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Browse these new releases and forthcoming books on tissue engineering and stem cells to help kick-start your research in 2015.
Browse these new releases and forthcoming books on disease prevention and treatment to help kick-start your research in 2015!
Take a look inside the book with this sample chapter! Let us know what you think about chapter 3, entitled “Genomic Strategies for Embryonic Development.”
Register for the 2nd Annual Targeting Mitochondrial Dysfunction & Toxicity Conference and enter to receive a free copy of The Science of Fitness.
In honor of the Reference Module in Biomedical Science recently launching here's a sneak peak and sample chapter download on Genetic Toxicology.
Dr. Mark Hom and Greg LeMond have different perspectives, but they agreed on the need for a book that can explain the science behind fitness.
A sneak peak of Biomedcine and biochemstiry reference module with the article: Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Disorders in Human Aging and Dementia.
What's the history of cartilage? Find out from author Brian Hall.
Editors for the new Elsevier Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences comment on the challenges facing life and biomedical science researchers today.