A new book co-written by a University of Kent sports scientist recommends corporations and organisations engage more effectively with communities -- rather than taking a 'top down' approach -- to improve relationships and outcomes in the sport sector. Such outcomes include approaches to the financial resourcing of schools and community groups, shared development of sport-based educational material, and the general promotion of sport and physical activity.
It is a book series devoted to publishing the latest advances in the applications of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy in various fields of organic chemistry, biochemistry, health and agriculture.
Bentham Science's seventh volume of Applications of NMR Spectroscopy, published by Bentham Science Publishers covers NMR methods in proteomics and metabolomics, and nucleic acid biochemistry.
'Restriction Enzymes: A History', published by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press and written by Wil Loenen is the first full-length history of these invaluable tools, from their recognition in the 1950s to the flowering of their development in the 1970s and 1980s to their ubiquitous availability today. Loenen has worked with restriction enzymes throughout her career as a research scientist and came to know many of the leaders in this field personally and professionally.
The fourth volume of the series continues to bring forth informative volumes on the multidisciplinary aspects of the clinical treatment of HIV.
The latest volume of Frontiers in Clinical Drug Research -- Alzheimer Disorders, published by Bentham Science Publishers covers interesting developments in the therapy of Alzheimer's disease.
A look at the past may help ordinary people improve civility, according to Kansas State University's Timothy J. Shaffer, co-editor/author of the book, 'A Crisis of Civility?: Political Discourse and Its Discontents' from Routledge.
Professor Mats E. Eriksson of Lund University in Sweden is now publishing his second book in the somewhat unusual subject combination of geological fossils and heavy metal music.
The fourth volume of the series continues to bring forth informative volumes on the multi-disciplinary aspects of the clinical treatment of HIV.