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Online curriculum via College of Employment Services supports professionals who serve Nevada residents with developmental disabilities


ISN’s Kidney International and Kidney International Supplements to be published by Elsevier as of January 2016


Islet Amyloid Peptide Found in Human Brain Senile Plaques with Beta-Amyloid, According to Study Published in The American Journal of Pathology


AMP Incidental Findings Working Group Recommends that Laboratories Develop Individual Policies for Analysis and Reporting of Known and Predicted Incidental Findings


Talented Nigerian, Sudanese and Vietnamese scientists honored at AAAS Annual Meeting


New book, Ultra High Voltage AC/DC Grids, written by Zhenya Liu, President of the State Grid Corporation of China


Troseth's work and leadership with TIGER recognized by leading healthcare technology society


Seven Elsevier books and two journals honored by the American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence



Science And TechnologyElsevier Now Adding eBooks to CLOCKSS Archiving05-Feb-2015

Participation ensures access to Elsevier ebooks in perpetuity


Offering multiple data sharing options for Materials Science researchers meets goals of Materials Genome Initiative's strategic plan


Powered by Scopus data and SciVal analytics, the inaugural report is a comprehensive evaluation of the academic performance of higher education establishments across China


Study published in JAACAP shows that abandoned children placed in child-centered foster care environments improves social behaviors


Ninth Annual Competition Kicks off on February 2nd


Clinical experts reporting in Mayo Clinic Proceedings urge drastic reductions in the consumption of foods and beverages containing added sugars, particularly added fructose


The oral FXR-agonist INT-747 normalizes dysfunctional intestinal FXR-sgnaling and changes in intestinal permeability, inflammation, and bacterial translocation, according to study published in The American Journal of Pathology