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Answers from a new analysis in Biological Psychiatry

New version of the Pure Experts Portal helps scholarly institutions to better showcase their research strengths and secure funding and collaboration partners

Elsevier sponsors world’s first medical education hackathon: AMEE Hacks held Sept. 4-6 in Glasgow

Majority of doctors in APAC use consumer search engines to answer clinical questions

Special Issue of Preventive Medicine focuses on this underfunded area of public health

Large international study in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology shows that this intervention is not effective

Enhanced accuracy and reduced turnaround time of testing can provide vital information for patients suspected of having Lynch Syndrome and their family members, according to a Report in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics

Ph.D. Prize winners will be announced on September 8

My Knovel ToGo provides on- and offline access to trusted technical and engineering reference content

Study published in Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry looks at patterns of emotion regulation in the brains of children aged 13-19 years who have been abused

Low potential health risk posed to workers in close contact with dairy herds and milk consumers through exposure to antibiotic-resistant staphylococci originating from milk, report researchers in Journal of Dairy ScienceÂź

Comprehensive access to searchable regulatory drug approval data supports university’s drug development research

New study published in inaugural issue of Applied Materials Today describes development of “Heavy Metal Cancer Spies”

New study looks at the influence of child presence and work obligations on cellphone use in car