World Scientific's latest guide, 'The 21st Century Guide to Writing Articles in the Biomedical Sciences,' leads readers through the writing of articles in the biomedical sciences. The book is exactly what its name suggests: a contemporary, user-friendly, pocket-sized-yet-thorough journal article writing guide. The guide is tailored to the needs of young professionals who conduct research in the biomedical sciences, many times as a pursuit secondary to their clinical work.
Advances in Computational Coupling and Contact Mechanics by Luis Rodríguez-Tembleque (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain), M H Ferri Aliabadi (Imperial College London, UK), presents recent advances in the field of computational coupling and contact mechanics with particular emphasis on the numerical methodologies necessary to solve advanced engineering applications.
Professor Tay, an eminent gynecologist and faculty in under-graduate and post-graduate medical education at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and Duke-NUS Medical School, National University of Singapore, has published his cumulative experience of more than thirty years in a book entitled Gynecology Clinics Illustrated.
'Water Is... The Indispensability of Water in Society and Life' explores the ways-big and small-that water rules the world. It provides a holistic perspective on water, capturing the full breadth of the science, technology, policy, history, and future outlook for the most important substance on earth, written at a level accessible to non-experts in each of these areas.
'This text details the scope of cognitive issues encountered in MS, and focuses on guiding professionals to consider the latest scientific knowledge in their protocols for cognitive rehabilitation, including neuroimaging, exercise, medication, and mobile technologies,' said Dr. DeLuca. 'By reducing the burden on individuals and caregivers, we can begin to address the broader social impact of MS.'
Loyola Medicine neurologist José Biller, M.D., is co-editor of an authoritative new textbook on uncommon causes of stroke. 'Uncommon Causes of Stroke' is a comprehensive guide for healthcare professionals diagnosing, treating and assessing complex causes of strokes and other cerebrovascular disorders.
The book comprises 13 chapters on topics of high importance in the field of electron paramagnetic resonance study of modern carbon-containing nanomaterials. The topics and authors were selected from recently published papers in highly cited journals. Among the authors, there are well-known specialists in the field of EPR in carbon-based materials.
The text combines comprehensive and systematic information about the diseases with a collection of diagnostic images. The key feature of the book is the systemic approach towards medical diagnosis in cases based on radiographic imaging. Topics covered in the book include also include osteoarthritis, lupus, myositis, vasculitis, juvenile arthritis, gout, systemic sclerosis, adult onset Still's disease, Behçet's disease and so on. Chapters have been contributed by experts in rheumatology.
Nathaniel Barr, Sheridan College and Gordon Pennycook, Yale University have synthesized a large body of research to reveal how the study of reason is related to the most pressing issues of our time.
Leo Tolstoy was the first Russian writer to make voice a distinctive individual, professional and social feature. He created a new stereotypical vocabulary. Tolstoy's voice stereotypes have since been adopted by other Russian writers and still influence them today.