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BioMed Research International Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2017
  • Serum Osteocalcin and Testosterone Concentrations in Adult Males with or without Primary Osteoporosis: A Meta-Analysis.
  • Design and Testing of an Experimental Steam-Induced Burn Model in Rats.
  • Anti-Platelet Factor 4/Heparin Antibody Formation Occurs Endogenously and at Unexpected High Frequency in Polycythemia Vera.
  • Functional Roles of Pattern Recognition Receptors That Recognize Virus Nucleic Acids in Human Adipose-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells.
  • Pterostilbene Induces Cell Apoptosis and Cell Cycle Arrest in T-Cell Leukemia/Lymphoma by Suppressing the ERK1/2 Pathway.
  • Salvia miltiorrhiza Roots against Cardiovascular Disease: Consideration of Herb-Drug Interactions.
  • The Incorporation of Strontium in a Sodium Alginate Coating on Titanium Surfaces for Improved Biological Properties.
  • Can the Weight of an External Breast Prosthesis Influence Trunk Biomechanics during Functional Movement in Postmastectomy Women?
  • Long-Term Oncological Outcomes for Young Men Undergoing Radical Prostatectomy for Localized Prostate Cancer.
  • Corrigendum to "Prediction of Local Ultimate Strain and Toughness of Trabecular Bone Tissue by Raman Material Composition Analysis".
  • How to Use CA-125 More Effectively in the Diagnosis of Deep Endometriosis.
  • Advances and Current Concepts in the Medical Management of Gastroenteropancreatic Neuroendocrine Neoplasms.
  • A Study on Cytotoxic and Apoptotic Potential of a Triterpenoid Saponin (3-O-[alpha]-L-Arabinosyl Oleanolic Acid) Isolated from Schumacheria...
  • Bone Marrow Metastasis Is an Early Stage of Bone Metastasis in Breast Cancer Detected Clinically by F18-FDG-PET/CT Imaging.
  • Naturally Occurring Resistance-Associated Variants to Hepatitis C Virus Direct-Acting Antiviral Agents in Treatment-Naive HCV Genotype 6a-Infected...
  • Semianalytical Solution for the Deformation of an Elastic Layer under an Axisymmetrically Distributed Power-Form Load: Application to...
  • Evidence for Tissue Toxicity in BALB/c Exposed to a Long-Term Treatment with Oxiranes Compared to Meglumine Antimoniate.
  • Learning and Treatment of Anaphylaxis by Laypeople: A Simulation Study Using Pupilar Technology.
  • The Effects of Ex Vivo Administration of Granulocyte-Macrophage Colony-Stimulating Factor and Endotoxin on Cytokine Release of Whole Blood Are...
  • Decellularization Strategies for Regenerative Medicine: From Processing Techniques to Applications.
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    CRM Magazine Trade Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2018
  • Customer Service Needs to Tackle Customer Emotion: How a customer feels about an interaction is the biggest contributor to good CX.
  • Which CRM Features Are Small Businesses Not Taking Advantage of? This year's version of 'ask the vendors' examines what SMBs might be missing.
  • TENMAT Builds Revenue with PipelineDeals CRM: The manufacturing company uses its CRM to increase sales by 30 percent.
  • ICS+ Streamlines Its Business with The automated systems provider has broken down silos thanks to its Salesforce suite.
  • Jewelry TV Unearths a Data Management Gem in Riversand: The TV retailer has tripled the amount of product information on its website.
  • COLLEGES CAN'T CLING TO OLD CRM TECHNOLOGY: Higher education today needs CRM systems that can integrate and adapt.
  • Customer Service Considers a WAGE INCREASE: Agent attrition is still a major concern for contact center operators, but pay is just one issue.
  • Companies Can Innovate and Cut Costs with Costovation: R&D doesn't have to suffer just because money's tight.
  • The Four Stages of Content Consumption: The content that B2B audiences consume reflects their position in the conversion funnel, research finds.
  • An Empowered Workforce Needs a Culture of Engagement: Employee engagement, employee experience, and employee enablement have to come together.
  • Businesses Are Hesitant to Invest in Retargeting: Despite its many benefits, businesses don't use retargeting because they fear a consumer backlash.
  • The Five Levels of Customer Experience: A recent report from Gartner proposes a CX pyramid.
  • Buyer Enablement Is the Key to B2B Sales: Much of the sales process happens before sales reps get involved.
