Browse Illinois Research and Scholarship by Title

  • Getz, Lowell L. (2013)

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  • Stiles, Bethany B. (2014)
    Neruda Songs (2005) came to my attention during graduate work at the University of Louisville, where the cycle had won the prestigious Grawemeyer Award for Music Competition in 2008. I walked the long hallway featuring ...

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  • Singh, Vandana; Twidale, Michael B.; Rathi, Dinesh (2006)
    We explore online technical support of open source software by a study of postings to discussion boards. Our results indicate that there are several types of detail that are required by the help-givers to be able to diagnose ...

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  • Haklay, Muki; Budhathoki, Nama R. (2010-03-19)

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  • Sotomayor, Antonio (Journal of Sport History, 2015)
    Contextualized in a Western push for post-war decolonization and modernization, the development of recreation programs in 1950s Puerto Rico helped consolidate the state’s sport institution, and in turn legitimize a new ...

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  • Hoang, Linh K.; Schneider, Jodi (iSchools, 2017)
    Systematic review is a type of literature review designed to synthesize all available evidence on a given question. Systematic reviews require significant time and effort, which has led to the continuing development of ...

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  • Heap, Tania; Thompson, Marc (2018-03-23)
    In higher education and technology-enhanced learning environments, there is an increasing need for faculty members, instructional designers, and other learning professionals to be aware of and to use technologies and other ...

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  • Getz, Lowell L.; Carter, C. Sue (Phi Sigma Society, 2017-03-20)
    Because the prairie vole, Microtus ochrogaster, displays monogamous social behavior, the has become an unprecedented model organism for basic and translational research focusing on the biology of the human social brain, ...

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  • Potter, G. William; Getz, Lowell L. (2015-03-17)
    Abstract: On 11 January 1944 the US 8th Air Force mounted a maximum effort raid on targets deep in Germany in the vicinity of Brunswick. As the Strike Force moved over the continent, weather conditions, both over continent ...

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  • Beider, Harris; Harwood, Stacy; Chahal, Kushminder (Coventry University, 2017-07)
    This report presents an analysis of white working-class communities’ perspectives on belonging, change, identity, and immigration. Recent studies about the white working class focus on national politics, religion, and ...

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  • Getz, Lowell L. (2014-04-15)

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  • Goodno, Barry J.; Craig, James I.; Losiriluk, Thitikorn (Mid-America Earthquake Center, 2007-03)
    This project examined the behavior of nonstructural components present in essential facilities in Mid-America. School buildings were chosen for detailed studies because of the vulnerability of their occupants and the ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (Milbank Quarterly, 2019-07-10)
    The 2013 decision by the Supreme Court of the United States in Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc. was seen by many as a triumph for public health. The opinion declared human genes to be ineligible ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (University of Michigan Law School, 2012-12-17)
    Criminal and civil law differ greatly in their use of the element of intent. The purposes of intent in each legal system are tailored to effectuate very different goals. The Supreme Court’s recent decision in Global-Tech ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (Duke University Law Journal, 2017-01-19)
    Clinical research faces a reproducibility crisis. Many recent clinical and preclinical studies appear to be irreproducible; their results cannot be verified by outside researchers. This is problematic for not only scientific ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (Oxford University Press, 2017-12-07)
    The revolutionary gene-editing technology, CRISPR, has raised numerous ethical, legal, and social concerns over its use. The technology is also subject to an increasing patent thicket that raises similar issues concerning ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (FEMS Microbiology Letters 1, 2017-09-22)
    Microbial technologies often serve as the basis of fundamental research tools in molecular biology. These presents challenges, as well as ethical, legal and social issues, concerning their patenting. This commentary presents ...

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  • Sherkow, Jacob S. (Georgetown University Law Center, 2018-09-05)
    Cutting-edge scientific research faces a global reproducibility crisis: scientists often cannot faithfully reproduce their colleagues’ experiments. Several domestic patent law doctrines would appear to mitigate this ...

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    Lim, Bernard; Tng, Aspen; Ng, Gavin JP (2018-04-20)
    This app was designed as part of HackCulture 2018 (https://publish.illinois.edu/hackculture/) We designed this app to map out the safest route (instead of the shortest ones provided by Google Maps). Routes are ...

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