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    Scientific Education and Innovation: From Technical Diplomas to University STEM Degrees

    Bianchi, Nicola, Giorcelli, Michela
    IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2019
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    Title: Scientific Education and Innovation: From Technical Diplomas to University STEM Degrees
    Author: Bianchi, Nicola; Giorcelli, Michela
    Subject: Stem Education
    Description: This paper studies the effects of university STEM education on innovation and labor market outcomes by exploiting a change in enrollment requirements in Italian STEM majors. University-level scientific education had two direct effects on the development of patents by students who had acquired a STEM degree. First, the policy changed the direction of their innovation. Second, it allowed these individuals to reach top positions within firms and be more involved in the innovation process. STEM degrees, however, also changed occupational sorting. Some higher-achieving individuals used STEM degrees to enter jobs that required university-level education, but did not focus on patenting.
    Is part of: IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2019

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    Clomiphene citrate effect in obese men with low serum testosterone treated with metformin due to dysmetabolic disorders: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study

    Pelusi, Carla, Giagulli, Vito Angelo, Baccini, Margherita, Fanelli, Flaminia, Mezzullo, Marco, Fazzini, Alessia, Bianchi, Nicola, Carbone, Matteo Domenico, De Pergola, Giovanni, Mastroroberto, Marianna, Morselli Labate, Antonio Maria, Pasquali, Renato
    PLoS ONE, 2017, Vol.12(9) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Metal Availability and Transfer along Food Chains in Siena, a Small Medieval Town in Italy

    Rota, Emilia, Bianchi, Nicola, Bargagli, Roberto
    Journal of Chemistry, 2018, Vol.2018 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Calgranulin B (S100A9/MRP14): A Key Molecule in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis?

    Bargagli, Elena, Olivieri, Carmela, Cintorino, Marcella, Refini, Rosa, Bianchi, Nicola, Prasse, Antje, Rottoli, Paola
    Inflammation, 2011, Vol.34(2), pp.85-91 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Human Chitotriosidase: a Sensitive Biomarker of Sarcoidosis

    Bargagli, Elena, Bennett, David, Maggiorelli, Claudia, Sipio, Pasquale, Margollicci, Maria, Bianchi, Nicola, Rottoli, Paola
    Journal of Clinical Immunology, 2013, Vol.33(1), pp.264-270 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Metal Availability and Transfer along Food Chains in Siena, a Small Medieval Town in Italy

    Rota, Emilia, Bianchi, Nicola, Bargagli, Roberto
    Journal of Chemistry, 2018, Vol.2018, 8 pages [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Metal Availability and Transfer along Food Chains in Siena, a Small Medieval Town in Italy
    Author: Rota, Emilia; Bianchi, Nicola; Bargagli, Roberto
    Contributor: Dampare, Samuel B
    Subject: Review Article
    Description: Heavy metals originating from vehicular emissions and other anthropogenic sources pose one of the main environmental health risks in urban areas. The assessment of metal bioaccumulation in selected species of synanthropic organisms allows evaluating their bioavailability and the transfer along food chains in urban ecosystems. An overall view of the results achieved in Siena on urban ecosystems shows that the mean Cd, Cu, Pb, and Zn concentrations in biological crusts covering urban walls (0.66, 34, 65, and 184 g·g d.w.) are higher than the respective concentrations in tree leaf litter (0.19, 9.5, 9.2, and 38 g·g d.w.) and topsoil (0.40, 44, 34.2, and 102 g·g d.w.). Furthermore, the epilithic moss accumulated much higher levels of Cd, Cu, Pb, and Zn (0.34, 65, 17.6, and 106 g·g d.w.) than epiphytic lichens (0.22, 11.6, 2.1, and 47.3 g·g d.w.) or the holm oak live foliage (0.15, 14, 1.51, and 26.5 g·g d.w.), respectively. However, analyses of the soft tissues of , a snail dwelling on stone walls, show that metals deposited on urban walls are scarcely bioavailable. accumulates (and transfers to the next trophic level) amounts of Cd, Cu, Pb, and Zn (1.7, 171, 1.1, and 71 g·g d.w., respectively) that are comparable or inferior to those found in a ground-dwelling snail (3.3, 88, 2.0, and 880 g·g d.w.) and two earthworm species (2.0–4.4, 18–23, 1.4–2.2, and 356–594 g·g d.w.) from the same urban green area.
    Is part of: Journal of Chemistry, 2018, Vol.2018, 8 pages
    Identifier: 2090-9063 (ISSN); 2090-9071 (E-ISSN); 10.1155/2018/3035091 (DOI)

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    Summary Report of the Spin Physics Working Group

    Bianchi, Nicola, Jakob, Rainer
    arXiv.org, Aug 8, 2001

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    Quark-hadron duality in structure functions

    Fantoni, Alessandra, Bianchi, Nicola, Liuti, Simonetta
    The European Physical Journal A - Hadrons and Nuclei, 2005, Vol.24, pp.35-39 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Mercury, Lead and Copper in Feathers and Excreta of Small Passerine Species in Relation to Foraging Guilds and Age of Feathers

    Leonzio, Claudio, Bianchi, Nicola, Gustin, Marco, Sorace, Alberto, Ancora, Stefania
    Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 2009, Vol.83(5), pp.693-697 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Parameterisation of \sigma_{1/2}-\sigma_{3/2} for Q^2 \geq 0 and non-resonance contribution to the GDH sum rule

    Bianchi, Nicola, Thomas, Eric
    arXiv.org, Feb 8, 1999 [Peer Reviewed Journal]