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On February 25, the White House hosted a forum on the National Institute of Health’s Precision Medicine Initiative.... Read more

How Other Languages Can Reveal the Secrets to Happiness

The limits of our language are said to define the boundaries of our world. This is because in... Read more

Early-Onset Alzheimer’s: Should You Worry?

You have forgotten where you put your car keys, or you can’t seem to remember the name of... Read more

The Next Wearable Technology Could Be Your Skin

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Why Everyone Should Have To Learn Computer Programming

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HIV ‘Test and Treat’ Strategy Can Save Lives – But It Needs to Be Easier for Patients to Start Treatment

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Biomedicine & Biochemistry

Evolution 2016 Conference

We are thrilled to announce that Elsevier is exhibiting at the Evolution 2016 conference, June 17-21 2016 in Austin, Texas! Read more


Proposed New Element Names

Pending a five month public review by chemists, the names of four heavy elements will be changed, along with their… Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

Recreating Forests of the Past Isn’t Enough to Fix Our Wildfire Problems

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Gas and Oil Reliability Engineering

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How to Achieve Sustainable Clean Water For Everyone

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Chemical Engineering

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