This book incorporates current updates in the research and developments of heat recovery based power generation systems.
If you really want to understand literature, don't start with the words on a page - start with how it affects your brain. That's the message from Angus Fletcher, an English professor with degrees in both literature and neuroscience, who outlines in a new book a different way to read and think about stories, from classic literature to pulp fiction to movies and TV shows.
Conspiratorial narratives of internal disintegration and external threats affect views in the European Union and Europe to an increasing extent. Our trust in society is put to the test in crises such as COVID-19 when various groups are singled out as the villains. In extreme cases, this can inspire acts of terror. Researchers from Uppsala University are among those demonstrating this in the new book Europe: Continent of Conspiracies. Conspiracy Theories in and about Europe.
Frontiers in Clinical Drug Research - Anti-Cancer Agents is a book series intended for pharmaceutical scientists, postgraduate students and researchers seeking updated and critical information for developing clinical trials and devising research plans in anti-cancer research.
This research book aims to highlight the significant roles of inflammation in head and neck malignancy.
Given that he finished his new book on the former president's rhetoric last summer, long before the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Robin Rowland seems prescient warning of the threat of authoritarianism arising from the nationalist populism of Donald Trump.
A Practical Guide to Turfgrass Fungicides, Second Edition, is a current, comprehensive, and hands-on resource focused specifically on the fungicides used for disease control on turfgrass. Author Richard Latin developed this user-friendly guide based on his belief that if turf managers understand how and why fungicides work (and sometimes fail), they will use these products more effectively and efficiently and communicate disease control issues with greater confidence.
School leaders navigate through complex and challenging situations on a daily basis. Now add the current pandemic context to the mix and it highlights how strong leadership and decision-making abilities are vital in dealing with the uncertainty and constant adaptation that schools must face. How can these leaders be better equipped to resolve such issues? We spoke with uOttawa Professor Stephanie Chitpin, author of a new book on decision-making in an educational context.
An introduction to the technology of contact tracing and its usefulness for public health, considering questions of efficacy, equity, and privacy.
More than 50 years ago Howard Holman Bell, a scholar of African American history, published a f book on the Colored Conventions Movement -- the 19th century's longest campaign for Black civil rights. Bell's book was the only full-length volume on these Black conventions that were attended by tens of thousands of Black delegates across the nation and hundreds of thousands from all walks of life.