High-field charge transport and noise in p-Si from first principles

Kavli Affiliate: Austin Minnich | First 5 Authors: David Catherall, Austin Minnich, , , | Summary: The parameter-free computation of charge transport properties of semiconductors is now routine owing to advances in the ab-initio description of the electron-phonon interaction. Many studies focus on the low-field regime in which the carrier temperature equals the lattice temperature […]


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Humanized antibody potently neutralizes all SARS-CoV-2 variants by a novel mechanism

Kavli Affiliate: Robert Edwards | Authors: Sai Luo, Jun Zhang, Alex J.B. Kreutzberger, Amanda Eaton, Robert J. Edwards, Changbin Jing, Hai-Qiang Dai, Gregory D. Sempowski, Kenneth Cronin, Robert Parks, Adam Yongxin Ye, Katayoun Mansouri, Maggie Barr, Novalia Pishesha, Aimee Chapdelaine Williams, Lucas Vieira Francisco, Anand Saminathan, Hanqin Peng, Himanshu Batra, Lorenza Bellusci, Surender Khurana, S. […]


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Pumping the brakes on RNA velocity – understanding and interpreting RNA velocity estimates

Kavli Affiliate: Loyal Goff | Authors: Shijie C. Zheng, Genevieve Stein-O’Brien, Leandros Boukas, Loyal A Goff and Kasper D Hansen | Summary: RNA velocity analysis of single cells promises to predict temporal dynamics from gene expression. Indeed, in many systems, it has been observed that RNA velocity produces a vector field that qualitatively reflects known […]


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White matter and literacy: a dynamic system in flux

Kavli Affiliate: Terry Jernigan | Authors: SEthan Roy, Adam Richie-Halford, John Kruper, Manjari Narayan, David Bloom, Timoty T. Brown, Terry L. Jernigan, Bruce D. McCandliss, Ariel Rokem and Jason D. Yeatman | Summary: Past studies have linked differences in white matter tissue properties to reading skills. However, these studies have reported a range of, sometimes […]


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Targeted cortical stimulation reveals principles of cortical contextual interactions

Kavli Affiliate: Kenneth Miller | Authors: Shen Wang, Agostina Palmigiano, Kenneth D Miller and Stephen David Van Hooser | Summary: Cross-orientation suppression is a classic form of contextual normalization in visual cortex, yet the degree to which cortical circuits participate in the normalization computation is unclear. We visualized orientation maps of individual ferrets, and provided […]


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Angular analysis of $B^+ to ρ^+ρ^0$ decays reconstructed in 2019, 2020, and 2021 Belle II data

Kavli Affiliate: T. Higuchi | First 5 Authors: Belle II Collaboration, F. Abudinén, I. Adachi, K. Adamczyk, L. Aggarwal | Summary: We report on a Belle II measurement of the branching fraction ($mathcal{B}$), longitudinal polarization fraction ($f_L$), and CP asymmetry ($mathcal{A}_{CP}$) of $B^+to rho^+rho^0$ decays. We reconstruct $B^+to rho^+(to pi^+pi^0(to gammagamma))rho^0(to pi^+pi^-)$ decays in a […]


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Cortical ripples during NREM sleep and waking in humans

Kavli Affiliate: Eric Halgren | Authors: Charles W Dickey, Ilya A Verzhbinsky, Xi Jiang, Burke Q Rosen, Sophie Kajfez, Emad N Eskandar, Jorge Gonzalez-Martinez, Sydney S Cash and Eric Halgren | Summary: Hippocampal ripples index the reconstruction of spatiotemporal neuronal firing patterns essential for the consolidation of memories in the cortex during non-rapid eye movement […]


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X-ray Halos around Massive Galaxies: Data and Theory

Kavli Affiliate: Mark Vogelsberger | First 5 Authors: Akos Bogdan, Mark Vogelsberger, , , | Summary: The presence of gaseous X-ray halos around massive galaxies is a basic prediction of all past and modern structure formation simulations. The importance of these X-ray halos is further emphasized by the fact that they retain signatures of the […]


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A non-linear solution to the $S_8$ tension?

Kavli Affiliate: George Efstathiou | First 5 Authors: Alexandra Amon, George Efstathiou, , , | Summary: Weak galaxy lensing surveys have consistently reported a lower amplitude for the matter fluctuation spectrum, as measured by the $S_8$ parameter, than expected in the $Lambda{rm CDM}$ cosmology favoured by $Planck$. However, the expansion history follows the predictions of […]


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Bridging quantum many-body scar and quantum integrability in Ising chains with transverse and longitudinal fields

Kavli Affiliate: Cheng Peng | First 5 Authors: Cheng Peng, Xiaoling Cui, , , | Summary: Quantum many-body scar (QMBS) and quantum integrability(QI) have been recognized as two distinct mechanisms for the breakdown of eigenstate thermalization hypothesis(ETH) in an isolated system. In this work, we reveal a smooth route to connect these two ETH-breaking mechanisms […]


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