Could silver nanoparticles be an answer to resistant bacteria?4
Monthly Archives: January 2016
Researchers from the US, Russia and Japan formally add not one but four new elements to the periodic table, completing the seventh row.
Recently our editors had the opportunity to talk with Professor Jian-He Xu, the Editor in Chief of this journal, to learn more about what he hopes we can accomplish together with Bioresources and Bioprocessing (BRBP). Latest update about the journal Over the last 2 years, a total of 79 articles, including 11 reviews and 68 research… Read more »
Heavy workloads, emotional stress, and rotating night shift sleep disturbances are the most important causes of migraine headaches in healthcare professionals (HCPs) like physicians, nurses, pharmacists and social workers.
Planning for the future: Researchers develop a demographic model to predict how historic paper will degrade over the years
In a series of three papers published in Heritage Science researchers at the UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage have developed a demographic model to predict how historic paper will degrade in museums and measures that can be taken to mitigate this. Matija Strlič, lead author and Editorial Board member of Heritage Science commented that “In… Read more »2
Smart phone monitoring has become a boon for scientists studying human behavior and factors influencing stress.
Guest post by AAPS Open EiC Christopher Riley
Our editorial board member Andrey Shilnikov is co-organising the Volga Neuroscience Meeting 2016, July 24–30: Saint Petersburg–Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. This will be held on board a comfortable boat Georgy Zhukov. The cruise will start in Saint Petersburg at 8 p.m. on July 24, 2015. The cruise route includes the Volga river, the fascinating lakes of… Read more »
Stayed tuned for the latest open-access chemistry content from the Springer chemistry group.
A*STAR and Springer launch an open access journal to encourage the development of smart tools for smart science—a cross-post from A*STAR Research1