Anti-Bullying Collection

Can research help us prevent bullying? Special article collection for National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month – free access... Read more

Is Your Literature Search Connected?

Due to the interdisciplinary nature of research and the continuously advancing world of science, you will encounter unknown... Read more

How Solar Power Can Protect the US Military from Threats to the Electric Grid

As the U.S. military increases its use of drones in surveillance and combat overseas, the danger posed by a threat... Read more

A Cloth To Mop Up Oil And Spin It Away

We all cause accidental spills from time to time and immediately reach for something to clean up the... Read more

Choose Better Passwords with the Help of Science

For years, computer users have been told they should have complicated passwords, including numbers, punctuation marks and other... Read more

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Is the Brain the Right “Size”?

Renowned neuroscience expert and author, George Paxinos, traces the history and evolution of his rat brain and nervous system atlas… Read more


Publish or Perish – Perspectives from Authors, Editors, and Reviewers

"Medical and Scientific Publishing: Author, Editor, and Reviewer Perspectives" provides guidelines and advice for those looking to navigate the publishing… Read more

Social Sciences

Taking your Library Career to the Next Level

Looking to take your library career to the next level? We can help with this collection of librarian tools and… Read more

Computer Security

The Five Technological Forces Disrupting Security

Physical security is being transformed by the five technological forces that have become the signature change agents of our era:… Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry

A War Made Me Realize: The World Needs Biomedical Engineers

It was a sunny and pleasant spring day in Dezful, a small city in the south part of... Read more

Life Sciences; Plant & Animal Sciences

Wallacea: a Living Laboratory of Evolution

To mark Wallacea Week, a series of public lectures and exhibition on the Wallacea region of Indonesia, The Conversation... Read more

Social Sciences

Treating Hidden Wounds – the Case for Putting Psychologists in Trauma Programs

Imagine this: A 17-year-old girl has been shot in an apparent mall robbery. Her parents rush to the... Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

Beyond Bleach: Mold a Long-Term Problem After Flooding and Disasters

One of the biggest issues surrounding flooding after natural disasters is mold, a problem that can stay with... Read more

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