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Sci-Hub provides access to nearly all scholarly literature
Published: Jan 2018
  • The authors created an interactive browser at https://greenelab.github.io/scihub allows users to explore these findings in more detail
  • Sci-Hub's coverage of scholarly literature exceeded that of the University of Pennsylvania's academic library
Submitted by Zachary Miller
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The ResearchCoin Whitepaper
Published: Jul 2020
  • ResearchCoin (RSC) is the incentive within the ResearchHub network designed to encourage open participation in the scientific community.
  • RSC can be earned by (1) sharing research (2) curating content (3) summarizing findings (4) reviewing research from others.
Submitted by Patrick Joyce
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Curcumin, the anti-inflammatory compound in turmeric, is an alternative epigenetic modulator
From Paper: Curcumin as an Alternative Epigenetic Modulator: Mechanism of Action and Potential Effects
Curcumin, a compound in turmeric, is famous for its potent anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-cancer properties. The authors suggest these properties are a result of its potential to act as an epigenetic modulator.
Submitted by Patrick Joyce
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Perspectives on the Great Amazon Reef: Extension, Biodiversity, and Threats
Here we provide a broad overview of the Great Amazon Reef System (GARS) based on the first-ever video surveys of the region. This footage suggests that the GARS is larger, deeper, and more diverse than previously suspected
Submitted by Ty Frampton
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Lettuce grown on the international space station is comparable to Earth-grown lettuce in nutritional content
From Paper: Microbiological and Nutritional Analysis of Lettuce Crops Grown on the International Space Station
The ability to grow safe, fresh food to supplement packaged foods of astronauts in space has been an important goal for NASA. This study shows that lettuce grown on the international space station is comparable to earth-grown lettuce
Submitted by Ida Rolf
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The psychological functions of music listening
Why do people listen to music? This paper reviews the research contributions that have explicitly referred to musical functions and explores the potential functions that could be extrapolated from those studies
Submitted by Ty Frampton
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How near-infrared light modulates cortical activity when absorbed by cranial tissues
Transcranial near-infrared stimulation (tNIRS) has been proposed as a tool to modulate cortical excitability. However, the underlying mechanisms are not clear. This paper explores the mechanisms through which tNIRS works
Submitted by Patrick Joyce
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Heuristics as conceptual lens for understanding and studying the usage of bibliometrics in research evaluation
Published: Jun 2019
Why heuristics may be especially suitable for studying the usage of bibliometrics
Submitted by Tooba Masood
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Accounting for materialism in four cultures
Views and practices related to materialism in Romania, Turkey, the USA, and Western Europe are explored.
Submitted by Teresa Russell
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