Day one of the MRS Fall in Boston
Monthly Archives: November 2016
In a new review published today in Heritage Science, researchers from UCL’s Institute for Sustainable Heritage look at the challenge of conserving the materials of the future, in this case plastics produced through 3D printing, from degradation. In this Guest Post, author Carolien Coon tells us what makes this paper special.
Earlier this month the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual meeting took place in Denver. The event brought more than 12,000 health professionals together, from across the U.S. and the rest of world, to discuss issues related to this year’s theme ‘Creating the Healthiest Nation: Ensuring the Right to Health.’ Attending the event was Journal Development Editor Helen Metherell and Editor-in-Chief of the Springer Open journal Injury Epidemiology Professor Guohua Li. Here Helen interviews him on his role at the conference and his personal highlights. This blog can also be read on the BioMed Central blogs
It’s that time of year again… Holiday decorations in the Prudential Center; the Boston Pops Holiday Concerts; the Fall Materials Research Society meeting in Boston…
In the first of a new series showcasing research from the SEAH-CDT in Heritage Science, Hend Mahgoub and co-authors look into the material properties of paper from the Islamic world
Analyzing the traces of human behavior from geolocalization data gives clues for more accurate urban planning.
Scientists used seismic interferometry at the Lassen Volcanic Center to measure the affects of water and snow on the volcano’s surface. Here’s what they found.
We are happy to invite Ruth Falshaw, the Editor-in-Chief, to talk about the open access journal New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science and Scion, and her vision for the journal.