To Conduct or to Insulate? That is the Question.

Researchers have identified a material that behaves as a conductor and an insulator at the same time, challenging... Read more

Securing Religious Institutions

  Recent events have highlighted the need for religious institutions to think about security. Although tragic, active shooter... Read more

Study: Humans Causing Sixth Extinction Event on Earth

Vitus Bering, the famous explorer, led perhaps the most ambitious scientific expedition ever in the 1730s. Commanding 10,000... Read more

The Science Behind a More Meaningful Understanding of Sexual Orientation

People who are attracted to others of the same sex develop their orientation before they are born. This... Read more

In Science Retraction A Learning Moment for Researchers and the Public

The recent case of the retraction of an article on the ability of openly gay canvassers to shift... Read more

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Forensic Sciences

Forensic Testimony Wins PROSE Award

Winners of the 39th Annual PROSE Awards were announced yesterday at the annual Professional and Scholarly Publishing (PSP)... Read more

Neuroscience

The Stimulated Brain Wins PROSE Award

Winners of the 39th Annual PROSE Awards were announced yesterday at the annual Professional and Scholarly Publishing (PSP)... Read more

Social Sciences

We Love Social Sciences Books

Check out these new releases to help kick-start your research in 2015! Managing the One-Person Library, by Larry... Read more

Psychology

Jump-Start the New Year with New Books in Psychology!

What are your professional goals in 2015? Make a career change? Brush up on your skills? Learn new... Read more

Psychology

Clinical Implications of Reactivation in Psychotherapy

Principle 4, as presented in my book, Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychotherapy: Network Principles for a Unified Theory, concerns... Read more

Neuroscience

Alternative Hypothesis of Neuronal Death in Alzheimer’s Disease

Unfortunately, many of the latest studies attempting to treat and possibly cure Alzheimer’s disease continue to lack efficacy. ... Read more

Economics & Finance

Finance Books to Bank on for 2015

What are your financial goals in 2015? Make a career change? Brush up on your skills? Learn new... Read more

Forensic Sciences

Forensic experts take on the NAS concerns about fingerprint examiners’ disagreement

This article originally appeared on CSIDDS.com, Michael’s personal blog. Click here for the original article. Fingerprint Examiners Found... Read more

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