A Step Forward or a Step Back in Overcoming the Research-Practice Gap? Questioning Central Assumptions of the ICAP Framework
The interactive-constructive-active-passive (ICAP) framework classifies students' behavior into modes of engagement and hypothesizes that teachers and researchers can infer from behavior whether they are likely to learn. We argue that this assumption is problematic.
Understanding the time varying complex networks (TVCNs) is not just an intellectual pursuit but also holds the key to understanding their fundamental laws and phase transitions and enable the design of efficient control strategies and enhancing our predictive capabilities of their evolution.
Unlocking the potential of allogeneic Vδ2 T cells for ovarian cancer therapy through CD16 biomarker selection and CAR/IL-15 engineering
We employed CD16 as a biomarker to identify and select Vδ2 T cell PBMC donors. CD16 high Vδ2 T cells were then engineered with a Mesothelin-targeted chimeric antigen receptor and soluble IL-15 for the treatment of ovarian cancers