2022)
    Graphene is a two-dimensional, one-atom-thick material made entirely of carbon atoms, arranged in a honeycomb lattice. Because of its distinctive mechanical (e.g., high strength and flexibility) and electronic (great ...
  • Amato, Massimo; Pantaleo, Giuseppe; Iandolo, Alfredo (2022)
    Nowadays, we use the term “modern endodontics” thanks to new technologies, novel materials, and revolutionary techniques. Various equipment is available to facilitate and improve our endodontic treatments, such as operating ...
  • Madden, Richard (2022)
    Health statistics have progressed dramatically in Australia since the 1980s when the Australian Government created the (now) Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. The 12 papers in this Special Issue describe developments ...
  • Cheng, Yumin (2022)
    The present book contains 14 articles that were accepted for publication in the Special Issue “Numerical Computation, Data Analysis and Software in Mathematics and Engineering” of the MDPI journal Mathematics. The topics ...
  • Mei, Lanju; Qian, Shizhi (2022)
    Microfluidics has seen a remarkable growth over recent decades, with its extensive applications in engineering, medicine, biology, chemistry, etc. Many of these real applications of microfluidics involve the handling of ...
  • Pasquini, Luca (2022)
    The conversion and storage of renewable energy sources is key to the transition from a fossil-fuel-based economy to a low-carbon society. Many new game-changing materials have already impacted our lives and contributed to ...

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