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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Alternative & Renewable Energy

We Can’t Simply Bet on Renewable Energy to Stop Global Warming

Climate experts warn that the commitments made at Paris still fall far short of what is required to halt global… Read more

Computer Science

Ask and Academic: Ciprian Dobre

We sit down with Ciprian Dobre, author of Pervasive Computing, to discuss mobile and wireless technology in this ask an… Read more

Life Sciences

Biologists Lose Hard-Fought Ground in Race to Save Bats as White-Nose Syndrome Spreads West

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Geological Survey last month delivered a sobering update on... Read more

Life Sciences; Plant & Animal Sciences

Monkeys Regulate Metabolism to Cope with Environment and Rigours of Mating Season

The flexible physiology of Barbary macaques in responding to extreme environmental conditions of their natural habitat may help... Read more

Computer Science; Computer Security

Questions Still Need Answering in Australia’s Largest Health Data Breach

  In what is Australia’s biggest data breach of medical information, more than 550,000 customers of the Australian... Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

Could Calorie Restriction Diets Prolong Our Lives by Half?

Researchers believe that calorie restriction diets trigger higher insulin sensitivity within an organism, provoking a lower occurrence of the hormone… Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

Perhaps You Should Pay More Attention to the Five-a-Day Rule?

The current World Health Organization recommendation is to consume over 400 g of fruit and vegetables per day, as part… Read more


Evolution of the Human Brain

The human brain does not appear fully formed out of nowhere. It is the product of a long process of… Read more

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