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Monthly Archives: September 2017
‘Some people say that it’s the smell of dying books’ Matija exclaims ‘and I just find that absolutely fascinating’. He is, of course, talking about volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and the smell that they emit when paper degrades. We visited St. Paul’s cathedral to learn more about the importance of historical smells from the authors of a paper published in the SpringerOpen Journal, Heritage Science.
The group of women veterans is growing and they require different areas of attention than their male counterparts. In this post, Alison B. Hamilton and Elizabeth M. Yano discuss their study, published in Translational Behavioral Medicine, on improving the quality of care for women veterans and the important role of stakeholders in the process.
Recently published research in Injury Epidemiology finds that people who sustained physical injury or were exposed to the dust cloud during the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001 may be at an increased risk of heart and lung disease. Here to tell us more are two authors of the study, Howard Alper and Robert Brackbill.
Winter School on Deterministic and Stochastic Models in Neuroscience – December 11-15, 2017, Toulouse, France
We are glad to announce that from the 11th to the 15th of December 2017 a Winter School on Deterministic and Stochastic Models in Neuroscience will take place at the Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse in France. The main objective of this event is to organise a winter school around stochastic and deterministic models arising in neuroscience by providing a… Read more »