A Roadmap to Terminal Disease Cures

I have spent the past 45 years in the medical R&D arena. The first 14 years at the... Read more

Free Access to New Reference Module Articles: Materials Science and Materials Engineering

The Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering provides a one-stop interdisciplinary resource that is continuously advancing... Read more

Music and the Evolution of Culture

Why does music affect us? Why does this ability to enjoy sounds appear in evolution? Aristotle was the... Read more

Tooth Be Told: Millions of Years of Evolutionary History Mark Those Molars

“Show me your teeth and I’ll tell you who you are.” These words, attributed to 19th-century naturalist George... Read more

The Neural Code of Intelligence

The only numerical measures of intelligence are test scores. They are theoretically based on psychometric g, which is an empirical... Read more

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Distributed Learning

Distributed learning is all about providing access to library services and support. To support librarians, we are providing a free… Read more

Engineering

To Really Help US Workers, We Should Invest in Robots

How soon automation will replace workers is not the real problem. The real threat to American jobs will come if… Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

Watching the Planet Breathe: Studying Earth’s Carbon Cycle from Space

Scientists are putting a satellite in orbit to study carbon in the Earth's atmosphere and observe changes in concentrations of… Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Materials Science

Elsevier Book Editors Awarded at Society for Biomaterials 2017 Annual Meeting

Allan S. Hoffman was recognized for his leadership in the field of biomaterials science with the Acta Biomaterialia... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry

Why Are We Dragging Our Feet When More Automation in Health Care Will Save Lives?

As a neonatologist, I worry about patients with pulmonary hypertension. This unforgiving disease, sometimes seen after premature birth,... Read more

Alternative & Renewable Energy

Nuclear Power is Set to Get a Lot Safer (and Cheaper) – Here’s Why

High-profile disasters such as Chernobyl and Fukushima have given nuclear power a bad name. Despite 60 years of... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Materials Science

Dealing With E-waste the Nanotech Way

Speed read E-waste is currently disposed of in landfills or incinerated A better recovery method is to pulverise... Read more

Chemistry

The Chemistry of Ironing

Ever wondered why your clothes crease after being washed, or why some crease more than others? I collaborated... Read more

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