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Search for Z’ boson and model discrimination
Developed in the early 1970s, the Standard Model of particle physics has been very successful in explaining various phenomena in the universe. The Standard Model has been built by finding the right symmetry group for each ...
Rendered Rightless: Exercising Agency in Nation-Spaces
Dahagram is a community in Bangladesh, at least on paper. Despite being on Bangladeshi territory, it is completely surrounded by Indian territory. Prior to 2016, it was one of 163 enclaves which existed on either side of ...
Sailing the Sargasso Sea for a floating golden forest: the application of genetic markers to investigating Sargassum diversity and distribution in the field
Biodiversity and life in the oligotrophic Sargasso Sea are sustained by the free-floating macroalgae, Sargassum. Consisting of two species, S. fluitans and S. natans, pelagic Sargassum provides food, nutrients, and habitat ...
Convergent Evolution Between the Mouthparts of Eurypterus lacustris and Procambarus clarkii
Eurypterus lacustris has been reconstructed as a mid-sized detrivore and carnivore that was preserved in hypersaline shallow water environments (Nudds, 2008). Today, Red Swamp Crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) are about the ...
Childhood Trauma, Posttraumatic Growth, and Narrative Transformation in a Gender Inclusive Women’s College
In the late 1990s, a series of early life adversities (Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACEs) became a focus for the health community, as the effects of these traumas were diverse, covering both mental and physical health ...
Beyond Britten's Boys: Singing Britten with Adult Treble Choirs
Can music intended for children have a place in a feminist choral classroom? What social considerations must we take in teaching music intended for children to adults? Does singing songs intended for children, songs which ...