Top Five SciTech Connect Food Science & Agriculture Articles of 2016

As we bid farewell to 2016, here’s a look back at some interesting and thought-provoking articles in food... Read more

Top Five SciTech Connect Neuroscience Articles of 2016

As we bid farewell to 2016, here’s a look back at the some interesting and thought-provoking neuroscience articles... Read more

Elsevier and The Cancer Moonshot Recap

In case you missed it, Elsevier hosted an event titled “the Next Giant Leap: Making The Cancer Moonshot... Read more

Reconditioning the Brain to Overcome Fear

Researchers have discovered a way to remove specific fears from the brain, using a combination of artificial intelligence... Read more

How to Know When Holiday Drinking Is Hurting Your Brain

For many, the holidays are indeed the most wonderful time of the year. Families and friends come together... Read more

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Not Just Another Asset Reliability Text

Mechanical, reliability, and process engineers will find this book the next best thing to having Heinz Bloch on speed dial. Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

Now Live: Stratigraphy & Timescales

The academic and industrial need for precise age constraints has made stratigraphy a fundamental and rapidly developing earth... Read more

Life Sciences

Leading African Academics Quiz Bill Gates on HIV/AIDS and the Role of Philanthropy

Bill Gates answers questions from several African academics about HIV/AIDS on the continent and whats on the horizon for treating… Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

How Trump’s Deportation Plan Threatens America’s Food and Wine Supply

This election season may have driven many of us to drink, but if Trump’s deportation plan comes to fruition, you… Read more

Pharmaceutical Sciences

New Synthesis Technique Leads to Over 300 Candidate Antibiotics

Using this technique, the team has already developed over 300 macrolides as candidate antibiotics for pharmaceutical development. Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

Africa’s Agriculture Projects Are Growing Inequality, Not Food

African governments and NGOs have embraced “farmer-to-farmer” extension approaches. But how effective has this approach been? Read more

Forensic Sciences

Identification of Criminals Based on Bacteria and Skin Chemicals

In a recent study, scientists used mass spectrometry to investigate the skin chemistry left behind on objects handled by people… Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

Saturated Fats Make Some Cells Lose Track of Time – and That’s Bad

Not only can saturated fat actually cause “jet lag” in the internal circadian clocks in some types of cells in… Read more

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