CategoriesTweets by @ElsevierConnect
Can physics explain the deflation of NFL footballs (aka #DeflateGate)?
A physicist scrutinizes the ideal gas law and the role of atmospheric conditionsBy Robert F. Sekerka, PhD | Posted on 31 January 2015
Many comments about the ordeal – now dubbed “deflate-gate” – have addressed the possibility of whether this deflation could have been the result of natural causes, such as the particularly cold temperatures and rain during the game.
As a physicist, I will refrain from speculating about possible nefarious causes, but I do have some comments on whether the laws of physics have been properly applied to possibly explain the reported under-inflation. ...
Ylann Schemm named finalist for CSR Professional of the Year AwardBy Alison Bert, Editor-in-Chief | Posted on 30 January 2015
Elsevier’s Head of Corporate Responsibility is a PR News finalist, nominated for her work to support women in science and underserved research communitiesAdded fructose is 'a principal driver of type 2 diabetes'By Eileen Leahy | Posted on 29 January 2015
In Mayo Clinic Proceedings, experts urge drastic reductions in the consumption of added sugarsA 5-step guide to data visualizationBy Georgin Lau and Lei Pan, PhD | Posted on 28 January 2015
How to display data in a meaningful way – some dos and don’tsOpen access at Elsevier – 2014 in retrospect and a look at 2015By Alicia Wise, PhD | Posted on 27 January 2015
Steady progress on gold; increased focus on green open access, open research data and open science broadlyElsevier urges US gov to confirm that publishing is exempt from trade sanctionsBy Mark Seeley, Esq | Posted on 23 January 2015
Letter – and support for industry communications – focus on “freedom of expression” concerns in scientific publishingPromising drug candidate protects against radiation exposure from nuclear falloutBy Joseph Caputo | Posted on 22 January 2015
Compound increases the survival of mice suffering from radiation syndrome, scientists report in Chemistry & BiologyJellyfish are not just drifters ...By Joseph Caputo | Posted on 22 January 2015
"They are incredibly advanced in their orientation abilities," scientists report in Current BiologyInfographic: Modern physicians go mobileBy Chad Carpenter and Rebecca Green | Posted on 21 January 2015
Medical/healthcare apps are the third-fastest growing app category – find out whyA sneak peak at the upcoming film Einstein’s LightBy Charon Duermeijer, PhD, and Darren Sugrue | Posted on 20 January 2015
Trailer was premiered at International Year of Light opening ceremony, with violinist Joshua Bell performing the scoreSeeking entries for Physics Innovation AwardBy Charon Duermeijer, PhD | Posted on 19 January 2015
Competition invites original ideas for web-based tools to enrich the online research articleBravo’s #TopChef and Cell Press to highlight Boston’s best food and science in upcoming episodeBy Joanne Sheppard | Posted on 16 January 2015
Episode will feature stars of food and science, including Cell Press CEO Emilie Marcus and authors from its journals – watch the show and join the Twitter ChatHow sea turtles find their way homeBy Joseph Caputo | Posted on 15 January 2015
Adult sea turtles return to the beaches where they hatched by seeking out unique magnetic signatures, scientists report in Current BiologyVideo contest for International Year of Light (#IYL2015)By Ysabel Ermers and Charon Duermeijer, PhD | Posted on 15 January 2015
Global initiative will shed light on the importance of light and light-based technologies in daily life1-minute animation: What is a retinal stem cell?By Ben Paylor and Mike Long, PhD | Posted on 13 January 2015
Dr. Derek van der Kooy explains why retinal stem cells hold great promise for treating diseases of the eyeNewsflo joins Elsevier to track media coverage for researchersBy Victor Henning, PhD | Posted on 12 January 2015
Innovative tool will integrate with Mendeley to enhance altmetrics and measure societal impact of researchJoining forces to support data linking in science articlesBy Hylke Koers, PhD | Posted on 8 January 2015
A new collaboration between Elsevier and data centers encourages researchers to submit data DOIs with their articles so their data will be indexed and easily accessibleNew open access journal will publish across all disciplinesBy Sara Grimme | Posted on 8 January 2015
Researchers — find out how you can get involved in further developing this journalResearchers, librarians and publishers take on new era of publishingBy Elaine van Ommen Kloeke, PhD | Posted on 7 January 2015
Wageningen University/Elsevier forum focuses on peer review strains, ethics and innovative publishingView more stories >>