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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

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How Chemical Engineers Are Helping Society Move to a Circular Economy

For a limited time we are providing free access to Chapter Two of Thermochemical Process Engineering: Mechanistic Understanding of Thermochemical… Read more

Chemical Engineering

The Why, What, How and Who of Plant Layout

The Why Of Plant Layout A study by Kidam and Hurme (2012) showed that 79% of process plant... Read more

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The ‘Right to Disconnect from Technology’ – The Law that Allows You to Switch Off From Work When at Home

Starting this year, France instituted a "right to disconnect from technology" law, intended to encourage workers to unplug from work… Read more


Neuroprotection in Alzheimer’s Disease

Illana Gozes discusses her new book,"Neuroprotection in Alzheimer's Disease," providing a free chapter download on Neuroprotective Drug Development: The Story… Read more

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Does a Person Have to Be Intelligent to Be Creative?

While there are tried and true methods to measuring intelligence, measuring creativity still presents a challenge. In this piece, we… Read more

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Becoming an International Humanitarian Aid Worker – A Webinar and Job Search Advice

In this webinar, veteran humanitarian aid workers Chen Reis and Tania Bernath share key findings from their extensive research with… Read more

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When Birds Go Roaming: The Mystery of Avian Irruptions

Scientists have been trying to solve the puzzle of irruptions for decades. Fortunately citizen science data is helping them understand… Read more

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Do Twins Read Each Other’s Minds?

When it comes to identical twins, the most controversial and contentious topic of all has to be extrasensory perception or… Read more

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