Cheaper Method of Hydrogen Production Could Bring Fuel Cell Future Closer

The method overcomes one of the biggest roadblocks to a hydrogen fuel economy A new, cheaper method of... Read more

How Close Are We to A Real Star Trek-Style Medical Tricorder?

Does science inspire fiction or does it work the other way around? In the case of medical technology,... Read more

Brains or Beauty? People Perceive Attractive Scientists As More Interesting but Less Able, Studies Show

If you think of good science communicators, it’s likely that the names Brian Cox, Alice Roberts or Neil deGrasse Tyson may... Read more

Five Ways Virtual Reality Is Improving Healthcare

Virtual reality is much more than just a new form of entertainment, it is increasingly being used in... Read more

Could A Doodle Replace Your Password?

Nearly 80 percent of Americans own a smartphone, and a growing proportion of them use smartphones for internet access,... Read more

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‘Brain Training’ App Found to Improve Memory in People with Mild Cognitive Impairment

A ‘brain training’ game developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge could help improve the memory of patients in… Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Engineering

How Close Are We to A Real Star Trek-Style Medical Tricorder?

Two teams were recently awarded the Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize for developing handheld devices like Star Trek's "tricorder" device" that… Read more

Electronics & Electrical Engineering

Civil Aircraft Electrical Power System Safety Assessment

We provide an overview of "Civil Aircraft Electrical Power System Safety Assessment" and offer a free chapter on Airworthiness Regulations… Read more

Chemical Engineering; Chemistry

What is Chemical Engineering?

What is chemical engineering? Perhaps it all depends on where you are standing. The following is of course... Read more

Alternative & Renewable Energy

Advances and Innovations in Nuclear Decommissioning

Nuclear decommissioning has been a mature industry (and a mature science) for at least 10–15 years. The cessation... Read more

Neuroscience

Introducing Dr. Stephanie Willerth

Elsevier is pleased to introduce and congratulate Dr. Stephanie Willerth on her recent publication, Engineering Neural Tissue from Stem Cells. Read more

Psychology

Brains or Beauty? People Perceive Attractive Scientists As More Interesting but Less Able, Studies Show

A new study suggests that when it comes to judging scientists, we are more likely to find an attractive scientist… Read more

Chemical Engineering

Planning Layout Activities #2

In part two of this series on Planning Layout Activities, Sean Moran lays out the process of plant design, offering… Read more

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