Biomedicine & Biochemistry

The disciplines of biomedicine and biochemistry impact the lives of millions of people every day. Research in these areas has led to practical applications in cardiology, cancer treatment, respiratory medicine, drug development, and more. Interdisciplinary fields of study, including neuroscience, chemical engineering, nanotechnology, and psychology come together in this research to yield significant new discoveries. Elsevier’s biomedicine and biochemistry content spans a wide range of subject matter in various forms, including journals, books, eBooks, and online information services, enabling students, researchers, and clinicians to advance these fields. Learn more about our Biomedical and Biochemistry books here.

Biomedicine & Biochemistry

The value of telescopic learning and curiosity in research

Once upon a time, someone looked at the night sky and saw the moon. There was not only... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Neuroscience

George Paxinos – A Legend in Neuroscience

  On March 27th, 2018, a book launch event was held at the Australian Federal Parliament in Canberra... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Life Sciences

Diagnosing and Treating GERD from the Viewpoint of the LES

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) affects 30% of persons in the USA. It is caused by a failure of... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry

New Pain Pill Could Save Your Sperm

Research in Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters reveals successful trials of EM-1 painkillers with minimal effects on male... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry

Scientists Found a Way to Rejuvenate Old Human Cells

Slowing, stopping, or even reversing aging has always been an ongoing topic in science. Now, scientists used the... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry

‘Mini Liver Tumours’ Created In A Dish For The First Time

Scientists have created mini biological models of human primary liver cancers, known as organoids, in the lab for the... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Materials Science

MIT Materials Day Symposium 2017: Frontiers in Materials Research

Editorial project manager Jennifer Pierce sums up this year’s MIT Materials Day Symposium Dr. Julia Phillips opened the... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry

It’s Mostly Mothers Who Pass on Mitochondria – and a New Theory Says it’s Due to the First Sexual Conflict

Evolutionary interests of males and females do not always coincide. This is known as sexual conflict: male innovations... Read more

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