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When the LiDAR technology reveals the scale of buried cities
A place between the dunes. Opportunistic exploitation of a coastal area during the pre-European stage of the island of Gran Canaria (circa centuries VIII-XI AD)
Defence and Offence Defence and Offence: Armour and Weapons in Tibetan Culture
International audience This special issue of Annali di Ca’ Foscari-Serie orientale gathers scholars from various disciplines (history, art history, philology, Mongol studies and arms and armour specialists), in order to spur dialogue on the development and history of Tibetan weapons, and add new ave...
Writings in network. The case of Palaeohispanic scripts
CRISPR-Cas immunity: beyond nonself and defence
International audience In this commentary of Koonin's target paper, we defend an extended view of CRISPR-Cas immunity by arguing that CRISPR-Cas includes, but cannot be reduced to, defence against nonself. CRISPR-Cas systems can target endogenous elements (for example in DNA repair) and tolerate exo...
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Changes in sleep timing and subjective sleep quality during the COVID-19 lockdown in Italy and Belgium: age, gender and working status as modulating factors
Confidence in visual motion discrimination is preserved in individuals with schizophrenia
International audience Background: Metacognition is the set of reflexive processes that allows humans to evaluate the accuracy of their mental operations. Metacognitive deficits have been described in people with schizophrenia using mostly narrative assessment, and they have been linked to several k...
Appel ERC Starting Grant 2019
© pict rider - Fotolia.com Appel ERC-2019-StG Ouverture : 10.09.2018 Clôture : étape 1 le 17.10.2018 Budget : 580 millions L'appel ERC Starting Grant 2018, destiné aux jeunes chercheurs, s'est ouvert le 10 septembre 2018 avec une date limite de soumission le 17 octobre 2018. Appel à propositions Le...
Jurisdictional Pluralism in a Litigious Sea (1590–1630) Jurisdictional Pluralism in a Litigious Sea (1590–1630): Hard Cases, Multi-Sited Trials and Legal Enforcement between North Africa and Italy
Immunology and individuality
International audience Immunology and philosophy have a rich history of dialogue. Immunologists have long been influenced by ideas from philosophy, notably the concept of 'self', and many philosophers have explored the conceptual, theoretical and methodological foundations of immunology. Here, I dis...
Data models & FAIR principles : the issue of historical research data interoperability
"Monk Officials as Military Officers in the Tibetan Ganden Phodrang Army (1895–1959)"
1856 Dorugu, un voyageur haoussa en Europe
On endogenous formation of price expectations
International audience We study a two-period exchange economy with complete financial markets and endogenous borrowing constraints. Contrary to perfect foresight paradigm, we assume that agents are heterogeneous in their ability to forecast future prices. We introduce a new equilibrium concept, call...
Long-Term BCI Training of a Tetraplegic User: Adaptive Riemannian Classifiers and User Training
International audience While often presented as promising assistive technologies for motor-impaired users, electroencephalography (EEG)-based Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) remain barely used outside laboratories due to low reliability in real-life conditions. There is thus a need to design long-t...
Understanding Dyslexia Through Personalized Large-Scale Computational Models
International audience Learning to read is foundational for literacy development, yet many children in primary school fail to become efficient readers despite normal intelligence and schooling. This condition, referred to as developmental dyslexia, has been hypothesized to occur because of deficits...
Evaluating remote sensing datasets and machine learning algorithms for mapping plantations and successional forests in Phnom Kulen National Park of Cambodia
International audience This study develops a modelling framework by utilizing multi-sensor imagery for classifying different forest and land use types in the Phnom Kulen National Park (PKNP) in Cambodia. Three remote sensing datasets (Landsat optical data, ALOS L-band data and LiDAR derived Canopy H...
Mass-independent and mass-dependent Cr isotopic composition of the Rumuruti (R) chondrites: Implications for their origin and planet formation
Philosophy of CRISPR-Cas: Introduction to Eugene Koonin’s target paper and commentaries
Mahendraparvata: an early Angkor-period capital defined through airborne laser scanning at Phnom Kulen
The Limitations of Being a Copycat: Learning Golf Putting Through Auditory and Visual Guidance
International audience The goal of this study was to investigate whether sensory cues carrying the kinematic template of expert performance (produced by mapping movement to a sound or visual cue) displayed prior to and during movement execution can enhance motor learning of a new skill (golf putting...
Understanding Multicellularity: The Functional Organization of the Intercellular Space
International audience Integrative Physiology, a section of the journal Frontiers in Physiology The aim of this paper is to provide a theoretical framework to understand how multicellular systems realize functionally integrated physiological entities by organizing their intercellular space. From a p...
Modeling the Variability of Developmental Dyslexia
International audience Introduction Reading is a highly complex task that relies on the integration of visual, orthographic, phonological and semantic information. This complexity is clearly reflected in current computational models of reading (Coltheart et al.
A dual decomposition strategy of both microbial and phenotypic components for a better understanding of causal claims
International audience In our commentary on Lynch et al.'s target paper (2019, this issue), we focus on decomposition as a research strategy. We argue that not only the presumptive microbial causes but also their supposed phenotypic effects need to be decomposed relative to each other. Such a dual d...
Buddhism as the end and means of the Ganden Phodrang army: an introduction to relations between the Buddhic and military spheres in Tibet (1642-1959)