Life Sciences

The scope of life sciences is as vast as the variety of life on Earth: mathematical biology, developmental biology, molecular and cell biology, parasitology and virology, microbiology and immunology — the list goes on. Elsevier, through its renowned imprints like Academic Press, provides high-quality content in all of these areas that supports learning, teaching, and research. Our books, eBooks, journals, and online tools are cross-disciplinary, allowing academics and professionals to effectively learn about science outside their areas of focus.

Life Sciences

Forensic Botany: An Underutilized Resource

Forensic studies can benefit greatly from the identification of botanical materials associated with many crimes. Unfortunately, awareness and... Read more

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Call of Duty: Fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone

Working in a lab as a basic scientist can often seem far removed from the real world. A... Read more

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Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology Wins PROSE Award

The annual PROSE Awards recognize the very best in professional and scholarly publishing. The 41st PROSE Awards ceremony... Read more

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Influenza: The Search for a Universal Vaccine

No one wants to catch the flu, and the best line of defense is the seasonal influenza vaccine.... Read more

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Experimental Vaccine Could Finally Defeat Ebola

The World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a new experimental vaccine proved 100% effective against Ebola based on... Read more

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China’s Ban on Domestic Ivory Trade is Huge, but the Battle isn’t Won

China has published a notice that the processing and sale of ivory and ivory products “will be stopped... Read more

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