Service Science for a Smarter Planet

The good news when you write a book about Service Science, is that you often get the question,... Read more

Stress: The Health Epidemic of the 21st Century

“Stress” has been dubbed the “Health Epidemic of the 21st Century” by the World Health Organization and is... Read more

Postdisaster Urban Recovery: 20 Years of Recovery of Kobe

A new book by Rajib Shaw, et al, Urban Disasters and Resilience in Asia, is a pioneering reference... Read more

Good News on Rain Forests: They Bounce Back Strong, Storing More Carbon than Thought

When you cut and burn a tropical forest, you’re left with a barren plain of cracked red mud,... Read more

BPS, A Popular Substitute for BPA in Consumer Products, May Not Be Safer

The industrial chemical Bisphenol A (BPA) is an ingredient in dozens of everyday products – baby and water bottles,... Read more

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In Case You Missed It: Practical Principles of Plant Design

I am a highly experienced practical professional process engineer who has designed, commissioned and undertaken troubleshooting of many... Read more

Materials Science

New Graphene Based Inks for High-Speed Manufacturing of Printed Electronics

A low-cost, high-speed method for printing electronics using graphene and other conductive materials could open up a wide... Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

The Rise and Fall of the Oceans: What’s Next?

Dominick DellaSala explains why a marine commons is needed to protect marine areas, sustainably manage fisheries, and that prepare coastal… Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

AGU 2015: 5 Top Articles for FREE

In the run-up to AGU 2015, we are thrilled to announce that the following articles from innovative Reference Module... Read more


How and Why Cognitive Behavior Therapy Works

I described how and why cognitive behavior therapy works on pages 540 – 542 of my book, Cognitive... Read more

Life Sciences

Z is for Zebrafish

The Cambridge Animal Alphabet series celebrates Cambridge’s connections with animals through literature, art, science and society. Here, Z is for Zebrafish as... Read more

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Greg Lemond: How an Outsider Turned Cycling onto Tech

The bicycle is a marvelous invention and the most efficient human-powered machine. Bike riding is practical and “green”... Read more

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Why Is CRISPR Such a Hot Technology?

CRISPR gene editing technology has been called “the biggest biotech discovery of the century”, “the biggest game changer... Read more

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