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Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A, ISSN 0168-9002, 05/2016, Volume 819, pp. 163 - 166
While high channel density can be easily achieved for big experiments using custom made microchips, providing something similar for small and medium size... 
Front-end electronics | Data acquisition | Silicon photomultiplier | Detector readout | INSTRUMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION | NUCLEAR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | PHYSICS, NUCLEAR | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS | Silicon | Circuit printing | Printed circuits | Detectors | Boards | Modules | Electronics | Photodetectors | Arrays | Channels
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Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A, ISSN 0168-9002, 02/2017, Volume 845, pp. 579 - 582
The matter-antimatter asymmetry observed in the universe today still lacks a quantitative explanation. One possible mechanism that could contribute to the... 
Antihydrogen | Scintillator | Silicon photomultiplier | Hodoscope | INSTRUMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION | NUCLEAR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | PHYSICS, NUCLEAR | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS | Measurement | Hydrogen | Detectors
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Hyperfine Interactions, ISSN 0304-3843, 08/2015, Volume 233, Issue 1-3, p. 35
The ASACUSA collaboration aims to measure the ground state hyperfine splitting (GS-HFS) of antihydrogen, the antimatter counterpart to atomic hydrogen.... 
Magnetic fields | Hydrogen | Analysis | Spectrum analysis | Physics - Atomic Physics
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by Steinhauser, Georg and Adlassnig, Wolfram and Risch, Jesaka Ahau and Anderlini, Serena and Arguriou, Petros and Armendariz, Aaron Zolen and Bains, William and Baker, Clark and Barnes, Martin and Barnett, Jonathan and Baumgartner, Michael and Baumgartner, Thomas and Bendall, Charles A and Bender, Yvonne S and Bichler, Max and Biermann, Teresa and Bini, Ronaldo and Blanco, Eduardo and Bleau, John and Brink, Anthony and Brown, Darin and Burghuber, Christopher and Calne, Roy and Carter, Brian and Castaño, Cesar and Celec, Peter and Celis, Maria Eugenia and Clarke, Nicky and Cockrell, David and Collins, David and Coogan, Brian and Craig, Jennifer and Crilly, Cal and Crowe, David and Csoka, Antonei B and Darwich, Chaza and del Kebos, Topiciprin and DeRinaldi, Michele and Dlamini, Bongani and Drewa, Tomasz and Dwyer, Michael and Eder, Fabienne and de Palma, Raúl Ehrichs and Esmay, Dean and Rött, Catherine Evans and Exley, Christopher and Falkov, Robin and Farber, Celia Ingrid and Fearn, William and Felsmann, Sophie and Flensmark, Jarl and Fletcher, Andrew K and Foster, Michaela and Fountoulakis, Kostas N and Fouratt, Jim and Blanca, Jesus Garcia and Sotelo, Manuel Garrido and Gittler, Florian and Gittler, Georg and Gomez, Juan and Gomez, Juan F and Polar, Maria Grazia Gonzales and Gonzalez, Jossina and Gösselsberger, Christoph and Habermacher, Lynn and Hajek, Michael and Hakala, Faith and Haliburton, Mary-Sue and Hankins, John Robert and Hart, Jason and Hasslberger, Sepp and Hennessey, Donalyn and Herrmann, Andrea and Hersee, Mike and Howard, Connie and Humphries, Suzanne and Isharc, Laeeth and Ivanovski, Petar and Jenuth, Stephen and Jerndal, Jens and Johnson, Christine and Keleta, Yonas and Kenny, Anna and Kidd, Billie and Kohle, Fritz and Kolahi, Jafar and Koller-Peroutka, Marianne and Kostova, Lyubov and Kumar, Arunachalam and Kurosawa, Alejandro and Lance, Tony and Lechermann, Michael and Lendl, Bernhard and Leuchters, Michael and Lewis, Evan and Lieb, Edward and Lloyd, Gloria and Losek, Angelika and Lu, Yao and Maestracci, Saadia and ...
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, ISSN 1386-7415, 10/2012, Volume 33, Issue 5, pp. 359 - 376
Peer review is a widely accepted instrument for raising the quality of science. Peer review limits the enormous unstructured influx of information and the... 
History of Medicine | Ethics | Innovation | Editorial policy | Periodicals as topic | Philosophy of Medicine | Peer review | General Surgery | Academic freedom | David F. Horrobin | Philosophy | Scientific hypotheses | Periodicals astopic | SOCIAL SCIENCES, BIOMEDICAL | SOCIAL ISSUES | GROW | USAGE | BACTERIUM | ETHICS | Hypotheses | Reviews
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by Steinhauser, Georg and Adlassnig, Wolfram and Risch, Jesaka Ahau and Anderlini, Serena and Arguriou, Petros and Armendariz, Aaron Zolen and Bains, William and Baker, Clark and Barnes, Martin and Barnett, Jonathan and Baumgartner, Michael and Baumgartner, Thomas and Bendall, Charles A and Bender, Yvonne S and Bichler, Max and Biermann, Teresa and Bini, Ronaldo and Blanco, Eduardo and Bleau, John and Brink, Anthony and Brown, Darin and Burghuber, Christopher and Calne, Roy and Carter, Brian and Castaño, Cesar and Celec, Peter and Celis, Maria Eugenia and Clarke, Nicky and Cockrell, David and Collins, David and Coogan, Brian and Craig, Jennifer and Crilly, Cal and Crowe, David and Csoka, Antonei B and Darwich, Chaza and Del Kebos, Topiciprin and Derinaldi, Michele and Dlamini, Bongani and Drewa, Tomasz and Dwyer, Michael and Eder, Fabienne and de Palma, Raúl Ehrichs and Esmay, Dean and Rött, Catherine Evans and Exley, Christopher and Falkov, Robin and Farber, Celia Ingrid and Fearn, William and Felsmann, Sophie and Flensmark, Jarl and Fletcher, Andrew K and Foster, Michaela and Fountoulakis, Kostas N and Fouratt, Jim and Blanca, Jesus Garcia and Sotelo, Manuel Garrido and Gittler, Florian and Gittler, Georg and Gomez, Juan and Gomez, Juan F and Polar, Maria Grazia Gonzales and Gonzalez, Jossina and Gösselsberger, Christoph and Habermacher, Lynn and Hajek, Michael and Hakala, Faith and Haliburton, Mary-Sue and Hankins, John Robert and Hart, Jason and Hasslberger, Sepp and Hennessey, Donalyn and Herrmann, Andrea and Hersee, Mike and Howard, Connie and Humphries, Suzanne and Isharc, Laeeth and Ivanovski, Petar and Jenuth, Stephen and Jerndal, Jens and Johnson, Christine and Keleta, Yonas and Kenny, Anna and Kidd, Billie and Kohle, Fritz and Kolahi, Jafar and Koller-Peroutka, Marianne and Kostova, Lyubov and Kumar, Arunachalam and Kurosawa, Alejandro and Lance, Tony and Lechermann, Michael and Lendl, Bernhard and Leuchters, Michael and Lewis, Evan and Lieb, Edward and Lloyd, Gloria and Losek, Angelika and Lu, Yao and Maestracci, Saadia and ...
Theoretical medicine and bioethics, 10/2012, Volume 33, Issue 5, p. 359
Peer review is a widely accepted instrument for raising the quality of science. Peer review limits the enormous unstructured influx of information and the... 
Science - trends | Humans | Science - ethics | Periodicals as Topic - ethics | Periodicals as Topic - standards | Creativity | Peer Review, Research | Editorial Policies | Selection Bias | Research Report | Periodicals as Topic - trends | Science - standards | Observer Variation
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