What does it mean to a man in America? A new book by a Portland State University professor takes a deep dive into this question through in-depth interviews with 66 transgender men across the U.S.
Brookhaven Lab has published the second edition of 'Deterring Nuclear Proliferation: The Importance of IAEA Safeguards.' The textbook describes important changes to the implementation of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) safeguards since the first edition was published in 2013. It also chronicles IAEA's verification role in Iran that began in 2015.
Nanotechnology is an area of research that generated an enormous amount of hype in the early 2000s, and since then has touched on many aspects of our everyday lives without our even realizing. It is a field that brings together aspects of physics, chemistry, biology, engineering and medicine. 'Size Really Does Matter: The Nanotechnology Revolution' gives an account of the origins of the field, presented from the standpoint of fundamental science.
The race between the USSR and the USA in the 1960s to put the first man on the moon still fascinates people today. Countless movies, series, and exhibitions have all portrayed the nations' efforts to out-race each other and be the first on the moon.
Imagine driving on an unfamiliar route and suddenly your GPS navigation cuts out. Later it becomes clear that this was due to a blackout of a satellite.
Frontiers in Clinical Drug Research -- Alzheimer Disorders will be of particular interest to readers interested in drug therapy of this specific neurodegenerative condition and related brain disorders as the series provides relevant reviews written by experts in the field of Alzheimer's disease research.
President Trump's refusal to play the Washington game pleases his base but limits his ability to fulfill his campaign promises. It's just one of the many reasons this extraordinary president is delivering a very ordinary presidency, according to a new book from US politics experts Dr. Jon Herbert, Dr. Trevor McCrisken, and Dr. Andrew Wroe.
'What? The river looks like milk?' is the hard-hitting sentence that opens one of the chapters in the book 'Andanzas y desventuras de un ecólogo en los juzgados del 'Reyno,' a new publication by Narcís Prat, professor of Ecology at the Faculty of Biology of the UB, who narrates his experience as expert witness in the High Court of Justice of Catalonia in a hundred trials related to ecological crimes.
Perhaps the US president has a point. Are European NATO countries simply piggybacking on US defense efforts?
An updated edition of the textbook 'Microbiology and Fermentation of Foods,' a definitive resource in food science, has now been published by Wiley-Blackwell, USA. The author Dr. Robert Hutkins, professor at University of Nebraska-Lincoln and member of the International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics, says when he started writing the first edition, fermentation was considered an old science. Since then, some universities have seen increased enrollment in studies specific to fermentation within food science programs.