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"It’s clear to me that your son has Asperger’s syndrome"
I assumed I would cry; I surprised myself by laughingBy Liz Smith | Posted on 23 October 2014
Waiting can be the hardest part.
Two weeks earlier, my husband and I completed a diagnostic questionnaire and a lengthy interview with the psychiatrist to determine whether our 7-and-a-half year old son had autism. Having pored over the all the resources we could find, we were pretty certain the answer would be yes.
"It's very clear to me that your son has Asperger's syndrome," she told us, after the obligatory greetings. ...
(With free access to research on Autism Spectrum Disorder)
Remembering the dreaded summers of polioBy David Oshinsky, PhD | Posted on 22 October 2014
A Pulitzer Prize-winning historian writes about the epidemic – and two fiercely competitive NYU medical students who went on to develop polio vaccines“Open science needs open minds”By Hylke Koers, PhD, and Rachel Martin | Posted on 21 October 2014
Research Data Alliance meeting draws 500+ — and Elsevier announces its Open Data pilot9 science stories on musical creativity, food, personality and health for #OAWeekBy Rachel Martin and Sacha Boucherie | Posted on 20 October 2014
For Open Access Week, a selection of OA research papers published in Elsevier’s journalsHonoring the 2014 Nobel laureates with free access to selections of their researchBy Sacha Boucherie | Posted on 15 October 2014
The science laureates have all published with Elsevier; download some of their high-impact papersFree access to medical information for African countries battling EbolaBy Chris Capot | Posted on 15 October 2014
New initiative gives healthcare professionals access to Elsevier’s medical content online and via mobile“Out and proud hero” attributes success to LGBT-friendly workplaceBy Harald Boersma | Posted on 14 October 2014
Leader of the Elsevier Pride Network was featured in the Financial Times and elected VP of the International Publishers AssociationFiddling while Ebola burnsBy John McConnell | Posted on 13 October 2014
The Editor of The Lancet Infectious Diseases looks at how Ebola turned into an epidemic, and what measures should – and should not – be taken to stop itSex trafficking of children in the US: view from 2 doctors – and a survivorBy Naomi A. Schapiro, PhD, RN, CPNP | Posted on 13 October 2014
Our healthcare system is unprepared to handle the commercial sexual exploitation of young people, say authors in a special issue of Current Problems in Pediatric Adolescent Health CareQ&A with Director of the International Centre for Theoretical PhysicsBy Eleonora Presani, PhD | Posted on 10 October 2014
As ICTP turns 50, Dr. Fernando Quevedo talks about changing with the times – and new programs for researchers and PhD studentsAmid rampant data breaches and hacks, biometrics takes offBy Deborah Gonzalez, Esq | Posted on 9 October 2014
Biometric technology makes it easier to prove your identity – but brings its own security and privacy concernsEuropean tech adds new perspective to "Right to be Forgotten” debateBy Gabriel Hughes, PhD | Posted on 8 October 2014
Mendeley will sponsor a Cambridge Union Society debate on the issue following the controversial European court rulingSeven ways predictive analytics can improve healthcareBy Linda A. Winters-Miner, PhD | Posted on 6 October 2014
Medical predictive analytics have the potential to revolutionize healthcare around the worldWomen in STEM: Mendeley Advisor Vicky Pyne (video)By Alice Atkinson-Bonasio | Posted on 6 October 2014
Vicky Pyne talks about the potentially life-saving possibilities that come from combining big data with medicineEmbedding publishers in Tanzania through a new volunteer programBy Liesbeth Kanis | Posted on 2 October 2014
NGOs, publishers and research institutes join forces to help the nation boost its publishing and research ecosystemFree access to research articles for #BreastCancerAwareness MonthBy Cindy Tryniszewski, RN, MSN | Posted on 1 October 2014
Articles from Elsevier’s nursing journals explore the effectiveness of treatments, screening and preventionInvesting in STEM research is crucial to Africa’s future, finds World Bank/Elsevier reportBy George Lan and Iris Kisjes | Posted on 30 September 2014
Study assesses the state of sub-Saharan Africa’s research enterprise and analyzes areas for further improvementHow good is the science of solving crimes? See for yourselfBy David Levine | Posted on 29 September 2014
Experts at World Science Festival show why eyewitness testimony can be unreliable, where the science is lacking, and how police can coax people into false confessionsEvidence-based practice: healthcare leaders to speak out at #HCLF14 forumBy Peter Edelstein, MD | Posted on 26 September 2014
Upcoming Healthcare Leadership Forum in Chicago will focus on driving evidence-based practice throughout the healthcare continuumView more stories >>