Pharmaceutical Sciences

It is impossible to imagine modern medicine without the continuing contributions of pharmaceutical science. This notably cross-disciplinary field, encompassing biomedical science, pharmacology, chemistry, microbiology, toxicology, genetics, and more, enables the discovery and development of drugs that millions of people depend on. Elsevier’s journals, books, eBooks and online solutions are used every day by researchers and industry professionals.

Chemistry; Earth & Environmental Science; Pharmaceutical Sciences

An Interview with the editors of Herbicides: Chemistry, Efficacy, Toxicology, and Environmental Impacts

We sat down (virtually) with editors Robin Mesnage and Johann Zaller to discuss their book Herbicides: Chemistry, Efficacy,... Read more

Biomedical; Neuroscience; Pharmaceutical Sciences; Psychology

World Mental Health Day 2021: Mental Health in an Unequal World

An estimated 450 million people around the world currently live with mental disorders, with 25% of people of... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Pharmaceutical Sciences

How the pandemic is helping biopharma break bad habits

In its current form, the pharmaceutical industry is doomed by its own bad habits, leading to spiralling costs... Read more

Pharmaceutical Sciences

Weasel Words Two: How “Clean” Do You Want That?

My last article, “Weasel Words One”, was about two words whose definitions included the word “clean”, so what... Read more

Earth & Environmental Science; Pharmaceutical Sciences

Sorbents Materials against Environmental Pollution: May the Force be with you!

When I started to write Sorbents Materials for Controlling Environmental Pollution, the COVID-19 pandemic was not hitting the... Read more

Chemical Engineering; Pharmaceutical Sciences

Weasel Words One

Why write a dictionary of chemical engineering practice? Engineers unfortunately use the same words to mean different things,... Read more

Pharmaceutical Sciences

The Exposome: A New Paradigm for the Environment and Health

“…the missing everything else.” DNA may be extraordinary, but it is not destiny. The blueprints used to design... Read more

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