Elsevier’s Library Learning Trends Series

Elsevier is providing a series of free digital volumes to support and encourage learning and development in Library... Read more

Elon Musk Wants to Merge Man and Machine – Here’s What He’ll Need to Work Out

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Is Olive a Medicine?

Olive oil, the production of olive fruit extraction, is the pillar of Mediterranean diet and its consumption is... Read more

The ‘Clean Coal’ Row Shouldn’t Distract Us from Using Carbon Capture for Other Industries

Since the February blackouts in South Australia, the Australian government has increased its interest in carbon dioxide capture... Read more

What Is Chagas disease?

It is estimated that 6-8 million people worldwide are infected with Chagas and that 65-100 million people are at risk of becoming... Read more

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Site Layout Principles 2

In discussing site layout principles, Sean Moran provides three different case studies for plot layout principles from his book "Process… Read more

Economics & Finance; Social Sciences

The Changing Face of Corruption in the Asia Pacific

Corruption is not new. Historians of the Roman Empire argue that corruption became by the fourth and fifth... Read more

Materials Science

It Only Takes a Few Countries to Kickstart a Decarbonisation Revolution

In 2016, more renewable energy was added to the global grid than ever before, and at a lower... Read more

Social Sciences

3 Simple Steps to Managing Stakeholders

Chris Wright outlines three steps that can be used on a day-to-day basis to understand the stakeholders needs and manage… Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

Plastic Oceans

Plastic debris is now ubiquitous in the marine environment affecting a wide range of taxa, from microscopic zooplankton to large… Read more

Materials Science

Beware the Hype – Springy Soles Won’t Make You Run Much Faster

Most runners believe a good pair of running shoes is worth the investment. But advances in running shoe... Read more

Social Sciences

Canada’s 2017 Federal Budget: Anything to Learn?

As a macroeconomist, it is always intriguing in every spring to see how the government drafts its economic... Read more

Neuroscience

Movement Disorders in Childhood

Movement disorder expert, Harvey S. Singer, provides a chapter download from his book on Diagnostic Evaluation of Children with movement… Read more

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