  • Sales Is Merging with Science: More STEM graduates are finding their niche in sales careers.
  • Automating Customer Service Means Striking a Balance: Too much automation can leave customers feeling put off.
  • Innovation Is What Makes Us Great: Customer service flourishes in a climate where people are free to innovate, and fail, and start over again.
  • Paying Employees for Delivering Good CX Is a Bad Idea: Money can be a shortcut to accountability. Here's how to wean yourself off of monetary...
  • It's Time for Marketers to Go Back to School.
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    Fuel Cells Today Trade Newsletter Feb 14, 2007
    Harvard Journal of Law & Technology Professional Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2018
    Holography News Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2018
    IDMi (Information & Document Management International) Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2018
    Japan Inc. Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2008
    Journal of Information Systems Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2004
    MarketWatch: Infrastructure Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 25, 2003
    MarketWatch: Wireless Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 26, 2003
    MIT Technology Review Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2018
  • Noon in the antilibrary.
  • V the people: Can Taiwan's experiment in participatory lawmaking teach the world anything about the future of governing?
  • Teaching propaganda how to talk: The Al advances that brought you Alexa will be weaponized for political manipulation.
  • Meet the consultants who divine your political preferences by peering inside your brain.
  • Data lord of lobbying: FiscalNote takes the intuition out of politics. Does it take the democracy out, too?
  • Who needs democracy when you have data?
  • Kenya's technology evolved. Its political problems stayed the same: Long before the internet, hate speech flourished in echo chambers of a different...
  • Here's how hackers could cause chaos in the US midterm elections.
  • Your vote is in jeopardy: Cyberattacks on the 2016 US election caused states to bolster the defenses of their voting systems. It hasn't been enough.
  • Can big data tame Big Brother? China's adoption of ever more intrusive technology could, paradoxically, lead to stronger civil liberties.
  • Inside the race to catch the worryingly real fakes that can be made using artificial intelligence.
  • 4 The Revisionists.
  • 3 The Hopeful.
  • A field guide to the depressed former internet optimists: The events of 2016 shattered the worldview of the internet idealists. Now they are casting...
  • From 2008 to 2020 The first Obama campaign kicked off a technological revolution in electioneering. Where is it going next?
  • A vision of division: Maps Twitter activity show how political polarization manifests online and why divides are so hard to bridge.
  • No, big tech didn't make us polarized (but it sure helps): Social-media bubbles tell only part of the story of why we're so divided. The rest is in...
  • The road from Tahrir to Trump: To understand how digital technologies went from instruments for spreading democracy to weapons for attacking it, you...
  • From the editor.
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    Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal Professional Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2017
    Scientia Magna Professional Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2013
    Technical Communication Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2005
  • How Academics and Practitioners Evaluate Technical Texts: A Focus Group Study.
  • Technology Transfer: Political Pressure, Economic Necessity, Social Phenomenon, Financial Reward, or Intellectual Pleasure?
  • Relations of Power and Solidarity in Scientific Communities: A Cross-cultural Comparison of Politeness Strategies in the Writing of Native English...
  • Reading Virgil's Georgics as a Scientific Text.
  • Oratory and Rhetoric in Renaissance Medicine.
  • Attitude, Certainty and Allusions to Common Knowledge in Scientific Research Articles.
  • Synchronous Computer Mediated Communication Captured by Usability Lab Technologies: New Interpretations.
  • Medical Image Modeling Tools and Applications [Special Issue].
  • Lean Consumption.
  • Execution Without Excuses.
  • Breakthrough Ideas for 2005.
  • A Syntactic Approach to Readability.
  • Google Intelligence! Sure, Search Engines Deliver, But What About the Off-line World?
  • Using Criteria in the Recommendation Report: A Case Study of the Texas A & M University Bonfire Commission Findings.
  • Teaching Technical Writing through Student Peer-evaluation.
  • Teaching Enron: The Rhetoric and Ethics of Whistle-blowing.
  • Teaching the Air Midwest Case: A Stakeholder Approach to Deliberative Technical Rhetoric.
  • The Relationship Between Negotiated Interaction, Learner Uptake, and Lexical Acquisition in Task-based Computer-mediated Communication.
  • The Lady's Rhetorick (1707): The Tip of the Iceberg for Women's Rhetorical Education in Englightenment France and Britain.
  • Introduction to the Special Issue on New Case Studies for Technical and Professional Communication [Special Issue].
  • 2087 Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2002

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