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2019. Rajendran, Vani G., Harper, Nicol S., and Schnupp, Jan W. H. Previous research has shown that musical beat perception is a surprisingly complex phenomenon involving widespread neural coordination across highe... Royal Society Open Science. University of Oxford and City University of Hong Kong.
2020. Wu, Yanying. Dietary magnesium (Mg2+) supplementation can enhance memory in young and aged rats. Memory-enhancing capacity was largely ascribed to increases in ... eLife. University of Oxford.
2021. Nilsson, Cecilia, La Sorte, Frank, Dokter, Adriaan, Horton, Kyle, Van Doren, Benjamin, Kolodzinski, Jeffrey, Shamoun-Baranes, Judy, and Farnsworth, Andrew. 1. Aircraft collisions with birds span the entire history of human aviation, including fatal collisions during some of the first powered human flig... Journal of Applied Ecology. University of Copenhagen, Cornell University, Colorado State University, University of Oxford, The Port Authority of NY & NJ*, and University of Amsterdam.
2021. Tao, Yun, Ferrari, Matthew, Shea, Katriona, Probeert, William, Runge, Michael, Lafferty, Kevin, and Tildesley, Michael. Livestock diseases have devastating consequences economically, socially, and politically across the globe. In certain systems, pathogens remain via... Journal of the Royal Society Interface. University of California, Santa Barbara, Pennsylvania State University, University of Oxford, United States Geological Survey, and University of Warwick.
2020. Silverberg, Sarah, Puchalski-Ritchie, Lisa, Gobat, Nina, Nichol, Alistair, and Murthy, Srinavas. Objectives: The outcome of well-performed clinical research is essential for evidence-based patient management during pandemics. However, conductin... PLOS ONE. University of British Columbia, University of Toronto, University of Oxford, and Monash University.
2021. Reichert, Michael, Morand-Ferron, Julie, Kulahci, Ipek, Firth, Josh, Davidson, Gabrielle, Crofts, Sam, and Quinn, John. 1. The producer-scrounger game is a key element of foraging ecology in many systems. Producing and scrounging typically covary negatively, but part... Journal of Animal Ecology. Oklahoma State University, University of Ottawa, University College Cork, University of Oxford, and University of Cambridge.