Wai Lo

United States UConn

Hub

Commented on The future of banking
China appears to be charging ahead with plans to use the e-CNY outside its borders, for international trade.

Hub

Commented on Industrial Organizational (I/O) Psychology: The Study of Workplace Behavior
A current popular area in I/O Psychology is the study and implementation of remote work and virtual teams, driven by the global shift towards remote working conditions due to events like the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hub

Commented on Astrotheology
Can they define the hub better? Please add more description and keywords.

Poster

Commented on Combination therapy with OBT-A versus triptans as a treatment for chronic migraine; a pilot study
This pilot study aims to evaluate the efficacy and safety of combining triptans with Botulinum Toxin Type A (BTX-A) in treating chronic migraines, given the known risks of triptan overuse and the official approval of BTX-A for such conditions.

Webinar

Commented on Reimagining Meat: Pathways for Cell Biologists in the Cultivated Meat Field
A new company in LA has pioneered a scalable way to grow nourishing and affordable meat from cultured cells. It's orders-of-magnitude more sustainable than conventional meat, and doesn't involve sacrificing an animal.

Funding

Commented on Notice of Intent
Not sure what kind of this call ?

Hub

Commented on Ethical Implications of AI-Generated Content
We need to establish guidelines that guide the ethical creation, use, and consumption of AI-generated content.

Hub

Commented on The Generations Research Hub
Great hub, understanding the distinct approaches each generation takes to realizing their potential can provide valuable insights for various aspects of society, from work dynamics to consumer behavior and driving change.

Hub

Commented on The future of banking
For sure. AI will play a significant role in banking, with chatbots and virtual assistants becoming more sophisticated.

Article

Commented on Advances in the Fabrication of Biomaterials for Gradient Tissue Engineering
Great review article published in Trends Biotech. It would be interested to talk about how can the integration of physiological gradients found in natural tissues be effectively employed in functional tissue engineering, and what are the primary methods currently being explored for gradient fabrication in engineered tissues?

Article

Commented on 3D bioprinting of cells, tissues and organs
3D bioprinting offers a revolutionary method for creating intricate biological structures, addressing traditional tissue engineering challenges by meticulously layering biomaterials, with research now focusing on printing organs, improving tissue construction, and developing advanced disease models.

Article

Commented on Using Remote Fields for Complex Tissue Engineering
These magnetic, optical, and acoustic fields offer promising methods to direct the arrangement of the fundamental components in tissue engineering.

Article

Commented on Model-Directed Design of Tissue Engineering Scaffolds
Scaffold-based tissue engineering has greatly benefited from advancements in material fabrication, enabling the creation of structures that closely mimic native tissues. Despite these advancements, finding the optimal scaffold design through traditional methods is tedious and costly. Leveraging computational optimization can rapidly identify ideal scaffold parameters, but it requires ongoing collaboration between computational modeling and material science experts, as well as improvements in fabrication methods and more physiologically accurate simulations.

Webinar

Commented on Assessment of Neuropsychological Change Across the Lifespan
I am wondering what specific age groups they are interested? maybe I missed that part.

Webinar

Commented on Reviewer Roulette: Understanding reviewer behaviors and motivations to improve our responses
I really look forward to hearing that. This is the first time I hear the peer review process by looking at the reviewers behaviors.