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  • Nachabe Taan, Yasmine
  • Doshi, Reeti; Braida, Washington; Christodoulatos, Christos; Wazne, Mahmoud; Connor, Gregory (2016-03-01)
    Nano-aluminum is being used in increasing quantities as energetic material. This research addresses the transport of two types of nanosized aluminum particles (with aluminum oxide, or carboxylate ligand coating, Alex and ...
  • Albar, Ahmad A.; Nowilaty, Sawsan R.; Ghazi, Nicola G.
    Many risk factors have been linked to retinal vein occlusions (RVOs) whether central or branch retinal vein occlusion. Ocular risk factors include glaucoma and hypermetropia. Controversy exists to whether short axial length ...
  • Romanos, J.; Barakat, F.; Abou Dargham, S.
    An overview is given of the development of nanoporous graphene monolith as storage materials for molecular hydrogen for next-generation low-pressure tanks. Compacting activated carbon powder into monolith is an efficient ...
  • Romanos, J.; Beckner, M.; Rash, T.; Firlej, L.; Kuchta, B.; Yu, P.; Suppes, G.; Wexler, C.; Pfeifer, P.
    This paper demonstrates that nanospace engineering of KOH activated carbon is possible by controlling the degree of carbon consumption and metallic potassium intercalation into the carbon lattice during the activation ...
  • Romanos, J.; Beckner, M.; Rash, T.; Firlej, Lucyna; Kuchta, B.; Yu, P.; Suppes, G.; Pfeifer, P.
    Early results on optimization of gravim. excess adsorption for undoped carbons, with KOH activation: 1.Excess adsorption and gravimetric storage capacity both increase with increasing KOH:C ratio and activation temperature. ...
  • Na'was, T.; Fakhoury, J.
    The nasal carriage of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus was detected in 550 hospital staff members of four hospitals in north Jordan. Of the 109 (19·8%) individuals tested who were nasal carriers of S. aureus, ...
  • Pribaz, JJ; Falco, N
    A free flap derived from the ascending helix of the ear has been used to reconstruct an anatomically diverse set of defects of the distal nose in 6 patients. Our cadaver injection studies have demonstrated that the blood ...
  • Yaacoub, Elias; Al-Kanj, Lina; Dawy, Zaher; Sharafeddine, Sanaa; Filali, Fethi; Abu-Dayya, Adnan (IEEE, )
    A game theoretical formulation for energy minimization in mobile-to-mobile cooperative networks is provided. The problem is formulated as a Nash bargaining game, and the Nash bargaining solution is derived. Furthermore, a ...
  • Fares, Najwan (Lebanese American University, 2011-10-25)
    Nasturtium officinalis plants, commonly known as Watercress, or Habb Ar Rashad in Arabic, possess a wide range of biological activities. Although not many studies were conducted on Watercress, research is still in progress ...
  • Costa, Ziad H. (2011-05-17)
    This study shows that foreign perfumes are still dominant in our rapidly growing perfumery industry. Despite the presence of domestic brands at low prices in the market, the people's buying behavior is oriented towards the ...
  • Unknown author
    National Artificial Intelligence Day is a project co-organized by LAU and the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland, and is being held under the patronage of his excellency, Mr. Saad ...
  • Unknown author
    LAU’s School of Architecture and Design is hosting the National Association of Schools of Art and Design exhibition. It will feature the work of students in the foundation year program as well as that of fashion design, ...
  • Alameddine, Yasmine; Geitany, Rouba; Afiouni, Fadi (2011-09-29)
    Purpose: The National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) III guidelines have been hailed as an improvement in their potential to identify individuals at risk for coronary heart disease (CHD) complications. Compared ...
  • Na'was, T.; Lafi, S.; Al-Rawashdeh, O.
    Between July 1991 and August 1992, 63 Jordanian dairy farms selected by stratified random sample were visited to identify the major causes and prevalence of intramammary infections in dairy cows. Of 773 cows examined 60% ...
  • El-Jardali, F.; Dimassi, Hani; Dumit, N.; Jamal, D.; Mouro, G. (2015-09-29)
    Background: Lebanon is perceived to be suffering from excessive nurse migration, low job satisfaction, poor retention and high turnover. Little is known about the magnitude of nurse migration and predictors of intent to ...
  • Grey, Ian; Thomas, Justin
    A sense of connectedness, and belonging to a valued social group (social identity processes), has been found to promote psychological well-being. This study, using implicit and explicit assessments, extends the exploration ...
  • Dimassi, Hani; Alameddine, Mohamad; Mourad, Yara
    Background Healthcare institutions have commonly reported exposure of employees, particularly nurses, to high levels of occupational violence. Despite such evidence in the Middle East Region, there is a dearth of national ...
  • Deeb, Mary; Mansour, Anthony; Al-Bizri, Layla; El-Maamary, Jad; Al-Helou, Amanda; Hamade, Rayan; Saliba, Elie; Khammash, Dina; Makhoul, Karim; Matli, Kamal; Ghosn, Nada; Faour, Wissam H.
    Background Antidotes stocking is a critical component of hospital care for poisoned patients in emergency. Antidote stocking represents a major health challenge worldwide and in Lebanon. Systematic data monitoring of ...