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Science And TechnologyElsevier launches new stem cell book series23-May-2017

Each volume focuses on stem cells in an individual organ and how to use them alongside relevant methods and protocols


Breakthrough ultrasound education solution to expand into nursing programs



Winning projects use bioresources to combat mosquito borne diseases in Brazil and oil-polluted land in Nigeria



Research And JournalsHow hard did it rain on Mars?15-May-2017

New study reveals how changes in Martian rainfall shaped the planet


Discarded food contains a significant amount of nutrients that could be used to help many Americans meet daily requirements, according to a new study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics


Nearly half of older adults in Sweden take ten or more medications in their last months of life, according to a new study reported in The American Journal of Medicine


New study in mice helps scientists understand how tamoxifen reduces food intake and prevents fat accumulation, insulin resistance, and fatty liver deposits, according to a report in The American Journal of Pathology


We need new ways to assess drivers as technology develops, say researchers


Scientists express concerns about the effect of energy drinks on individuals, particularly teens, with familial long QT syndrome in a new study published in the International Journal of Cardiology


The Shaping Healthy Choices Program showed significant improvements among upper elementary students, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior



Automation technology polarizes the market, according to new research


One of four new forestry and plant science titles, “Forest Management and Planning Second Edition” incorporates the latest research and forest certification standards


More deaths occurred among female patients with atrial fibrillation/flutter than men 30 and 90 days after discharge from emergency departments, reports the Canadian Journal of Cardiology