Many drugs are poorly soluble in water and require suitable formulation for oral administration. The use of polymer excipients in amorphous solid dispersions of drugs has emerged as a promising strategy. This requires the identification of suitable polymers for the drug of interest.
International maritime regulation decreases sulfur dioxide but increases nitrogen oxide emissions in the North and Baltic Sea
Electrified groundwater irrigation majorly drives India's agricultural growth. India refocussed rural electrification towards universal household electrification in early 2000s. This paper finds regions electrifying more recently to experience far lower gains in electrified groundwater irrigation.
Prediction of response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in ovarian cancer using an integrated machine learning framework for multimodal data
Deprived colorectal patients get treated later and died earlier than their affluent counterparts, leading to up to 25 days less being alive and treated within the first year after diagnosis
Unravelling the mystery of elephant mortalities in Zimbabwe to find an unexpected culprit – a close relative of Pasteurella multocida
Using a 50 year time series of egg photos of prinias and their mimic, the cuckoo finch, we showed that although cuckoo finch eggs evolve towards prinia eggs, concurrent evolution of prinia eggs maintains imperfection in the degree of mimicry.
Persistence, hard work, and French-Ukrainian interdisciplinary collaboration enabled us to reveal, hidden in the genomes of two Upper Paleolithic people from Crimea, the story of the early peopling of Europe which continues to resonate in the present.