Materials author, Gary Gladysz, gives you a little something to gnaw on before Thanksgiving feasts begin, discussing reverse engineering dough while baking.
Editors for the new Elsevier Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences comment on the challenges facing life and biomedical science researchers today.
Learn how and why the 2011 Fukushima nuclear power plant accident happened in this new book chronicling detailed reports and first person testimonial.
Identifying brain regions or neural networks associated with specific psychological phenomena does not explain how those neural networks get the job done.
Ian Sutton, PSM expert, discusses “Engineering in an Age of Limits” and the problems and challenges facing society and industries.
Prof. Vyacheslav Zobin discusses volcanic seismology, his research and work in the field.
Embedded Systems: The Works author, Colin Walls, discusses the many different meaning of "memory" in the computing word and how they relate to embedded designs.
The comfortable food security situation is all possible because of our highly developed agricultural system. But what if we lost it?
Elsevier has joined forces with BitLit to offer readers the opportunity to purchase discounted ebook editions of the books they own in print.
Bob Dobkin, renowned electronics and circuit design guru, talks about the new volume of Analog Circuit Design in this video.