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Where did all the tail clubs go?

Today is a New Paper Day! This time, we’re talking about the evolution of tail weapons!

(Two Ankylosaurus duke it out with their tail clubs. 1,378 more words

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On the non-relativistic limit of Vlasov-Maxwell

In this note, I briefly explain my recent joint work with D. Han-Kwan (CNRS, Ecole polytechnique) and F. Rousset (Paris-Sud) on the non-relativistic limit of Vlassov-Maxwell. 783 more words

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Is everything we know about sauropod phylogeny nonsense?

Out today: a new Turiasaurian sauropod, Mierasaurus bobyoungi, from the Early Cretaceous Cedar Mountain formation in Utah. This comes to us courtesy of a nice paper by Royo Torres et al. 1,128 more words

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New paper: Arbitrarily Large Solutions of the Vlasov-Poisson System

Jonathan Ben-Artzi recently uploaded a new paper entitled Arbitrarily large solutions of the Vlasov-Poisson system, co-authored with Stephen Pankavich and Simone Calogero.

The Vlasov-Poisson system, which models the statistical behavior of many-particle systems, is known to have global-in-time classical solutions (in three dimensions). 130 more words

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Congratulations to Rhys, Phil and Ashley for their paper Laser-Based Formation of Copper Nanoparticles in Aqueous Solution: Optical Properties, Particle Size Distributions, and Formation Kinetics  7 more words

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Anna’s paper Methylation of Ir(III)-tetrazolato complexes: an effective route to modulate the emission outputs and to switch to antimicrobial properties has been accepted into Dalton Transactions. 11 more words

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Phil’s paper on synthesis and use of molecular architectures bearing terpyridines and tetrazoles is now available in European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, a nice collaboration between Curtin University, University of Sydney, University of Queensland and University of Bologna.

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