It may feel like we have reached an impasse in the debate over divisive issues such as gun violence, climate change and immigration. Improving the level of discourse is not impossible, says Craig Rood, an assistant professor of English at Iowa State University, but he admits it will not be easy. Rood offers four strategies for working toward understanding.
Frontiers in Anti-Cancer Drug Discovery is a book series devoted to publishing the latest advances in anti-cancer drug design and discovery.
Bentham Science ongoing book series continues to bring more updates in the world of anti-cancer drug discovery.
Bentham Science's premier Anti-cancer drug discovery book series is now in its 10th volume.
The first book documenting all of the known species of fishes that live in the Salish Sea is now available.
Mohammed Ranavaya, M.D., J.D., a board-certified specialist in occupational medicine and professor in the department of family and community health at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, has written a new book that serves as a practical guide for physicians intending to begin and grow a medicolegal practice, including independent medical examinations (IME) and expert witness and forensic opinion work.
Although a relevant number of projects digitizing inscriptions are under development or have been recently accomplished, Digital Epigraphy is not yet considered to be a proper discipline and there are still no regular occasions to meet and discuss. By collecting contributions on nineteen projects - very diversified for geographic and chronological context, for script and language, and for typology of digital output -- this volume intends to point out the methodological issues which are specific to the application of information technologies to epigraphy.
A new book by Deep Carbon Observatory Executive Director Robert Hazen (Carnegie Institution for Science, USA), celebrates carbon in all its forms, entitled, Symphony in C: Carbon and the Evolution of (Almost) Everything. The book provides a tour through almost 14 billion years of the history of the universe, from the birth of carbon inside stars, to the evolution of life, and the modern-day climate crisis.
The social environment is an influential factor with regards to drug addiction. However, some people living in the same environment become drug users, whilst others resist. Is this difference just random or are there key personality traits that help people to avoid drug addiction? Is it possible to evaluate the risk of drug consumption for different personality profiles? Is this risk different for different drugs?
A UNLV researcher has created three new categories that capture a range of beliefs that people hold about climate change and the environment. Knowing the 'why' behind climate change denial can help people better tailor their communication strategies when engaging on issues of the environment and climate change.