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Elsevier Honored with Four Winning Titles in the 2019 PROSE Awards
Four Elsevier titles were selected as winners in the 2019 PROSE Awards by the Association of American Publishers. An additional eight titles by Elsevier were selected as finalists.
Since 1977, the Association of American Publishers (AAP) selects the best new books in 49 subject categories ranging from hard sciences to humanities. Finalists in each category compete against each other to be selected as subject category winners.
The winning Elsevier titles demonstrate the commitment by Elsevier to excellence and expertise in the publishing industry.The winning titles are:
Textbook/Biological and Life Sciences: Pathology of Wildlife and Zoo Animals by Karen Terio, Denise McAloose and Judy St. Leger. Pathology of Wildlife and Zoo Animals is the definitive book for students, professionals, and researchers seeking to understand the pathology of non-domestic animals, encompassing a wide array of animals, geographic regions, and diseases.
Textbook/Clinical Science: Human Biochemistry by Gerald Litwack includes clinical case studies and applications that are useful to medical, dentistry and pharmacy students. It also offers immediate application of biochemical principles into clinical terms and enables users to practice for future careers as both clinicians and researchers.
Chemistry and Physics: Physical Chemistry of Gas-Liquid Interfaces by Jennifer Faust and J.E. House. The first volume in the series Developments in Physical & Theoretical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry of Gas-Liquid Interfaces provides necessary background as well as computational and experimental techniques for scientists looking for a thorough understanding of the physical chemistry of liquids surfaces in complex environments.
Engineering and Technology: Space Safety and Human Performance by Tommaso Sgobba, Barbara Kanki, Jean-Francois Clervoy and Gro Sandal. Space Safety and Human Performance provides engineers with a comprehensive reference of the various physical, psychological, and psychosocial factors that influence human safety during spaceflight.
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