A Roadmap to Terminal Disease Cures

I have spent the past 45 years in the medical R&D arena. The first 14 years at the... Read more

Free Access to New Reference Module Articles: Materials Science and Materials Engineering

The Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering provides a one-stop interdisciplinary resource that is continuously advancing... Read more

Music and the Evolution of Culture

Why does music affect us? Why does this ability to enjoy sounds appear in evolution? Aristotle was the... Read more

Tooth Be Told: Millions of Years of Evolutionary History Mark Those Molars

“Show me your teeth and I’ll tell you who you are.” These words, attributed to 19th-century naturalist George... Read more

The Neural Code of Intelligence

The only numerical measures of intelligence are test scores. They are theoretically based on psychometric g, which is an empirical... Read more

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Locavore or Vegetarian? What’s the Best Way to Reduce Climate Impact of Food?

Developing local food systems is the first step towards exploring how to close the water and nutrient loop - all… Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

New Debate Over GMOs Offers Valuable Teaching Opportunity

The use of GMO crops offers rich opportunities to engage students in discussions and debates around the environmental, economic and… Read more

Electronics & Electrical Engineering; Engineering

Deep Learning and its Impact on Medical Image Analysis

We talk to the Editors of Deep Learning for Medical Image Analysis to find out more about their latest book… Read more

Life Sciences

How Lessons From Past Extinctions Can Help Save Madagascar’s Lemurs

It is common knowledge that the world faces an historic threat to biodiversity and natural species everywhere. This... Read more

Computer Science; Computer Security

Combating Cybercrime When There’s Plenty of Phish in the Sea

As more and more crime moves online, computer scientists, criminologists and legal academics have joined forces in Cambridge... Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

Bolivia’s Fast-Melting Glaciers are Leaving Behind Lakes That Could Cause Catastrophic Floods

Bolivia’s glaciers have shrunk by more than 40% in the past few decades. This puts further pressure on... Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

First-Time Elsevier Editors Capture the Experience in a Series of Blog Posts

Thanks to two recently published first-time editors, we’ve put together a series of blog posts that will help you gain… Read more

Chemical Engineering; Oil & Gas

No Fracking Clue!

Sean Moran, a chemical engineer by trade, looks at the claims made both for and against fracking, providing insight on… Read more

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