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Feb 29 2012


Published by under Dentistry

16–  29 February 2012



1. 牙周病者易患糖尿男士抗拒用牙線每日只刷牙一次  [蘋果日報] 2012-02-29 A15 健康與醫療

2. 口腔含菌易腦炎  [都市日報] 2012-02-23 P34 life style

3. 遲未出牙 發展遲緩?0-1  [明報] 2012-02-22 G11 Happy PaMa 育兒百科 姚樂兒

4. 意婦洗牙染退伍軍人症亡 全球首宗 牙醫椅桿菌溫  [明報] 2012-02-18 A10

5. 港人剝牙大減牙醫無牙練習  [明報] 2012-02-16 A11 港聞 特稿

6. 抗氧護齒 飲綠茶利牙齦  [星島日報] 2012-02-16 E08 健康港 Kaman

7. 不同牙層軟硬有別  [明報] 2012-02-16 A11 港聞 話你知

8. 牙骹痛礙說話進食  [星島日報] 2012-02-16 E08 健康港 醫護良言 Chris


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Feb 28 2012

Re.bus: A Journal of Art History & Theory

Published by University of Essex, Re.bus is a postgraduate journal of the Department of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex.

Founded and edited by postgraduate students of the department, the journal publishes peer reviewed papers that present new research and fresh perspectives on art and its histories as well as related aspects of cultural theory.

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Feb 28 2012

Raymond Carver Review (RCR)

Published by the English Department of Kent State University in cooperation with the International Raymond Carver Society, the Raymond Carver Review (RCR) is a peer-reviewed, electronic annual which seeks to publish the best critical work both from established and emerging Carver scholars around the world.  

Begun by members of the International Raymond Carver Society, the RCR is produced by international Carver scholars devoted to promoting the study of this important and influential author.   Please click here to access.

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Feb 28 2012

Research in Language

Research in Language is published by Versita.  The aim of this international journal is to promote ideas in the field of linguistics and language studies. These have always been very broad and diverse fields, which are still broadening now. As other scholarly disciplines, language studies undergo two, seemingly counteracting, processes.

The first is the process of diversification of the field into narrower and narrower domains of specialisation, while the other, resulting from interdisciplinarity, is the process of convergence. It is in fact the latter of the two, aiming to bridge gaps between modular compartments of language studies and to show the multidimensional nature of language, which will be the focus of the journal.

Language in its entirety, not only with its traditional division into phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics but its overlaps, borderline areas, relations with vision and other systems, the psychological and social shaping of linguistic convention and creativity, questions of language and the mind, that will find their place in this journal.

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Feb 28 2012

Constellations: an academic journal

Published by the University of Alberta, Constellations is a student-run, student-written, and student-reviewed undergraduate journal, using a traditional peer-review system as one would find in any professional, academic journal. 

Constellations strives to provide a forum for young historians and classicists to have the experience of writing for an academic journal. In order to maximize the number of opportunities for undergraduate students to have their work published, Constellations is very broad in its scope and will accept papers on any topic that is historical or classical in scope, even from non history or classics courses.

It is available free of charge as an Open Access journal on the Internet. Please click here to access.

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Feb 28 2012

Transcultural Studies – open access

Transcultural Studies is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal committed to promoting the knowledge and research of transculturality in all disciplines. It is published by the Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context: Shifting Asymmetries and Cultural Flows” of the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg.”

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Feb 27 2012

Free Selected Articles from Cognition, Technology & Work

Cognition, Technology & Work focuses on the practical issues of human interaction with technology within the context of work and, in particular, how human cognition affects, and is affected by, work and worational factors. The aim is to publish research that normally resides on the borderline between people, technology, and organisations. Including how people use information technology, how experience and expertise develop through work, and how incidents and accidents are due to the interaction between individual, technical and organisational factors.

This journal is available on SpringerLink and has just published a Special Issue on Human-automation CoagencyFree read the papers of the Special Issue until March 31, 2012:

While some articles are not yet published in an e- or print issue, they are already available via Online First.

HKUL users can continue to access the journal via https://library.hku.hk/record=b3008795.

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Feb 27 2012

Free Selected Articles from Social Network Analysis and Mining

Social Network Analysis and Mining (SNAM) is intended to be a multidisciplinary journal to serve both academia and industry as a main venue for a wide range of researchers and readers from computer science, social sciences, mathematical sciences, medical and biological sciences. The main areas covered by SNAM include: (1) data mining advances on the discovery and analysis of communities, personalization for solitary activities (like search) and social activities (like discovery of potential friends), the analysis of user behavior in open forums (like conventional sites, blogs and forums) and in commercial platforms (like e-auctions), and the associated security and privacy-preservation challenges; (2) social network modeling, construction of scalable, customizable social network infrastructure, identification and discovery of dynamics, growth, and evolution patterns using machine learning approaches or multi-agent based simulation.

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Feb 27 2012

New ScienceDirect (SciVerse) Applications

“Elsevier ScienceDirect launched SciVerse Applications Beta.  SciVerse Applications Beta lets you integrate search and discovery applications into ScienceDirect to help you be more productive in your research. Read more about it here.  Some of the applications available”

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Feb 27 2012

Dental Research Seminar

Published by under Dentistry

Date: March 5, 2012 (Monday)
Time: 12:45 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
Venue: Lecture Theatre II, G/F, The Prince Philip Dental Hospital


Presenter: Ms. Zhuang Longfei, PhD Candidate

Title: Etiology of Periodontitis and Peri-implantitis: Infectious Diseases?

Abstract: Bacteria have been recognized to play a central role in the development of periodontitis. So far, however, there is no definitive evidence that periodontitis is an “infectious disease” in the classical sense. The species associated with periodontits are not exogenous pathogens but part of the normal oral microbiota and whether there exists transmission from tooth to tooth is still controversial. Similar to periodontal diseases, studies have also associated the presence of bacterial colonization at titanium dental implants to peri-implantitis. Still, whether transmission from tooth to implant or from implant to implant exists is not clear.

In the preliminary study, we compared the composition of microbiota from deep and shallow periodontal pockets within the same subjects, who have never performed any form of oral hygiene interventions since their birth using culture-independent sequencing method. The microbiota in deep sites was significantly more diverse and more complex than in shallow sites (p<0.05), implying that the transmission from teeth to teeth does not exist.

And a cross-sectional study will be done to compare microbiota from healthy teeth, periodontally involved teeth, healthy implants and peri-implantitis affected implants within the same subject by using molecular method to test whether there exists transmission of microbiota from tooth to implant or from implant to implant.

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